5 trends for your Autumn wedding

Gone are the days of the traditional May - September wedding season. Couples are choosing to get married all year round with Autumn proving to be a popular choice for couples who want to make the most of the beautiful Autumnal scenery and colours.

So if you're planning to get married in the Autumn then what trends should you be on the look out for .

1. The Colours

Nature provides the perfect palette for your Autumn wedding from burnt Oranges to deep greens. The colours work beautifully together. Make use of seasonal flowers and accessories, paint Mason jars in neutral colours and add flowers for beautiful centrepieces.

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2. Mix up textures

Mix up textures from the transitioning seasons to create depth to your wedding look. Deep velvets create warmth. Mix with silks and other softer fabrics if you dare, and contrast the colours - the final look will be stunning.

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3. The Lighting

Take advantage of the earlier sunset and add candle lit lighting to your venue to really up the romance factor. Make use of the the venue trees to hang lanterns or add candles in vases to a stairwell to make a stunning entrance for you and your guests.

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4. Say it from the start

Start your loved ones wedding journey with your invitations. Highlight Autumn accents using dried flowers, lavender herbs and fruits. Add rustic stamps of leaves or pine cones to decorate your packaging.

4. Autumn up the Grooms look

Colder weather calls for an update to your wedding style. Think deeper tones, heavier fabrics and layering. Don't reach for the standard navy suit, use what the season gives you to go for something a little more unique and we're sure you won't regret it!

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So there you have all the trends you need to make your Autumn wedding unforgettable but let's not really forget that all you ACTUALLY needs are a couple in love, a few friends and family and a wish for a lifetime of happiness.

Bye for now. 
Karen xx