Seasonal weddings call for seasonal decorations, and many brides like to opt for autumnal flowers in their wedding bouquet – but which flowers should you choose for a September, October or November wedding? Here are a few ideas to start your floral preparations:
Think of autumn and you most likely think of oranges, yellows, reds and golds. Many florists will be able to tailor your flower arrangements to your colour preferences. The great thing about autumnal shades and hues is that that they are all warm colours, so they will perfectly complement your complexion if you have a warm skin tone.
Types of flowers
You might not think that the cooler climate of autumn lends itself very well to flower growth, but there are a surprising number of beautiful flowers that are hardy enough to withstand a drop in temperature. Crocuses, Cyclamen and Winter Aconite are three such flowers, and would look stunning in a bouquet or table arrangement.
You might like to think about incorporating some autumnal leaves into your autumn wedding decor. On Springbank Flowers’ website, for example, there are some beautiful gallery examples of wedding flowers that include green leafy sprigs and delicate trailing vines, so you could have a look online for inspiration.
As Delamere Manor is one of the top Northwich wedding venues, our wedding planning team is happy to help with all your preparations when you book your special day with us. We’re taking bookings for 2021, so give us a call today.