How To Pick Flowers For Autumn Weddings

Summer is the busiest season for weddings, with photographers, caterers and venue staff running in circles to create the most magical day possible for brides and grooms while the sun is shining and the weather is pleasant. However, more and more people are opting for autumn weddings, so if you fall into this camp, here are some tips on how to choose some beautiful flowers for your post-summer nuptials. 

There are many advantages of hosting your special day in autumn, according to Wedding Ideas Mag. Firstly, you won’t have to wait as long to get the venue of your dreams and you can guarantee most of your guest list will turn up, as inevitably, hotels and people are less booked up outside of the summer months. 

You also don’t have to worry too much about the weather, as conditions in the UK can be unpredictable, no matter what month you choose. So, forget stressing about glorious sunshine and bright blue skies, and you might just be pleasantly surprised with what you get on the day. 

The colours of autumn can be stunning too, which is how you end up with some of the most exquisite bouquets. 

Vogue looked at weddings of various couples who tied the knot in the fall, highlighting the stunning flowers they chose for their big day. These included Japanese maple, thistles, white ranunculin, foxglove, forget-me-nots, bamboo branches, pampas grass, dahlias, calla lilies, gladiolus, and snapdragons. 

Roses remain a popular choice, no matter what season the wedding is in, but brides might want to opt for ones in peach, burnt orange or golden mustard colours. 

If you’re arranging an autumn wedding, make sure you hire a photo booth in the UK as soon as possible.