We’ve selected some of our favourite autumnal window displays for your inspiration
Wedding Belles of Four Oaks
To Love and Cherish Bridal
The Ivory Dressing Room
Halo & Wren Bridal
Due to the fact that Willow Bridal is a listed building and former bank, the bridal boutique is limited in size when it comes to its window display. Despite this, they did not disappoint when it came to delivering their autumnal window display.
Helen Williams added, “We installed strip up lighting that would present our display in the best light, especially during the dark autumn nights. We then hung some beautiful autumn leaves from the lights that fell beautifully around our window frame. We think our window display is stunning and it also gives the dress in the window the full attention it deserves.”
Wedding Belles of Four Oaks in Sutton Coldfield also opted for stunning autumnal leaves for their window display. With the addition of seasonal pinecones and pumpkins, their window display looked like a real autumn scene, which highlighted the gown on display beautifully.
Based in Ramsbottom, Bury, To Love and Cherish Bridal also like to impress when it comes to their window displays.
Emily from the boutique said, “We always like to use the seasons as our window inspiration, so when it comes to Autumn, we love to use warm tones with hints of lace and crisp mikado fabrics. Taking on a more rustic theme, this year we have gone for soft champagnes and laces with hints of pearls and pops of colour.”
“We always try to use plenty of creative extras and finishing touches to make sure our theme stands out, compliments and frames our dresses. We love to use our window to celebrate the gorgeous changes that the nature around us gives us as well as making sure we give our brides a snapshot of this seasons trends and a highlight of what works well for each particular season.”
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The Ivory Dressing Room in Blackpool have taken inspiration from the ’Tourmaline’ gown from the Pronovias 2020 collection for the autumn window display this year. The spectacular black mikado gown looked amazing amongst the metallic falling leaves and rustic pumpkins.
Located on Frodsham high street, in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the market town is Wedding Belles. This year the bridal boutique has styled their autumnal window display with a mix of magnificent orange, red and green leaves which paints a truly picturesque autumn scene.
Halo & Wren Bridal located in Hemel Hempstead was another bridal boutique who dressed their shop window in a stunning autumn scene this year.
Jemma Palmer said, "Here at Halo & Wren we love to celebrate Autumn, we draw inspiration from the changing colours of the season around us but like to keep our window and inside displays very in-keeping with our branding. This Autumn/Winter Clares Little Flower Stall created a dried gypsophila and fern display for our windows in soft muted pinks, warms reds and greys almost mimicking the outside colours & weather."
"We like to use displays & presentations that inspire our brides in their own wedding day styling, our dried flower display above on of our internal mirrors is frequently used as inspiration for brides on their wedding day, the dried flowers bring a real warmth to the store and are timeless enough to see us right through from late August to our Christmas window display."
If you’re thinking about planning ahead for the festive season and are looking for some inspiration take a look at these 15 beautiful bridal boutique Christmas window displays.