There is nothing on this earth quite as lovely as a fall wedding. It combines the fun and romance of a wedding with the magic and ambiance of the changing season. It is for these reasons, and so many more, that brides love incorporating the rich, warm autumnal colors and foliage into their florals and decor.
Whether you’re planning a rustic-chic barn wedding or an upscale ballroom event, you’ll be spoiled for choice with the wide range of fall wedding flowers to choose from. And may your wedding dreams be a reality.
Take a look at some of our favorite wedding bouquets and find one that fits your wedding style best!
Ivory and Burnt Orange Faux Wedding Bouquet
This stunning fall bouquet has a gorgeous selection of flowers including terracotta silk flowers, an array of gorgeous bouquets features silk beautiful flowers in shades of terracotta, burnt orange, brown and peach with faux eucalyptus, as well as dried pampas.
Presentation-wise, the stems are cut and wrapped with ribbon and lace.
Rusty Colored Flower Bridal bouquet
Made from high-quality artificial flowers, this vibrant bridal bouquet would be the perfect accessory for your walk down the aisle. It features a wide arrange of colors, including rust, cinnamon, burgundy, and orange.
Depending on the wedding party, you can order items to match the bouquet, from flower crowns and boutonniere arch arrangements and even corsages.
Autumn Table Garland
This stunning autumn table garland has a mix of dahlias, eucalyptus, and various mauve-colored roses. We like how the rust-colored greenery and delicate cream-colored flowers accented throughout give it contrast.
It would look beautiful on a sweetheart table, at the main table or as a simple but effective wedding arch.
Rustic Boho Bouquet
This bouquet would be the perfect fit for the rustic-boho bride looking to get hitched in the fall.
It has a mix of vivid fall flowers and lush greenery, including cream, burgundy, and rust-colored roses and ranunculus. The burlap-wrapped stems add that signature rustic touch.
Burnt Orange & Ivory White Fall Bouquet
The muted color scheme of this exceptionally romantic silk-flower bouquet is perfect for an outdoor wedding in late September.
The stars of these bought players in this bouquet are the burnt orange roses and light pink dahlias. The fall foliage in shades of cream and rust adds a lovely texture that gives it a wild, just-picked vibe.
Fall Wooden Flower Arrangement
This burgundy classic-themed artificial flowers combo is matched by professional floral designer,calm and mellow burgundy and burnt orange perfectly interpret retro style.Using them you can DIY all kinds of gorgeous decorations for weddings, events and home.
Sola wood flowers are so io-trend rightie, trendy right now. Made from handmade flowers the bouquet includes, sola flowers, wooden flowers, balsa flowers, tapioca flowers, and an array of wood flowers.
Not only is the perfect for wood, but kong-lasting flowers can take pride place in your new home. Did we mention that there are various scents to choose from, including lavender, cupcake, vanilla, pumpkin pie!
Wine, Navy, Ivory Bouquet
If the traditional colors of fall aren’t your ideal wedding color scheme, fear not.
This classic combo of wine, navy and ivory-colored roses with a touch of greenery looks lovely with a shiny ivory ribbon wrapped around the stems. The elegant posy shape would also look perfect for your bridesmaids.
Deep Purple, Black, and Gold Bouquet
Halloween brides with a dark vibe will fall head-over-heels in love with this show stopper of a bouquet.
The metallic gold foliage accents add a sharp contrast to the black and wine-colored florals. There are also splashes of blush-colored roses throughout that give this moody arrangement a pop of romance.
Brown, Terracotta, and Rusty Orange Autumn Florals
You may not think brown is a suitable wedding color, but an arrangement like this might change your mind.
It has a mix of rust and terracotta-colored roses, green and brown foliage, and sprays of cream-colored floral accents down-to-earth brides will go crazy for.
Cascading Rust, Orange, and Burgundy Bouquet
There is something incredibly romantic about a cascading bouquet. With its trailing dark-green foliage and warm, rust-colored flowers, this particular bouquet will look stunning for a boho or rustic fall bride.
Orange Boho Wedding Florals
Who said you can’t use pastels in the fall? This bouquet’s soft oranges and pale peaches have a light and airy look, combined with mustard accents and sage-green foliage for contrast.
Burgundy, Sage, Copper, and Blush Wood Flower Bouquet
This is a boho style sola wood flower bouquet with preserved and artificial greenery and sola wood flowers.
Combining a sola wood bouquet with natural or dried florals is a lovely way to have a unique bouquet that will be the highlight of your wedding decor.
