Fall is a popular wedding season, and there is no doubt why. The leaves are alive with colors and the air is crisp. From September through November, many couples decide to set their wedding date to this time of year. If you have decided to set your wedding day to this time of year too, you may be eager to learn how to get ready for a fall wedding. There are so many creative ways you can decorate for a fall wedding. One such way is to decorate your wedding with fall flowers. In addition to decorating the venue with flowers, you will also need to choose some flowers for you and your bridesmaids to hold. From roses to vines, there is a variety of fall flowers for wedding bouquets. Today, let’s take a look at some beautiful fall wedding bouquets to inspire you on your big day. I’ll also go over fall wedding flowers in season this time of year. Be inspired and have fun looking through the fall wedding bouquets!
A Colorful Bouquet
When it comes to fall wedding bouquets, you can’t go wrong with choosing a bouquet full of color. Whether you choose red, purple, orange, or yellow flowers, the variety of colors will be sure to brighten up your wedding day. Feel free to choose different types of flowers. The different types of flowers will make your wedding bouquet that much more unique.
Orange Fall Wedding Bouquet
Bring a splash of color to your fall bouquet by choosing bright orange flowers. Orange roses are a good option. You can make your entire bouquet contain orange flowers, or you can add different colored flowers too. Either way works, but just remember to choose fall colored flowers.
White Wedding Flowers for Fall
Although you may think of fall wedding bouquets being full of fall colors, it is completely fine to stay with the traditional white flowers. After all, this color will match the bride’s dress. Consider adding some green leaves into your bouquet so that it balances out the white. You may also want to add some bright colors to your bouquet so that it resembles fall. However, it is fine to leave your bouquet with only white flowers. It is your wedding day, so choose the color flowers you desire.
Red Fall Wedding Bouquet
Consider brightening up your fall bouquet with red flowers. Roses are the most popular of flowers, but there are also many other flowers that come in the color red. You can get red dahlias, ranunculus, amaryllis, and mums as well. You can make your entire bouquet be red, or you can add some other fall colored flowers too. Green plants will look nice too with your red bouquet.
Fall Flowers with Greenery
Green plants can add a nice look to fall wedding flowers. Italian Ruscus is one of the many plants that look great on fall wedding bouquets. Other options include myrtle, sword’s fern, Lily of the Valley, Bells of Ireland, and Ivy. These green plants would look great with any fall wedding flowers. For more inspiration on how to use greenery on your wedding day, click here.
Purple Fall Flowers
You can never go wrong with purple fall flowers. Whether you choose dark shades of purple or light shades of purple, this color looks great in an autumn bouquet. Roses, lilies, and purple Alstroemerias are all great options for your autumn bouquet. Consider adding some red or pink flowers, or even flowers such as Baby’s Breath to this fall bouquet.
Red and Yellow Flowers
The combination of red and yellow will look great as a fall bouquet. There are so many different types of flowers that would look good in this bouquet. For the yellow flowers, you can choose from tulips, sunflowers, Craspedias, Mums, Roses, and Yarrow. As for the red flowers, you can choose from Roses, Amaryllis, Anemone, Bouvardia, Calla Lily, Camellia, Carnations, and Chrysanthemum.
Dripping Orange Florals
Are you looking to create a breathtaking wedding bouquet? Look no further than this fall bouquet. Containing a mixture of orange, red, yellow, and black flowers, this fall bouquet speaks fall in many ways. First, the orange, red, and yellow flowers resemble the fall leaves. Secondly, many people choose to have a Halloween wedding, so in this case, the black flowers are a perfect addition to your wedding bouquet. And lastly, the way the flowers are “dripping” makes it extra unique and beautiful. Guests will be stunned when they see you walk down the aisle holding these flowers.
