52 Gorgeous Fall Wedding Bouquets
Let the season have a say when it comes to picking an arrangement to hold for your walk down the aisle. "It's actually a wonderful time for flowers," says floral designer Ariella Chezar of autumn, and we can confirm. Whether choosing based on color (reds, yellows, oranges, and purples are especially festive in the fall) or in-season availability (chrysanthemums, anemones, and asters are all fall flowers), seasonal bouquets can help tie your wedding together. Meanwhile, special add-ins (think: leaves, berries, and grasses) give any floral spread an instant boost of cool-weather beauty. What results is an array of nearly endless possibilities that are all appropriate for autumn.
We've rounded up some of our favorite fall-ready arrangements, straight from real celebrations. In the mix are all sorts of bouquets, from formal to rustic and everything in between. There are casual bundles comprised of strictly one bloom and lush arrangements filled with plenty (like this beauty by Colonial House of Flowers!). There are unique varieties for creative brides, and seasonal takes on classic wedding flowers. Simple, complex, cascading, organic—this roundup has it all. Have you ever thought of using magenta in your color scheme? What about adding fruits to the mix? Browse these arrangements to see how real brides made their bouquets uniquely autumnal.
Looking for beautiful bouquet inspiration for your wedding in September, October, or November? Take a peek and see what speaks to you—something's bound to catch your eye. These gorgeous bundles are all different, but they're all bound to impress your fall wedding guests.
Honey of a Thousand Flowers paired neutral spray roses and lily of the valley with rust-colored leaves and plenty of greens to give this arrangement an understated fall vibe.
Fall Color Palette
Laura Helm used ombré dahlias, multi-colored astilbe, yellow spray roses, and astrantia to create this bride's fall bounty.
This blush-to-burgundy spray by Wylde Flowers featured ranunculus, peonies, garden roses in matching shades of the ombré ribbons that (literally!) tied the entire arrangement together.
Karen's Garden proved that blush and mint floral arrangements work just as well at fall celebrations as they do at garden parties. The secret? Mixing in autumnal textures, like velvety lamb's ear and seasonal accents, like berries.
Roses and Mint offset romantic garden roses, viburnum, anemones, and ranunculus with painted rose gold fern. The metallic add gave this bride's arrangement a warm, autumn-inspired touch.
White and Rust
Color Theory Collective used pretty blue delphinium (still in-season in October!), blush and yellow roses, and burgundy smokebush leaves to create this multi-colored clutch that was perfect for a bride who wanted to use springy shades in the middle of fall.
Pops of Yellow
The brightly-colored centers of the dahlias and daises featured in this The Flower Hat bouquet provided the perfect pop of color. Combined with the green-red leaves, those moments of yellow helped transformed the arrangement into a mini-illustration of a tree's changing colors.
Raspberries, a late-summer crop, were studded throughout this peachy-pink and cream bouquet by Swallows & Damsons.
This Vintage Florals bouquet featured Queen Anne's lace, anemones, garden roses, orchids, ferns, and olive branches, plus a mix of colored foliage.
Craspedia and protea were among the diverse plants in this leafy, branch-filled assortment. The rustic bouquet had a just-picked feel.
Mallory Joyce created this lovely bouquet using leaves, dahlias, roses, and more. The end result was pleasantly soft and full of peachy tones.
Megan Gray of Honey and Poppies designed this stunning bouquet. She shared that she wanted something "lush and abundant," and created this mix to suit her vision. Inside were orchids, ranunculus, and celosia, plus pincushion protea and a frame of umbrella ferns.
This small bouquet by Crocus Hale was sure to make a statement. The sunny shades and moody anemones mixed to create a complex clutch.
How different is this simple bouquet comprised entirely of astilbe? It was imagined up by Atelier Joya.
Deep purple-reds, soft peaches and blushes, and reddish greens made up this Inviting Occasion bouquet. We especially love the foliage and strategically-placed scabiosa.
Garden roses sat atop a bed of cascading greenery for this bride's Bloomwoods bouquet.
This creative Jolly's Floral bouquet was surprisingly elegant. The berries, blooms, and clean greenery played nicely together, and the white ribbon was interestingly textured.
At this refined and rustic wedding, Intertwine crafted the bridal bouquet. It featured roses, ranunculus, and anemone, and the bride considered it "perfectly imperfect." We love the gorgeous dimension and the fall foliage included.
This jewel-toned bouquet—by Blush & Vine—featured roses, scabiosa, and tons of textured greenery.
This dreamy bundle by Vintage Florals was mostly white with pops of red. A blush ribbon tied it all together.
Roses and More
Artisan Event Floral Décor used beautiful autumnal shades in this bouquet. Blush garden roses, salmon ranunculus, dark-red tea roses, and seeded eucalyptus were tied with a white bow.
April's Garden provided the florals for this unique red bouquet. A pomegranate sitting in the center made it one-of-a-kind.
This bouquet, by Flora by Nora, included dahlias, cosmos, garden roses, and snowberry. The shades ranged from ivory to dusty pink, with muted yellow accents.
Pops of Pink
Nothing says magenta isn't a valid color for fall—it's especially appropriate mixed with reds, whites, and greens. Blossom & Vine arranged these blooms.
As Good As Gold
This couple requested flowers, fruit, and branches that looked organic to the farm in upstate New York where their November nuptials took place, but they left the specifics to Saipua, their florist. The result: This seasonal bouquet of mustard yellow, peach, butter yellow, and pink roses was clustered within bright fall leaves.
This couple's fall bouquet, designed by Flora Fauna, was made of thistle, dahlias, amaranth, seeded eucalyptus, calla lilies, and roses. The florist also snuck in edible chocolate cosmos for the bride to enjoy pre-ceremony at the late-October celebration.