You won’t want to let go of these lovely fall wedding bouquets, much less throw one across the reception hall. These magnificent fall flower arrangements, filled with rich hues and textures, wonderfully reflect the essence of the season—not to mention the romanticism of your wedding day. This added element of autumn floral power kicks everything up a notch, no matter what your overall wedding theme is. The best part? Every one of these wedding floral designs will elevate your destination wedding from a traditional summer soirée to a gorgeous fall retreat.
Rustic Fall Wedding Bouquets
If you’re saying your vows beneath the exposed timbers of a historic barn or in a château perched above a mountain lake, embrace your rustic aesthetic and carry it through all of your wedding-day details, including bouquets.
Berries, such as snowberries and hypericum berries, lend playfulness to bridal flowers throughout the fall and winter.
Dahlia Bouquet with Dried Leaves
This exquisite bouquet of huge dahlia blooms was given a rustic character by trailing branches of dried leaves.
Hydrangea and Sunflower Autumn Bouquet
This soon-to-be-wed carried similar DIY bouquets loaded with white hydrangea and vivid yellow sunflower blossoms for their wedding bouquets.
Branches work nicely in fall bridal bouquets and even reception arrangements like centerpieces, in addition to dusty miller, leaves, or succulents as filler.
Boho Fall Wedding Bouquets
Ask your florist to use amaranthus, anthurium, astilbe, baby’s breath, heather, king protea, pampas grass, thistle, or wax flower in your bridal bouquet if you enjoy boho wedding trends. These botanical kinds are perfect for a quirky, bohemian look.
Dahlia Bouquet with Ribbon
The floral designer rounded off the arrangement with strips of rose gold-tone ribbon to wrap the bouquet, which complemented the vivid blossoms in this bridal bouquet.
Sunflower Wedding Bouquet
Sunflowers, the most famous fall wedding flower, are stunning on their own or paired with other bright wildflowers like zinnias and Shasta daisies. The end effect is a quirky, laid-back, and environmentally responsible arrangement.
Peony Wedding Bouquet
If you’ve always wanted peonies in your bouquet, even though they’re more commonly utilized in spring and summer arrangements, you can definitely make them work for an October wedding. When combined with golden yellow foliage, greenery, and toffee-colored roses, large coral charm peonies seem very autumnal.
King Protea Wedding Bouquet
For the bride who likes to make a statement, king proteas were created. A single protea is all you need to make your autumn wedding bouquet stand out—we adore how this one is surrounded by pink flowers and greenery.
Succulent Accented Wedding Bouquet
These plants are wonderful all year, but they’re especially lovely in a fall bridal bouquet. For an eco-chic look, combine succulents with foliage and hypericum berries.
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