4 autumn color palettes for your fall wedding
Now we're well into pumpkin spice latte season, we're enjoying the beautiful colors of the changing landscape as we happily don a sweater for a bright and chilly morning walk. Fall is about all celebrating natural beauty and a fall wedding is an opportunity to do just that.
With vibrant colors and autumnal blooms everywhere, there's no shortage of inspiration for your fall weddings flowers but what if you want something a little different to the traditional? Check out these fall wedding color palettes to help create a unique and seasonal tablescape for your autumn wedding.
Berry tone wedding flowers
As the hedgerows fill with plump blackberries and fruit trees sag under the weight of ripe plums and figs, we can't resist decorating with the rich berry tones of fall. Whether you stick to flowers or include fall produce for extra seasonal flair, like pomegranates, redcurrants, figs and stone fruit, these rich tones will create a beautifully cosy setting for your wedding reception.
Pumpkin spice wedding color palette
Nothing says fall quite like a color palette of the pumpkin spice shades pf cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger. You could add black accessories to give your reception at Halloween look, or elevate it with gold accessories and crisp white linens for a more elegant vibe. Go big on candles to create a beautifully cosy atmosphere as the sun sets.
Modern black and beige wedding reception
We can't get enough of this modern rustic wedding reception. Gingham gives us all the cosy cottagecore fall vibes but when paired with black, it feels beautifully chic and modern. The hanging installation of rattan shades and greenery adds to the natural feel, while the back flatware and cutlery and dark wood chairs really anchor the space in the season.
Camel and blue wedding color palette
A bright bluebird sky with a light chill in their air and leafy crunch underfoot is our favourite kind of weather. Embracing this natural color palette works wonderfully for this outdoor wedding reception in California, with pale blue bringing a freshness to the earthy shades of camel, sand and ochre.