21 Autumn Bouquets for Your Fall Wedding
Fall is a season about celebrating natural beauty, and a fall wedding is an opportunity to do the same. This time of year, leaves are changing colors, flowers are blooming, and fruits and veggies are all being harvested. So take advantage by incorporating these elements into your fall wedding decor, particularly into the day's floral designs.
With vibrant colors and autumnal blooms everywhere, it's easy to get inspired for your own bridal bouquet. And though a fall wedding feels practically synonymous with a rustic-themed bash, that doesn't have to be the case. Of course, if you're after the rustic-chic look for your fall wedding, you can always play up the theme with accents like maple leaves, seasonal berries, wheat, and greenery. These simple additions can turn a classic bouquet into an autumnal arrangement that truly represents the season. Scroll through the 21 fall wedding bouquets ahead to find the one that fits you and your bridal theme best!
This fall-hued bouquet by Sophie Felts was made with a bold pop of a darker tone and ivory blooms with autumn browns. For an arrangement that's uniquely your own, pick and choose a variety of your favorite seasonal blooms. Planning by Fine Art Curation member Pamela Barefoot Events.
This bountiful bouquet by The Wild Blume, both ethereal and beautiful, is perfection. White and caramel roses made this bouquet romantic while darker accents (like vintage pink blooms) added a moody touch for the fall wedding season. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Orange Photographie.
This attractive-looking bouquet is guaranteed to make an unforgettable entrance. Incorporating blooms in deep reds and burgundy, The Garden Gate Flower Co. styled an organic arrangement that coordinated with the rest of the day's design. Photography by Taylor and Porter and Planning & Design by Federica Beni, both Fine Art Curation members.
For a cozy Fall wedding, carry a bouquet of creamy and blush blooms with Fall foliage. A flowing ribbon can be tied to the stems for an extra-feminine touch. Bouquet by Springvale and Planning by Fine Art Curation member Pamela Barefoot Events.
Variety is the spice of life, especially when it comes to a bouquet that feels organic and natural. This colorful arrangement by Honeycomb Affair paired coffee tones and trailing grasses. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Amy Mulder.
This organic autumnal bouquet was tied together with coordinating shades of peach and orange by Wildflowers Floral Design. The contrast between the colorful blooms and the bride's chic-modern deep V gown has us swooning. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Jenny Quicksall.
Balconi created this autumnal bouquet using peonies, roses, orchids and ranunculus blooms alongside chocolate cosmos, fresh foliage, silk blush ribbon. The warm palette of fall hues calls to mind a rustic barn wedding. Planning, Styling, & Design by Fine Art Curation member Wonderstruck Events.
Add visual interest to your wedding day look with a unique assortment of in-season blooms. This mixed bouquet created by Pyrus Botanicals consists of buttercream yellow and ivory tones with dark trailing foliage. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Orange Photographie.
For a Fall wedding opt for a romantic bouquet consisting of roses, ranunculus, and lisianthus in shades of blush and cafe cream. To hold it all together, a flowing silk ribbon can be added for a personalized touch. With a little imagination and creativity, this fairy-tale-esque bouquet can be yours. Bouquet by The Bloemist and photography by Fine Art Curation member Amy Mulder.
This bride’s sculptural bouquet features bold deep tones and texture with eucalyptus in shades of soft cream and punchy burgundy. For an impactful statement, don't be afraid to mix textures and allow one statement-making bloom to take center stage. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Amanda Callaway.
Behold, a subtle nod to fall and harvest season. This eye-catching bouquet by The Bloemist combined vibrant blooms (like garden roses and dahlias) with textured grasses and silk ribbons. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Amy Mulder.
If you're looking for something “unfussy and wild” consider these arrangements by Cali & Bloom including dried pampas grass, eucalyptus and blooms. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Amanda Callaway.
Fall doesn't always mean mustard tones and we're OK with that. This bouquet by Champagne Projects is perfect for fine art brides looking for a subtle palette for their big day. Planner, Stylist, and Designer: H & L Lovely Creations with photography by Lovely Light Imagery
This fall beauty was made with flowers in shades of white, pale pink, and yellow—plus, accents of actual leaves. To achieve the perfect fall tones (as inspired by their picturesque backdrop) they collaborated with the florists at The Flora Club. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Amanda Callaway.
Da Fiori Design created this bohemian bouquet that was made with berry tones, roses, ranunculus, and greenery. The wild, untamed nature of the greenery not only adds visual interest, but it allows the bride's personality to shine through. Planning, Styling, & Design by Fine Art Curation member Wonderstruck Events.
Blue Pansy Floral made this pink and white bouquet of early fall blooms which would be perfect for September nuptials. The delicate, feminine nature of the flowers complement the dreamy bohemian vibe of the Carol Hannah gown. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Mallory Dawn.
Roses, hellebores and red accents make this bouquet the epitome of fall. It just goes to show that you don't have to stick to a muted palette or burnt orange hues. Bouquet by Mulberry & Moss with photography by Fine Art Curation member Amy Mulder.
At this Autumn wedding, the bridesmaids bouquets coordinated perfectly with the palette of the wedding party's attire. Each arrangement paired dahlias, roses and foliage, and was made by Wildflowers Floral Design. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Jenny Quicksall.
Opting for something besides the traditional wedding white? Give your bouquet the attention it deserves by curating an assortment of wild blooms. (Bonus points if you can match it to the theme of your dress.) This avant-garde, berry-hued bouquet with a statement look, was created by Sandra Ganser. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Orange Photographie.
Big blooms aren't always better, especially when it comes to a whimsical-woodsy wedding. This untamed bouquet of snowberries, autumn leaves, and roses by Hathaway Floral Design is simply stunning. Photography by Fine Art Curation member Radian Photography.