Autumnal Colours

A Thing Of Such Beauty

Autumnal Colours

Pine Cone Bouquets

Autumn, Fall or whatever you choose to call it, is a spectacular season! Autumn begins on the first of September and continues right up until the end of November. During this season the weather starts to get cooler and the leaves start to fall off the trees . There are less flowers, BUT the foliage becomes a thing of such beauty. The most amazing shades of red, yellow, purple, and brown will catch your eye during the Fall.

Autumn is a wonderful time for a wedding! Autumnal colours are so striking and the season can be the perfect time to complement a rustic theme. There is so much scope for this season and the colours aassociated with it. Purples and greens can create a fabulous pop of colour, for a dramatic effect. If dramatic colours aren’t your style, subtle gradient palettes of yellows, oranges and reds might appeal to you more.

There are some wedding points to consider when transitioning from Summer to Autumn.

No Goosebumps!

You and your bridesmaids will want to keep warm, especially when taking stunning outdoor photos or holding an outdoor ceremony. A great idea is to provide all bridesmaids with pashminas, which can easily be taken on and off . These extra accessories can also help you to expand or emphasize your Autumn colour palette.

Flowers Aren’t Everything

It doesn’t have to just be leaves and flowers either, pine cones, twigs, pumpkins, the lot… All of these can bring great texture and character to wedding decor and bouquets.

Our Favourite Autumn Colour Combos from The Perfect Palette

Autumnal Colours

Autumnal Colours

Autumnal Colours

Autumnal Colours

Which one is your favourite?

Susan O'Neill

Susan O'Neill is a Public Relations graduate from Kerry who is our Social Media Executive here at WeddingDates HQ. She loves reading, listening to old music and spends way too much time on Pinterest!

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