1. Hair accessories: I love using natural foliage where possible and this idea of using autumnal leaves I think is really pretty and different. You could add some pretty hair clips to the leaves if this idea was a bit too rustic for you.
Or if you are a bride that wants a little more detail and the natural look isn't for you then a pretty hair vine will do the trick. Either a soft peach colour or a deep berry autumnal tone will look gorgeous against a peach wedding dress.
2. Textures and Colours: My silk knit fabric on a wedding dress is something unique. It creates a lovely earthy texture, and it looks great against other silk fabrics, organza, tulle or chiffon. The button loops are knitted and also the buttons too . The style is not to everyone's taste, but if you are a fan of textiles and embroidered details then my fabrics can create one of a kind wedding dresses, especially with my bespoke service.
If you haven't got to know me already, I am a fan of colours, and I love implementing dyes or coloured fabric into my work. Autumnal shades of peach, orange, brown and reds are my favourite and I can apply these or any colour to a wedding dress.
3. Flowers. The flowers and ribbons can enhance the autumnal feel to a wedding, whether you go for the deeper shades of reds and pinks or the softer shades of peaches and ivories, just include some pretty berries too and some pretty ribbons. Or go for something different and use a pretty basket and collect some autumn leaves and berries.
Delicious cakes and so many ways to make it look autumnal. Here my three different types of inspiration for you.
5.Extra Tips and Bits.
By Wildflower-favours. I love this idea and it is so easy to do. Get everyone to help and children will love helping too.
Use autumnal leaves for a place setting.
Find fruit that have lovely green, red or orange colours.
Use gorgeous wooden bowls or baskets, when designing your table setting and beautiful linens for runners. The wood gives your Autumn Wedding some rustic charm and the linens some colour.