With its golden light and dusky evenings, autumn can provide a stunning backdrop to your big day! Autumn begins in late September and end towards the middle of December.
The choice of autumn wedding flowers available to you is sprawling (from ranunculus, hydrangea, and solidaster, to calla lilies, brassicas, and anemones) let alone the wealth of hues and colours that you have to pick from: vibrant jewels, fiery oranges, blood reds, dusky pinks, the clearest and brightest of whites – a little something for everyone!
Our talented wedding florists and designers have hundreds of ideas for autumn bridal bouquet designs.
Wedding flower stylist Todich Floral Design aims to coordinate the bridal bouquet with all of the other autumn wedding flowers on the wedding day. Whether this will be incorporating a certain colour theme or a flower aspect, we work with our brides to ensure every design is perfect for her wedding day.
For wedding buttonholes and wedding corsages we recommend little bundles of herbs such as thyme, mint and sage. Alternatively a mini succulent arranged with scented rosemary would work wonders for an autumn themed wedding. If you wish to add some colour to your buttonhole then our florist’s recommend including sprigs of lavender and heather for an English country garden look.
For autumnal table centres we advise mixing cream roses, alchemilla and snow berries with romantic swaths of mint and fresh greenery in a round posy design. If you are looking for cost effective table centres then we suggest calla lilies and still grass swirled around the inside of glass fishbowl vases.
We love the idea of blush anemones being centre stage in a wedding reception flower design, the pink petals are accentuated by ranunculus heads which come in varying hues of pinks and purples. Long soft swags of eucalyptus and myrtus can be interspersed with amaranthus and big blowsy dahlias.
For scented flower table centres, Memory lane roses, ornamental cabbages, blackberries and trailing jasmine would smell fantastic at any autumn wedding. Clooney ranunculus and mini calla lilies (which both come in a lovely selection of colours) would look great together in a floral table centre, the flowers create a really interesting juxtaposition; domes of hydrangea in their fading hues are the epitome of romance, especially accented with herbs and lavender, and little flickering tea lights.
Garlands are a fantastic inexpensive way of decorating a wedding venue, fresh ivy draped around bannisters; staircases or a door frame can make a great impact for any wedding reception. If you have dark corner that need a little more light, then we advice simple tea light candles to give that extra warmth to the venue on your wedding day.
If you are having your ceremony in a church, little bunches of berries lend themselves very well to pew ends, and they’d look beautiful with little heads of freesia dotted throughout. If you are after some height for your alter displays, then choose wedding flowers in London such as delphinium, gladiolus, liatris, and lysimachia. The autumn season welcomes stunning blooms such as asparagus, pistachia, and limonium which adds soft clouds of texture throughout a wedding flower display.
A way to bring the ephemeral nature of this particular season in, whether you’re getting married in a hotel, restaurant, marque, is by using bird cages filled with wild tangles of berries, flowers, foliage, and surrounded by candles; can you imagine anything more beautiful? We bet that your guests can’t!
We are a wedding and events London florist based in the heart of Camberwell, established for over 17 years; we have a spectacular portfolio of floral designs on our online gallery page which show our beautiful wedding flowers in London.
If you are getting married and wish to contact us for a personal consultation, then please do not hesitate to give us a call on 0207771166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org