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Dark Floral Shades
Something about the dark shades in this flower bouquet speaks fall. Perhaps it is because many leaves that fall from trees this time of year are dark colored. In this picture, the flowers used are dahlia, chocolate geranium, Peruvian Apple, crocosmia pods, hanging amaranthus, and purple acacia. Other flower options include scabiosa flowers, ranunculus, kangaroo paw, a mix of eucalyptus leaves and burgundy leaves. Roses would also look good in this bouquet. Consider adding some fall greenery that spills over the bouquet to create an even more stunning look.
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Similar to the dark floral shades bouquet that I mentioned above, this black wedding bouquet is great for fall as well. It is not completely black, as there are also some white and dark purple flowers. This bouquet is made of dahlias and anemones, as well as some vines. Much of the black in this bouquet comes from the vines. It is unknown what the black vines are, but they could be Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Jet Black. Along with the black vines are some green vines as well.
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Peonies with Textured Leaves
Imagine pink peonies mixed with a variety of leaves and vines. This fall wedding bouquet would make your fall wedding look so much more creative and beautiful. Similar to the previous bouquet, this fall bouquet has black vines. Once again, it is unknown exactly what these vines are, but they could very well be Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Jet Black. Whatever the vines may be, they are certainly beautiful.
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Simple Calla Lilies for the Bridesmaids
You will need to choose some fall bridesmaid bouquets as well. Consider giving them each a couple orange calla lilies. Wrap the flowers together with brown ribbon. You could also choose a different fall flower for your bridesmaids, but calla lilies are definitely a great option. Try choosing a color that matches your bouquet. Perhaps put a few calla lilies into your bouquet, or maybe even have an entire bouquet of calla lilies. Either way works.
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Roses and Calla Lilies
The combination of roses and calla lilies is perfect for fall wedding bouquets. As you can see in the image below, the roses and calla lilies are dark colored. You can choose any colors you’d like, but the dark colors definitely go well with a fall wedding. To make your fall bouquet even more beautiful, consider adding some black vines. However, green vines work fine too, as you can see in the image below.
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Fall Wedding Bouquets with Succulents
You can easily add succulents onto your fall wedding bouquet. Simply take your bouquet of flowers, and start sticking in some succulents. Succulents will go well with almost all flowers. Keep in mind that succulents by themselves do not have much of an autumn look. But when mixed in with other fall colored flowers, succulents look great in a fall bouquet.
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Vintage Wedding Bouquets
If you are having a vintage wedding, you’ll be interested in these vintage wedding bouquets. You can make a vintage wedding bouquet by combining a variety of flowers that are not too bright but are fall looking. Succulents make a great addition to vintage wedding bouquets. Greenery also looks great in vintage wedding bouquets.
Blue Fall Wedding Flowers
Surprisingly, blue wedding flowers can nice at a fall wedding too. Although it isn’t exactly a fall color, it still looks beautiful. You may want to consider combining navy and white wedding flowers together. To make it look a little more like fall, consider wrapping the flowers in brown ribbon. Or better yet, create fall wedding bouquets with sunflowers by adding a few sunflowers into the bouquet.
What Wedding Flowers Are in Season During Fall?
There are many flowers in season during the fall. Most of these flowers are flowers in season in October, but a lot of them are November wedding flowers. The following is a list of fall wedding flowers that are in season this time of year:
- Asiatic Lily
- Calla Lilies
- Gerbera Daisies
- Kangaroo Paw
- Snap Dragon
Final Thoughts On Fall Wedding Bouquets
If you will be having a wedding this fall, congratulations! Now is one of the most beautiful times of the year for a wedding. The air is cool, the leaves are bright, and the flowers this time of year are full of color. Because there are so many beautiful flowers in season this time of year, it would only be right to use those fall flowers as a fall wedding bouquet. Today I went over fall wedding bouquets that would make a beautiful bouquet for the bride. These flowers would also make great fall bridesmaid bouquets. I also went over a list of flowers that are in season this time of year. I hope this article has inspired you to use fall wedding bouquets at your wedding.
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