Have you entirely accepted fall yet? I know I have. We love summertime, but we'd be lying if we said we weren't getting excited for chilly weather, pumpkin-flavored treats, and of course - FALL WEDDING FLOWERS!
We spoke with one of our in-house flower experts and asked her for the inside scoop on upcoming fall wedding flower trends. Based on the array of fall wedding couples that she's consulted with, these are the colors and flowers she said we should expect to see more of this upcoming season:
Get ready for burgundy, burgundy, and more burgundy! Our expert shares that traditionally, red flowers are a winter wedding staple, but many fall brides embrace the deep reds for their big day. If you're looking to sprinkle these rich hues into your flower arrangements, try any of these blooms:
- Burgundy Anenomes
- Burgundy Ranunculus
- Deep Red Walk of Fame Garden Roses
- Freedom Red Rose
- Bolero Red Cremon
- Marsala Hypericum Berries
When you hear peach, do you think fall? If not, think again! In the coming months, brides will incorporate peach flowers into their fall weddings to contrast the traditional darker fall tones. Consider adding a fresh splash of peach to your bridal bouquet or wedding arch to create a bright and dreamy color scheme. Peach flowers have a soft and sweet appeal to them. Check out these blooms to jump on the peach trend:
- Peach David Austin Rose
- Light Peach Rose
- Peach "El Aleli" Stock Flower
- Antique Creamy Peach Carnations
- Peach Spray Roses
Can't get enough? Check out all of our peach flowers!
3.) Terracotta and Rust
Terracotta and rust have been a wedding favorite for months now, and it looks like that's not changing any time soon. (We're certainly not complaining!) Terracotta and rust pair well with neutrals, greenery, and even bold tones like pink or blue. These popular hues are chic, stylish, and versatile. It's no wonder they're so sought-after! Jump on the rust and terracotta trend with these beautiful flowers:
- Coffee Break Terracotta Rose
- Fall Orange Pom Flowers
- Brown Spice Tinted Solidago
- Rust Spider Mums
- Dark Orange Bahlias
- Terracotta Alstroemeria
All of our terracotta wedding flowers can be found on our site.
4.) Brown and Bronze
Classic fall colors, like brown and bronze, will remain popular this year. We love brown and bronze flowers for a few reasons. First and foremost, their neutral color makes them easy to pair with just about every other color you could imagine. These hues also have a down-to-earth, natural, and sophisticated feel. Neutrals will never go out of style, so if you're looking for a classic look while also staying on-trend, check out some of these flowers:
- Bronze Upright Amaranthus
- Toffee Roses
- Dried Chocolate Truffle Button Flowers
- Dried Brown Yarrow
- Bronze Football Mum
5.) Golden Yellow
Golden yellow is the perfect seasonal transition color. Hang onto summer a bit longer with this sunshine shade. Ease into autumn with a hue reminiscent of the harvest and new beginnings. You can couple this flower with any of the other colors for fall wedding flowers we've listed here. Or you can add lots of lush greenery for a bright, nature inspired look. The year's warmth may be fading, but you'd never know it with these golden yellow flowers:
- Golden Mustard Garden Rose
- Goal Mini Button Pom Yellow Flower
- Unique Orange Gerbera Daisy Flower
- Bright Yellow Novelty Viking Pom Flower
- Golden Yellow Calla Lily
See our entire collection of golden yellow flowers.
6.) Green - With Lots of Texture
Winter, spring, summer, or fall - no flower arrangement is complete without greenery. This upcoming season couples are searching for foliage that will add extra texture and dimension to their wedding flowers. Use greenery in your fall wedding to add a lush, green hue to your palette while adding detail and variety to your blooms. Here are some of our favorite choices when it comes to textured greenery:
Scan through our greenery selection to find the texture and color that is right for you.
Other Fall Flower Trends to Look Out For
Couples ordering their fall wedding flowers should also remember what specific flower types are trending. According to our expert, ranunculus will continue to be popular well into the fall season. She also reports that bronze football mums and bahlias are on the rise, as are carnations, especially in bold and dyed colors. If you're wondering what roses will be trending next season, it looks like you can still expect to see toffee and quicksand roses. However, the coffee break rose is currently trending.
Fads and seasons will come and go, but the memories you create on your wedding day will last forever. Make sure that when deciding what colors and flowers to make a part of your big day, you stay true to your personal style! As you plan your Fall Wedding, we hope this information helps you stay on top of the latest trends while also picking special and stylish details.
Originally Written by Leah Britt
Greenery Picture - Photographer: Brie Thompson Photography, Florist: Just So. Event Floral
Golden Yellow Picture - Venue: Elk Run Cabin, Cascade, ID + Photographer: Jacque S. Photography @photosbyjacque + Dress: Amy's Bridal Boutique + Tux: Generation Tux
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