King Florist Of Austin Announces Fall Wedding Trend

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With the new wave of Brides every year, King Florist has seen a huge trend for lush fall brides.

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Our Brides also come to us because they know we pay attention to every last detail. And the details are what make each wedding day unique for each Bride.

King Florist, a local Austin flower shop, announced a new wedding trend in the Austin wedding industry. Blushing brides are well known to choose the spring months for their romantic nuptials, but this year, Austin brides seem to be gravitating to the fall. Benoit Ballon, the owner of King Florist said; “We have seen a huge influx of brides for the upcoming fall season, and these brides know what they want.” With the hot summer months, and unpredictable weather in the spring, Austin brides are getting savvy with booking their dates for comfort and reliability. These brides to be also want a natural feel for their wedding scheme, to coordinate with the harvest season.

King Florist is known for bringing interesting and unique product into the area, and that may be part of what is bringing brides their way. “The trending palate for fall is very texture rich. Our brides are really looking for unique items like crespedia, dianthus, rosehips, and scabiosa pods in addition to full bloomed flowers to create their dream wedding scheme.” It’s no longer a frilly and fluffy white floral dream for these well-educated brides. The King Florist team is happy to create a unique scheme for each new wedding. “Our Brides also come to us because they know we pay attention to every last detail. And the details are what make each wedding day unique for each Bride. They just need to get to us soon, we are almost fully booked!”

King Florist is a local flower shop in Austin, TX. Proudly serving clients since 1927. Their focus is premium floral product from all over the world, quality design from a world-class design team and stellar customer service to each and every client.

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