Why you should choose seasonal blooms for your autumn wedding – in support of British Flowers Week 2015
Choose seasonal blooms for your autumn wedding
In the UK we are pretty lucky to have such defined seasons, and when it comes to weddings I think it means your quite spoilt – it also makes it harder to choose which time of year you want to get married in!
This week we are supporting our many flower farmer florist friends across the country for British Flowers Week, and the best thing I think I can do is just inspire you with what’s available throughout our different seasons (here’s our posts on winter, spring and summer flowers).
The autumn months – September, October, November – still offer an incredible selection of British grown blooms and foliage (as you will see below), and so shouldn’t always be overlooked in favour of summer.
Do remember that there are variations year-to-year and across the country. Here’s to being inspired for an autumn wedding…
Cosmos, rosehips and blackberries
Zinnias, snapdragons and grasses
Leaves, scabious and cosmos
Delphiniums, ammi and verbena
Dahlias, ammi and ivy
Japanese anemone, flowering mint and roses
Amaranthus, dahlias and scabious
Echinacea, acorns and rosehips
Chocolate cosmos, grasses and dusty miller
Crab apples, autumn leaves and Chinese lantern
Poppies, dahlias and lavender
Feverfew, cosmos and lamb’s ear
Mixed grasses, dahlias and golden amaranthus
Delphiniums, scabious and eryngium thistle
Elderberries, roses and dahlias
Hydrangea, berries and old man’s beard
Seasonal blooms for weddings all year round
Be sure to check out the other posts in this series:
Plus our round up post here Why you should choose seasonal wedding flowers.
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