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Hello new season. Autumn is here!

Hello New Season. Autumn Is Here!

It’s official, Autumn has begun. The 21st of September marks the start of the autumn season. With this new season starting, it means a lot of other colours and flower bouquets or arrangements will be on-trend. What are the trends for this Autumn season? We want to share some of them with you!

Colours for Autumn

Autumn is mostly known for it being darker and that the leaves are starting to change color and eventually fall of the trees. There are a couple of warm toned flowers that you should definitely have in your flower shop to create that ultimate Autumn feeling:

  • Dark red: An obvious but also very beautiful colour for Autumn is of course dark red. Deep dark red flowers always grab the full attention.
  • Burned orange: To bring a big of sunshine to a bouquet or arrangement, you can never go wrong with a burned orange coloured flower. This is a warm tone looks good with any of the other colours for Autumn and adds that pop of colour as well.
  • Black: It might seem a bit extreme but black flowers can also be fully displayed during this season. Not many people like black flowers because they look so intense but black can also be beautiful. Especially in combination with other coloured flowers.
  • Beige: In combination with the darker colours, there should also be a colour added to lighten up the bouquet or arrangement. A beige flower will definitely do.

Bouquets & flower arrangements

With the mentioned colours you are able to create the most beautiful Autumn bouquets or arrangements. A big trend for this Autumn is to have over the top bouquets with lots of different flowers. Big or small, it doesn’t matter. It should really be a crazy bunch, but it will look good at the same time, especially when using dark red, burned orange, black and beige flowers.

Autumn flowers for your flowershop from Finnflor

At Finnflor we are completely ready for this new season with tons of new autumn flowers in our webshop. If you want to know more about typical autumn flowers or have any other questions, please contact us. We would love to help you.

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