1. Copper highlights

Be inspired by the warm landscapes this autumn and inject a crisp metal as a standout feature in your bouquet.

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2. Straw tones

Beautiful in its simplicity, straw evokes open landscapes and bygone eras. Perfect for a vintage, or bohemian inspired do, the texture here will mirror earth’s mood.

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3. Structured silhouettes

Autumn and spring usually call for a certain looseness in style, but, this season, go against the tide and ask your florist for clipped lines which trail your figure.

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4. Lavender highlights

Lavender – both as a colour and as a herb – is suited for all times of the year. And, even if you’re not able to insert some in your bouquet then add a flourish to your blossoms with some ribbon.

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5. Crisp leaves

Reflecting the tactile nature of straw, crisp leaves can also give some crunch to your bouquet – not that you’ll be tasting this of course!

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6. Jewel tones

The run up to Christmas encourages glamour to be injected into every aspect of your Big Day. Don’t miss out – select purple, burgundy and jade to add some verve to the proceedings.

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7. Go for pale

But, if that’s not your style, autumn also brings a breath of fresh air; opting for cooler tones is permitted (contrary to popular opinion) – just add some variety to set them off from your gown.

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