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Autumn Wedding Trends 2014

Sadly summer is nearly over but happily that means your autumnal wedding is just around the corner. Do you have it all planned out? If you haven’t yet, here is a round-up of some of the best autumn wedding trends for 2014.

Two Piece Wedding Dresses

Stay perfectly on-trend this autumn with a two piece wedding dress – and no we don’t mean a corset and skirt. Crop tops are not only for teenagers during the summer. In fact, they’ve made their way into wedding outfits by many designers.And you don’t have to worry about being a little chilly as the temperature drops. You can wear a crop with long sleeves! Although a little midriff shows, these dresses are much more modest than some plunging gowns. And they’re also amazing if you are planning on getting married abroad.

Say no to squeezing into a tight dress that may look fabulous, but is extremely uncomfortable, and continue this bohemian look with a loose and romantic skirt in an airy, light silk. You won’t regret it.

And you don’t have to worry about being a little chilly as the temperature drops. You can wear a crop with long sleeves! Although a little midriff shows, these dresses are much more modest than some plunging gowns. And they’re also amazing if you are planning on getting married abroad.

Say no to squeezing into a tight dress that may look fabulous, but is extremely uncomfortable, and continue this bohemian look with a loose and romantic skirt in an airy, light silk. You won’t regret it.

Headbands

Tiaras and bling are out, and flower garlands are slowly going the same way too (they’re better in spring), instead opt for a stylish headband. This is a great way of picking out the shades of your colour scheme and will keep your hair looking sleek and styled for those all-important wedding photos.

Metallics

Do you want to add a light sparkle to your big day, but not a fan of jewels? Then why not opt for some metallic elements? You could add a metallic belt to your dress, metallic ribbon to a bouquet or for the guys a metallic pocket square.

Blooming Big Flowers

Big bloom flowers are set to be a big trend this autumn, so go bold with peonies, dahlias and hydrangeas. Stay away from wispy, loose arrangements and opt for clean lines instead. A little tip: Deep, block colours work especially well on these large flowers.

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Organic Food Straight From the Farm

Make the most of the food that is in season and grown locally, when creating a wedding reception menu. Not only will these foods be fresh, but they’ll taste great too. Many people are even opting to make displays with these goods to add a wow factor.Combined with a craft beer or hard cider, this wholesome food is sure to go down well amongst your guests.And for something a little different, why not provide an alternative to, or completely sidestep the classic cake altogether, and have a 3 tiered cheese display adorned with grapes? You could even add a few chocolate leaves for a sweet element.

And for something a little different, why not provide an alternative to, or completely sidestep the classic cake altogether, and have a 3 tiered cheese display adorned with grapes? You could even add a few chocolate leaves for a sweet element.

Combined with a craft beer or hard cider, this wholesome food is sure to go down well amongst your guests.And for something a little different, why not provide an alternative to, or completely sidestep the classic cake altogether, and have a 3 tiered cheese display adorned with grapes? You could even add a few chocolate leaves for a sweet element.

And for something a little different, why not provide an alternative to, or completely sidestep the classic cake altogether, and have a 3 tiered cheese display adorned with grapes? You could even add a few chocolate leaves for a sweet element.

Trending Colours

The trendy colours for autumn are much more muted than the bright and bold colours of Summer but at the same time richer than the dusky pastels of spring. These are our top 6: purple orchid, earth green, silver grey, night sky navy, muted mauve and precious gold.

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Braided Brides

Say bye bye to the classic updo and tussled curls, and bring your wedding hairstyle right up to date with a classic French braid or plait. This style will add texture and interest without being too messy.

Some even see these plaits as symbolic of the love that entwines you and your fiancé – but we just think they look great!

So braid your hair and wear a headband, carry large flowers with metallic ribbon, pop on a two piece, eat great farm food and of course wear stunning platinum wedding rings, to be bang-on-trend this autumn 2014.