A woodland bridal bouquet for autumn

Seasonal flowers and foliage on your wedding day
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If there is a moment where it's practically required of you to put on a show, it's your wedding day. For brides who are planning their ceremony in the autumn, this seasonal bouquet idea should do the trick. There's a big helping of autumn colour, a dollop of nature's best foliage and a pinch of drama to make sure all eyes are on you.

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A bouquet that tells a story

Claret red, plus shades of bronze, brown, green and pink all fit perfectly with the colour palette of an autumn wedding. Bring a bit of the wild woods to the ceremony with fern and oak branches, to promise one another both lasting fidelity and romantic forest adventures in the autumn countryside. Plus, let the bouquet tell the story of your love, by including the stems of your favourite plants and leaves from your garden or found in the place where you first met.

You will need these flowers:

Tie with a ribbon

Arrange the bouquet fairly loosely. Just like nature, it cannot be tamed. Tie the stems together with a beautiful long velvet ribbon in a warm shade of bronze.

For even more seasonal wedding inspiration, read about the dahlia wedding and take a look at our weddings Pinterest board.

Photo: Matt Horan Photography