Autumn is officially underway, so it’s time to start thinking about gorgeous wedding flowers the highlight the season.


With tons of vibrant colours and autumnal blooms, it is easy to get inspired for your wedding.

Although an autumn wedding feels practically synonymous with a rustic-unstructured session, that is not always the case. Brides-to-be can host an elegant affair without compromising their style. The key to making your bridal flowers feel seasonal without going overboard is to pick flowers based on their rich, earthy colour or based on varieties i.e. mums, astilbe, aster.

To help to create your own version of a seasonal wedding, we have pulled together a selection of our favourite seasonal arrangements for this week’s What’s in My Bouquet’ feature! You’re bound to find the most beautiful bouquet to accompany you down the aisle!

Photo: @rebeccaaveryflowers

A rustic bouquet comprised of wild look roses, chrysanthemum blooms (pip salmon), silvery eryngium thistles and loose eucalyptyus leaves created by Rebecca Avery.

Photo: Fern Godfrey via Rock My Wedding

Willow & Wolf‘s Florist created this bouquet made from seasonal flowers and foliage in autumnal soft pinks and plum colours. Flowers included garden roses and dahlias with a mixture of foliage, berries and fruits.

Photo: @kylejonphotography

A loose, natural bouquet made of white dahlias, ivory roses, and trailing greenery, created by Kelly Lenard.

Photo: Maryanne Weddings via Rock My Wedding

An organic, loose bouquet comprised of roses, lisianthus, vibernum berries, chocolate cosmos and dahlias in a variety of colours from ivory through to blackberry and oxblood created by Laura at The Pink Peony.

Photo: Oobalaloos Wedding Photography via Rock My Wedding

A bouquet comprised of combination of luxurious and varied textured blooms with a rich, bold colour palette. // Florist Flower Style Co and Daisy Says I Do

Photo: Bloom Weddings via Whimiscal Wonderland Weddings

This show-stopping extravagant bouquet, locally grown was created by Frances and Rose. It is comprised of wild flowers, delicate dahlia’s and autumnal rose hips.

Photo: White Stag Wedding Photography via Whimiscal Wonderland Weddings

This arty pair opted for lots of lights, warmth and fun, just like the party at the end of Footloose. Willow & Thyme created a bold bouquet with rich, autumnal shades. A combination of Amaranthus Hot Biscuits, orange and red dahlias, Allium Bullit, rose hips, scabious stellata, roses and astilbe paul gaarder.

Photo: Claire Penn via Rock My Wedding

This oversized bouquet captures the essence of Autumn, using a neutral, dark and berry colour palette with a combination of dahlias, roses, pheasant feathers and foliage. // Florist: Juliet Glaves

Photo: Three Flowers Photography via Love My Dress

A bold bouquet capturing the earthy, warmth of autumn using aubergine calla lilies, different foliages and textures to create this truly memerising appearance. // Florist Silverwood Nurseries.

Photo: Big Fish Photography

With autumn, it not only brings warm, fall colours, but differing flower varieties. This bouquet is comprised of luscious corals, pastel blues, berried hypericum with eryngium thistles. Florist // Triangle Nursery Ltd

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This lavish bouquet is comprised on lilac and pale peach roses, astrantia, hypericum berries, lisianthus, eryngium sirius and white veronica. // Florist: Vanilla Rose

Photo: Kathryn Hopkins Photography

A bouquet inspired by the location, colour palette, the movement and delicacy. Using a combination of vibrant yellow dahlias, carnations, waxflower and seasonal foliage. // Florist Rebecca Avery Flowers

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Photo: Triangle Nursery Ltd

A bouquet based on a childhood nursery rhyme – it captures the rich, warm colour palette of autumn using a combination of cappuccino roses, mauve astrantia and refreshing hellebores winterbells. // Florist: Triangle Nursery Ltd

After creating this blog, it really is a joy to be able to experience each and ever season change in England. One of my absolute favourites being Autumn – using the surroundings and weather to influence the colour palette, the warmth and shape of the arrangements. Thank you for reading our blog today, and I do hope it provides you with inspiration for your wedding or event this or next autumn.

For more inspiration, read our blogs, visit our website or contact us to speak to our experts on 01394 385 832.


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