Autumn Wedding Flowers
If you haven’t decided on your Autumn wedding flowers colour theme yet then why not look to the season for inspiration by choosing rich, luxurious colors. There are the classic well loved Autumn colours of orange, gold, cream and rich reds or alternatively consider deep dramatic colors such as aubergine, burgundy, chocolate browns and forest greens.
Design Ideas for Autumn Wedding Flowers
One way of adding texture to your bridal bouquet and flower arrangements is to include berries, fruits and foliage – the natural bounty of Autumn! Hypericum berries are available in a wide range of colors including red, orange and brown, but there are also white, yellow, green and pastel-coloured berries. Rose hips and viburnum are another option they look gorgeous mixed with roses and hydrangea in a hand-tied bridal bouquet.
Herbs and foliage are a lovely addition to your wedding flowers and wedding bouquet. We love the idea of a hand-tied bridal bouquet using scented garden roses complemented with mint, rosemary, Rose Hips, Eucalyptus and sages for wedding flowers with a just picked from your garden feel. Feathers and ornamental leaves such as oak leaves are another way of adding additional interest to your bouquet.
There is a fabulous selection of Autumn flowers available in addition to the many other wedding flowers such as roses, calla lily, freesias, gerbera daisies and orchids which are available all year round. Why not be inspired by the seasonal countryside during the months of September, October and November.
Autumn Wedding Bouquet Ideas
Vanda Orchids in this fabulous cascade autumn bridal bouquet add glamour and elegance. Dramatic yet still feminine and delicate this bouquet would add sophistication to any autumn wedding. Softness is added by the trailing foliage of the Passion flower with Begonia leaves and Hydrangea blooms at the top of the bouquet creating interest and adding balance to the overall effect. Design by Jane Packer
Abundant Autumn :
Scented and sensual this fabulous autumn bouquet combines the most beautiful fragrant garden roses with herbs and foliage. Scented garden roses are complemented with Mint, Rosemary, Cotinus, Ivy, Senecio, Rubus, Rose Hips, Eucalyptus, Sages and Scented Geranium. Pretty rose buds add an extra delicate feminine touch to the overall effect. Picture © The Real Flowers Company specialise in wedding and events.
Flower and foliage choices featuring rich, warm colours and interesting textures are a good starting point when choosing autumn flowers for weddings. For bold seasonal flowers to tie in with your Autumn theme try the unusual combination of hot orange pumpkin, intense orange sunflowers and deep red Dahlia – this design would create a real talking point for your tables! A stunning combination of hot vibrant seasonal colour featuring Dahlias, Mexican sunflower, Sedum, Euphorbia and Skimmia. Catkin Flowers are passionate about natural seasonal flowers and about producing flowers in a sustainable way in their own cutting garden.
Awesome Autumn Flowers
|The Dahlia comes in a wide variety of forms from the simple and daisy-like to round ball pompons and through to the spidery. Colours include hot vibrant colours, pinks, lilacs and purple as well as bi-coloured and variegated. Their main season is June through to October. Dahlia World describes the incredible choice of varieties and colours on offer||Sunflowers are mostly bright yellow with dark brown centres but you can also find other colours such as orange or maroon. Availability generally runs from summer through to late autumn with some varieties available nearly all year round. Sunflowers would be excellent for creating a really bold style statement.|
|The Hypericum berries are available all year round and come in a variety of colours including cream, green, red, orange and brown. Their flowers are golden flowers rather like large buttercups. The berries are perfect for accenting the space between flowers and add extra interest and texture. Really good for Autumn wedding flowers, bouquets, centerpices and wedding buttonholes as they convey a seasonal touch.||The British Grown Nerine season is August through to October but they are available all year round from overseas growers. The nerine is a pretty exotic looking flower with slender petals furled like gift ribbons. They often come in hot pink or pale pink but are also available in pure white. Nerine are perfect for adding an exotic touch to bouquets or table arrangements.|
Seasonal Wedding Flower Ideas for Autumn
The Dahlia comes in a wide variety of forms from the simple and daisy-like to round ball pompons and through to the spidery. Colours include hot vibrant colours, pinks, lilacs and purple as well as many fall tones such as bordeaux red, burgundy and orange and fiery orange and red. Their main season is June through to early Autumn.
Sunflowers are bright, cheerful flowers, perfect to create a really bold style statement at an informal Autumn wedding. Sunflowers are most often bright yellow with dark brown centers but there are also other colours such as orange and golden yellows to deep reddish browns.
Hydrangea are available in many colours including blue, white and pink as well as fall colors. Hydrangea are fabulously versatile flowers for a wedding as they can be used in bouquets and centrepieces. Hydrangeas mix beautifully with every type of flower roses, gerberas and all sorts of grasses are especially lovely.
Chrysanthemum are very good value long lasting flowers that are available in a wide variety of colours, shapes and sizes. They’re often thought of as a filler flower and have been slightly out of fashion for bridal bouquets but there are some varieties that are really worth considering for their impact such as the dramatic shamrock chrysanthemum.
Seasonal flowers are great for keeping your wedding flowers budget under control too! :
Amaranthus, Arum Lily, Astrantia, Cleomes, Cosmos, Dahlia, Dendrobium Orchid, Gladioli, Helenium, Hydrangea, Hypericum, Narcissus, Nicotiana, Rudbeckias, Scabious, Sedum, Snapdragons, Sunflower, Tulip, Zantedeschia, Zinnia .