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Jewel Tones

Jewel Tones

A fresh new palette for autumn weddings.

The classic “harvest” approach is made even more appealing and modern with bolder, richer and deeper colors that are both dramatic and inviting. Autumn is full of jewel tones and layers of texture from berries, dried seed-heads and autumn foliage. There is no other time of the year when browns become more beautiful and you can confidently mix reds with lilacs and oranges in a carnival of colors.

On paper, the deep red of the garden rose ‘Tess’ (Ausyacht) alongside burnt-orange sunflowers and lilac-hued Scabiosa would not be thought of as perfect partners, and, yet, they play so gracefully together. The floral combination adds a surprising relaxed and homey vibe—the perfect styling for a barn or ranch wedding, overflowing with rustic charm.

Nature’s seasons bring so much inspiration, beauty and excitement to floral styling, and we hope brides of the future consider every season in equal measure so that we can all spread the joy of these occasions throughout the year.

Your invitation to watch “An English Country Wedding” awaits at vimeo.com/364738426.

David Austin Wedding Roses are available throughout the year, including the fall and winter months. For more inspiration, visit @davidaustinweddingroses and davidaustin.com.

Dressed for the Ball

A dark palette creates glamour and opulence for a winter wedding.

The ultimate finale to the year—a Christmas wedding—where glamour and opulence can spill out in every direction to celebrate both the season and the love between two people. Not simply a traditional red story, this is one of dark and opulentinky blacks and slate grays, plush velvety fabrics, and shimmering golds and other metallics.

A stage set for a dramatic production as guests arrive on the staircase of roses is led by the regal red garden rose ‘Tess’ (Ausyacht), with ‘Capability’ (Ausapply) adding the pop of fuchsia pink.

From the entrance, the colors move from the dramatic through to softer romantic pink hues of ‘Constance’ (Austruss) for the table centerpieces. Gray accents mirror the bridal gown and add the finishing touches to a sophisticated winter wedding.

Nature’s seasons bring so much inspiration, beauty and excitement to floral styling, and we hope brides of the future consider every season in equal measure so that we can all spread the joy of these occasions throughout the year.

Your invitation to watch “An English Country Wedding” awaits at vimeo.com/364738426.

David Austin Wedding Roses are available throughout the year, including the fall and winter months. For more inspiration, visit @davidaustinweddingroses and davidaustin.com.

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