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Autumn Wedding Flowers

Types of Autumn Wedding Flowers

There are colours a plenty in this glorious season of glowing gold’s, shimmering oranges, dark chocolate browns, hunter green and rich burgundy reds along with spices and mulled wine and the smell of bonfires with roasted chestnuts all add to the wonderful magical time of an Autumn wedding.
More colours of rust red, deep red, navy blue, eggplant purple, pewter, silver, pale yellow, pumpkin orange as well as white, ivory, champagne and beige mixed with twigs and berries can be used for a truly magical harvest type display.
Getting married in autumn with the glorious burst of colours in the trees, the crisp crunch of dried leaves underfoot, the nip in the air and the abundance of choices you have with this season being one of the most dramatic symbols of endings and beginnings autumn stands for.

Themed Wedding Flowers

Gerbera daisies in autumn colours, Dahlias, Burgundy Roses, Sunflowers, Mimosa, Delphinium, Gladioli, Orchid and Roses are just a small selection of flowers that are on offer during this glorious season of colours.
Bride and bridesmaids bouquets can be made unique by intertwining leaves and berries as well as feathers and crystals.
Flower girls could have halos of leaves with gerbera daisies and roses and can carry baskets of dried flowers.
Delicious colours of chocolate and peach roses or burgundy and rich cream in an ivy leafed cascading bouquet with coordinating bridesmaids dresses.
Seeds, fruits, berries and grasses and twigs and ribbons can be used to contrast beautifully together with your chosen wedding flowers.

The Extra Touches

Have your wedding party throw dried autumn leaves instead of confetti or rice. A lot of churches frown on confetti being thrown while leaves are natural!
Designate a trusting person to take photographs of your wedding venue once it’s all set up and ready before you and your guests arrive.
Offer your guests on arrival a hot glass of hot punch or mulled wine.  Hot chocolate, tea and coffee is a good idea for guests who don’t drink.
Place potpourri with an apple-cinnamon aroma to make the room smell inviting.
On the table that displays your seating cards or guest book, place a basket of dried flowers with cinnamon sticks and crab apples or tiny pumpkins.

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