Cosy up underneath your fave knitted blanked, stoke up the fire and pour yourself a warm beverage whilst you browse these inspirational images today.
These autumn wedding ideas are so unique and oh so whimsical. Perfect for these colour filled pages then right? YES.
Once you clap your eyes on the dreamy seasonal large bouquet and exquisite floral burgundy stationery you’ll be booking up your autumn wedding date. Not to mention the ethereal bridal look rocked by model Lili, hello plaits and berry lips. The perfect calligraphy and quirky antique trinkets really bring together the flower adorned table scape, it looks amazing.
Thanks so much to Story Wedding Photography for showcasing these incredible shots with us.
“Wild Opulence is an autumn themed styled shoot, featuring gem coloured florals, taxidermy and an ethereal bride.
In contrast to the girlishness of summer’s pinks and pastels we wanted to create a darker, moodier shoot to reflect the changing seasons. In the grand setting of Belair House – a Georgian mansion in Dulwich, Jennifer of Jennifer Pinder flowers and stylist Jade of On A Day Like This got together to concoct a rich elaborate banqueting table fit for Royalty.
Aged urns spilled with seasonal chocolate cosmos, snapdragons, zinnia, and clematis – some foraged from Jennifer’s own garden. Stuffed birds sat alongside tall candlesticks, quails eggs and berries. Engraved glasses, trinkets and decorative cutlery from Chic et Tralala gave an eclectic and unique feel – all on a bed of bold blue silk by Pom Pom Blossom.
Above the top table hung a hand scribed romantic message in a Gothic frame by calligrapher Kayleigh Tarrant, who also created names places with a personal touch.
An elegant marbled 3 tiered wedding cake courtesy of Sugared Saffron sat in a bed of foliage complete with little white mouse!
Floral stationery by Emily and Jo complimented all the autumnal hues, and old fashioned feel.
In contrast to the organic intensity of our table setting, we chose braids and an understated elegant silk gown from Rock the Frock for our model Lili. Her flame red hair and alabaster skin something of pre-Raphaelite goddess, enhanced by the smoky autumnal hues used by make up artist Laura Naiah.”