Why we Love a September Wedding

1 September 2015

Here at the Atlantic Hotel Newquay, we love September weddings. As the leaves begin to turn and the summer cools off, we enjoy a month of comfortable temperatures, which we think, are perfect for a special day.

Autumn holds a massive amount of bridal inspiration with a collection of fresh fall tones and bold earthy colours making their way onto the scene. Whether you dress your bridesmaids in deep reds, have your men in tweed suits or give fire pinecones as a wedding favour, there are plenty of things a September wedding offers.

With nature being at one of the most aesthetically stimulating points of the year, why not bring a bit of the outdoors into your wedding venue? We recommend using fairy lights or tea lights to illuminate your special day, while using natural inspirations such as sparkly spray painted branches to add a delicate autumn touch. Natural or spray painted pine cones can be used as place settings, or delicately boxed cones to start fires with a short message attached could be used as favours.

A naked cake can also be an excellent suggestion for a September wedding. The earthy browns in the cake’s sponge can be complemented with a dusting of icing sugar and a selection of colourful fruits and berries—perfect for an autumn wedding.

No matter what time of year, the Atlantic Hotel enjoys some of the most stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean in the county. We can accommodate up to 500 people in our magnificent ballroom making us a great venue for large weddings, while we have a host of beautiful places to create splendid intimate weddings too. Lavish or beachy, elegant or elaborate, autumn or spring, we’ll be able to cater a luxury wedding that will take your breath away. Call us on: 01637 872244 to discuss your dream wedding.

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