Autumn Wedding Inspiration for 2021

Oct 31, 2020

Are you planning your autumn wedding and looking for style inspiration? Autumn weddings bring a host of beautiful, rich colour palettes jam packed full of texture but with so much choice it can be difficult to know where to begin so we’re here to help you!

Rust and Peach Wedding Styling

What an amazing colour palette for an autumn wedding! These rich deep tones create an inviting hue for the cooler season and clients are loving this wedding trend for 2021 and 2022. Layer with a lighter base tone such as peach or dusky pink which will add definition and lift the colours. Intersperse textured foliage and greenery for a woodland vibe.

Looking to add a little glam to your styling? Add copper metal accessories in a shiny finish so that your candlelight will reflect and enhance!

Dried Flowers and Pampas Grass

To create a more bohemian feel replace the foliage and introduce earthier, more neutral tones created with a mix of dried flowers and grasses such as the stunning pampas grass, bunny tails or wheat sheaves. Also seen in contemporary home interiors, dried flowers are a sustainable and eco-friendly option and this particular look works really well for autumn weddings.

Brown and Amber Glassware

Also tipped to be a popular wedding trend for 2021 and 2022 is the use of brown and amber glassware. There are lots of beautiful apothecary jars, vases and candle holders available on the market and they’re a great way to add definition to your table decor. A very modern and minimalist accessory, brown and amber glassware lends itself to the autumn season incredibly well and teamed with floral pops of burnt orange and peach, creates a striking contrast that instantly injects warmth to your styling.

Looking for a more neutral feel? Consider using brown and amber glassware with a neutral base layer of stone or wheat tones and lift with white accessories and pampas grass.

Textured Bridal Bouquets

These bridal bouquets are all about the mixed foliage and use of seasonal blooms – truly capture the spirit of the season with pops of colour against a backdrop of greenery and dried grasses. Unstructured, loose bouquets give a more informal and relaxed feel for your wedding day. Forget the bouquet toss, this is one bouquet you’re going to want to hold onto!


Venue – Moxhull Hall @moxhullhall
Photographer – Amy Rose Photography @amyrosedeffley
Florals – Willow and Wild @willowandwildfloralevents
Styling – Ambience Venue Styling Coventry @ambiencecoventry
Planning and Concept – Wellies and Wifi @welliesandwifi
Bridalwear – Tilly Trotters Bridal @tillytrotterbrides
Menswear – Dandy Threads @dandythreads
Cake – Ben the Cake Man @benthecakeman
Stationery – Lucy McSpirit @lucymcspiritdesign
Make Up – Allison Tye Make Up @allisontymakeup
Hair – Natalie Bishop Hair @natalie_bishop_hair
Videographer – Roo Films @roofilms
Models – Kevin and Kerry @nailsbykerrymyl

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