Autumn and winter wedding flowers

Updated: Sep 3, 2019

As summer draws to a close there will still be couples getting married this November and December out there who have not booked their florists If this is you, keep reading for perfect palettes, the best seasonal blooms and some fab styles to help inspire you. If you're getting married this autumn or winter and live in London, get in touch with Floral Jems for a free telephone consultation and no obligation quote.


1. Burgundy/blush/peach/olive/slate


This palette is perfect for the autumn and provides a sumptuous and luxury look. You could add berries such as hypericum or even blackberries and add velvet ribbon to add even more class.


2. Burgundy/white/apricot/forest/silver


This classic winter palette is gorgeous for a Christmas time wedding. I added some apricot coloured hypericum berries to add some warmth. Mason jars filled with warm led fairy lights surrounded by foliage, pine cones and berries make lovely little winterscape centrepieces and these flower girls wands are a great idea for little hands and make a wonderful keepsake of the day. Brass and copper vases and pots work perfectly with this palette too.



3. White/blue slate/gray


Using plenty of thistle, eucalyptus, berries and gorgeous big open roses and fragrant

wax flower, I created a classic look but in a more modern wild style. Perfect for a winter wedding in London.


4. Day of the Dead


The colourful Mexican festival has been on trend in wedding flowers for a number of years now. A perfect choice for unconventional couples who want to stand out and be remembered. There are no rules in terms of what flowers you can use or colours but the brighter and bigger the better.