Adding Lavender to Your Autumn Bouquets

The wedding season primarily takes place between the late spring and the end of the summer. While these dates are perfect for then jetting off for a summer honeymoon and there is a better chance of good weather on the day, it also means that venues book up very quickly and far in advance. You can also buy 'dried lavender' (also known as 'gedroogde lavendel' in the Dutch language) online.

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Lavender calms the nerves and de-stresses somewhat according to many therefore having the bride, who is possibly nervous at the very least inhale this calming aroma will certainly do no harm.

Lavender plays a large part in many autumnal bouquets, working beautifully with a range of other colors such as greens, gold, blues, whites and creams to name a few. It is no wonder that these flowers have become so popular for weddings that take place later on in the year.

Adding lavender to your autumn bouquets couldn't be easier as these fragrant bunches are easily dried at home. Simply hang cut bunches from the ceiling in a warm dry place to dry out and let the florist or your own floral arranger does their magic.

An autumn wedding floral arrangement that includes lavender may be extremely rustic or plush and luxurious, whichever one suits the bride and groom best is easy to arrange. As a firm favorite to many people, it is no wonder that lavender is quickly becoming one of the most commonly used flowers in autumn wedding bouquets, table arrangements and it's even being used as environmentally friendly confetti.