Below you’ll find 15 fall wedding flowers that we not only love but would do wonders for your autumnal affair. Scroll through and see if any of these designs fit your vision.
1. Affordable Bridal Bouquet
A Practical Wedding starts us off with this fabulous fall-inspired wedding bouquet that you can easily DIY at home yourself. And the best part is how affordable this project will be! Add the ribbon that reflects the vision you already have and voila! You’ve done it!
2. Wildflower Centerpieces
If you’re having an outdoor celebration in the fall, some wildflower options are always a great route to take. And they’re easily to fixate yourself. Fill up simple jars and vases for an eclectic and seasonal flair.
3. Painted Pumpkins
Pumpkins can definitely be a part of the party too, especially if you fill them with florals! Grab some gourds and get to painting. Find all the details and inspiration over at Chic Vintage Brides.
4. Leafy Backdrops
Leaves can be a part of the floral decoration as well. Make sure you incorporate some of your favorite leaves inside of your bridal bouquet. And, you can even create a gorgeous leaf-inspired backdrop like you see here from Calie Rose.
5. Protea Bridal Bouquet
Proteas are a gorgeous addition to any bouquet or floral arrangement and thankfully, they’re beautiful for the fall as well. Just look at this lush design from Green Wedding Shoes! We love the varying textures and unique elements.
6. Dried Flower Crown
DIYs already gushed about this great DIY and we love it for the fall because of the rich, purple tones involved. Of course, you can incorporate this with whatever dried flowers you’d like, but this textural bit is perfect for autumn. The bride can make and adorn herself with something outside-of-the-box!
7. Pumpkin Garland Centerpiece
Ella Claire showed off this great “garland” idea and we love it! Some mini pumpkins, twigs, berries and a bout of baby’s breath or other fresh florals can make an easy and interesting centerpiece. Your tablescapes can be handmade but just as chic as if you hired a pro.
8. Cranberry Bridal Bouquet
Cranberry is a go-to color for this time of year and we’re swooning over all of the inspiration found at Lauren Conrad. Go with a monochromatic scheme if you really want to show off your shade of choice. It’ll be bold and full of modern style.
9. Lush Centerpiece
The more lush the arrangement, the more romantic and feminine the appeal. Just check out this gorgeous design! We love the soft rose tones and the bouts of extra green that make it up.
10. Orange Rose Buds Centerpiece
Pinterest inspired us with this simple and charming centerpiece idea. Some glass bottles filled with orange buds can really highlight your outdoor farm tables. And the use of orange could be a really unique way to pay homage to the season.
11. Autumn Wonderland
If you really want to go bold and take a nod to the fall weather, you’ll love this tutorial from Love My Dress. Create a floral crown that is bold, powerful and would look incredible in photos. It’s a great design for those saying, “I do,” outside!
12. Sunflower Poms
We found the sunflowers pom-poms on Pinterest and instantly fell in love. Highlight the altar or any nook or cranny of the reception with these vibrant beauties. You can use fresh florals or go with ones that won’t wilt by heading to the craft store.
13. Whimsical Centerpiece
Green Wedding Shoes featured this extra-whimsy centerpiece idea and we just had to showcase its uniqueness as well. We love its asymmetry and love its utilization of vibrant, fall tones. From orange to mustard, there’s even some leaves hidden throughout the design.
14. Partial Flower Crown
Hello May gives us one that floral crown that’s the perfect topping to your autumnal celebration. Instead of going full-out, what about creating a partial flower crown you can attach your veil to? Add some berries or a lush, cranberry floral to really set the mood.
15. Rich-Toned Bridal Bouquet
And finally, over at Bouquet Blueprint you’ll learn how to create this richly-toned bridal bouquet with ease. It’s a more traditional design as well, so it’ll catch the fancy of a lot of brides. If you’re looking for simple and classy, this is the route you’ll want to take.