Your Surrey Wedding - December 2022/January 2023 (Issue 98)

“This season has to be my absolute favourite. The variety of petal formations and colours of the dahlias and chrysanthemums means there’s something for everyone. Amaranthus gives a lovely trailing movement to bouquets and arrangements, and sunflowers bring a smile to everyone’s faces.” – Paula from Floral Alchemy. CONTACT THE EXPERTS Floral Alchemy, Hannah Martin Flowers, Chair Cover Dreams, www.sophiecollinsphotography. Getty Images “Autumn is all about texture and wonderful foliage. The colours also change to reflect the rich, warming feeling at this time of year so think coppers, burnt oranges, rusts and deep burgundy with touches of gold or bronze.” – Hannah from Hannah Martin Flowers. and Getty Images Autumn “If you’re planning an autumn wedding, we encourage you to embrace seasonal blooms, foliage and berries. The colours become more vibrant and warmer, giving us an awe-inspiring colour palette to choose from that’s lush, rich and diverse. While it’s now possible to buy almost any variety of flowers at any time of the year, most florists will work with the seasons.” – Maxine from Chair Cover Dreams. 59 FLOWERS