This bouquet is an eclectic mix of pampas grass, willow, and bunny tails which lend texture, color, and a softness to the sharp, clean lines of the wooden florals.
Dried Autumn Wedding Bouquet
A handcrafted bouquet made from dried florals screams falls wedding. This dried autumn wedding arrangement features a colorful mix of thistle, pampas grass, and rich reds, oranges, and golden yellows that tie in all the fall colors. It also has incredible texture.
Dramatic Burnt Orange and Rust Bouquet
Made up of large florals in shocking oranges, deep reds, and caramels, this dramatic bouquet will stun your groom and your guests.
This work of magic includes accents of eucalyptus and pampas grass as well as a variety of soft and spiky textures that genuinely make it a work of art.
Cascading Sunflower Sola Flower Bouquet
Sunflowers are a go-to fall wedding flower. They’re beautiful, cheerful flowers that bloom in late summer and early fall, which lines up perfectly for the August and September ceremonies.
You can use sola wood flowers to make lovely cascading arrangements, like the one pictured here. It has all the vivid golds and pumpkin oranges of the real thing, along with an exquisite texture.
Consider this understated sunflower bouquet wrapped in a classic white ribbon if Sola wood sunflowers aren’t your thing.
The giant white dahlias and pale-yellow colored roses have an effortless, signature bridal feel, while the accents of yellow from the sunflowers give the bouquet depth.
We also love how the scattered tiny white snowdrops stand out against the silvery-green foliage.
Yellow, Navy, and Brown Sola Wood Bouquet
We can’t get enough of this vibrant sola wood bouquet! The color combination of yellows, tans, and navy with pops of burgundy and ivory is a visual treat.
The miniature pinecones and faux lamb’s ear are perfect accents and show off the season’s natural elements perfectly.
Pampas Grass Arrangement
This gorgeous arrangement takes advantage of the shape and texture of pampas grass to give it that wow factor. The muted peaches, creams, and shades of brown are a lovely combination that would suit any boho bride looking to play up the fall theme for their wedding.
Rustic Rust and Cream Bouquet
We also love the use of pampas grass in this stunning earth tone bouquet. It has a mixture of roses, dahlias, and unique fall foliage, all wrapped up in a lovely rust-colored ribbon.
Dried Pink and Orange Bouquet
Using dried florals in your bouquet and floral arrangements are a unique way to capture the essence of the season. We are obsessed with the combination of bright oranges and pinks in this dried bouquet.
They look gorgeous in a backdrop of cream, rust, and mustard-colored fall foliage and grasses.
There is something charming and whimsical about including fruit or berries in your bouquet.
We love how the blue and orange branches of berries were added to this arrangement as fillers, providing not only a beautiful texture but an absolute feast for the eyes.
Romantic Blush-Colored Bouquet
If the rich, moody fall color palette isn’t something you enjoy, a light bouquet of cream and blush-colored blooms like this one would be a good alternative.
This bouquet has frilly, delicate blooms that look divinely mixed together with branches of eucalyptus and silvery-green foliage. It’s a very romantic look.
Bright Boho Bouquet
A boho bride loves whimsical, wild arrangements, along with bold, earthy colors. This bouquet checks all of those boxes.
We adore the soft, creamsicle color palette of the roses and how they are offset by cool, gray and green foliage. The two-toned silk ribbon around the stems adds a free-spirited touch.
How to Choose the Right Fall Wedding Flowers
When it comes to fall wedding flowers, we have a couple of suggestions to help you choose the right ones.
Pick Seasonal Blooms
The first step to picking the right fall wedding flowers is knowing which ones are actually available or in season. While you may be a fan of tulips and peonies, those aren’t precisely fall-friendly flowers.
Dahlias, amaranthus, and chrysanthemums are truly stunning fall booms. They have unique shapes and colors that provide dimension and contrast to any bouquet.
Roses are also a great seasonal option. They are the quintessential romantic flower. They have a similar look to peonies, which are also trendy wedding flowers. However, they bloom in the summer. For a similar look in the fall, roses are a great alternative.
Try Alternative Flower Options
Fall lends itself to great alternative flower options like grasses, branches, and leaves. These all-natural elements look fantastically mixed in with fresh or artificial fall blooms like dahlias or roses.
Dried flowers are also a fall-friendly wedding option that you might want to consider. They have the texture and signature aesthetic of fall, plus you can keep it as-is forever!