In this blog post, we explore 14 elegant fall wedding bouquets to inspire brides who want to infuse their special day with sophistication and seasonal charm. Autumn is a magical time for weddings in New England, with its enchanting backdrop of rich, warm colors and beautiful weather with just a hint of crispness to the air. When bringing in elements of fall to your wedding, one of the most classic and impactful ways is through flowers. I partnered with the incomparable Carrie Chang from Floral Lab to bring you fall wedding bouquets that range from chic and romantic to soft and whimsical. All the bouquets promise to bring an air of luxury and style, which Floral Lab is known for. Enjoy!
Elevate your autumn wedding with the epitome of opulence and romance –This luxurious fall wedding bouquet in peach and burgundy tones consists of orchids, roses, ranunculus, and hellebore and brings in rich autumn colors with a sumptuous twist. Each bloom is carefully selected to reflect the warmth and beauty of the fall season, making it the perfect addition to your special day.
Keep things simple and elegant with this minimalistic all green fall wedding bouquet that features hellebore in all its beauty. Choosing one type of flower for your bouquet is perfect way to cut down on decision fatigue and can serve as an economical option, while keeping things elegant.
Keep the spirit of summer as you transition into early fall with this stunning yellow and pink fall wedding bouquet. Designed for brides who relish the beauty of both seasons, these fall flowers hint at the turning of the seasons with sunny roses, full bodied dahlias, and turning eucalyptus that give romantic and whimsical vibes. Say “I do” with this bouquet in hand, and let the harmonious transition of seasons be a metaphor for your love story moving into its next phase.
If you are the sort of bride who loves pairing your cashmere sweater with some Italian leather riding boots, this fall wedding bouquet is for you! The Fall Romance Bouquet embraces timeless elegance and feeds the romantic soul. With all the brilliance of the season, these high end flowers will give your bouquet an elevated look that invokes fall without going overly rustic.
Another classic fall look is beautiful berry hues. Using shades of pink and purple, as a nod to darker color palettes, can be stunning way to bring some autumnal vibes into your fall wedding bouquet without pulling from the color of the changing leaves. Adding in Queen Anne’s Lace and bunny tails ( a type of dried grass) can really play up that garden feel while emphasizing the time of year.
This fall wedding bouquet serves strong editorial vibes with the color blocking of white and yellow garden roses, and just a hint of edginess brought in by the dark purple ranunculus. The complimentary color palette and bold design lends a luxury look with an unexpected twist that will make a big impression on your guests.
This upscale graden bouquet seamlessly marries the vibrant, natural allure of a garden with a touch of autumn’s grace. In soft shades of pink and yellow, this wedding bouquet redefines the concept of a fall arrangement. Featuring regal dahlias, exotic orchids, tender tulips, and the aromatic eucalyptus, it’s harmonious colors mirror the shy blush of fall leaves and the last rays of summer sun, creating an energetic and elegant composition. This bouquet captures the very soul of a secret garden, where the seasons subtly transition, giving way to the enchantment of fall without being overt.
Keep things classic and clean with this soft and graceful tulip bouquet. This arrangement is perfect for the timeless bride who wants a wedding bouquet with an understated fall vibe. Add some romance to your bouquet by including a flowy ribbon and you will be ready to say I do with elegant style.
The brightly-colored centers of the dahlias and sunny yellow garden roses in this delicate and lively looking fall wedding bouquet is sure to bring joy to anyone who sees it. Perfect for sunny fall days this stunning bouquet is for all those brides who are hopeless romantics, always optimistic, and who seem to just radiate warmth.
Deep Purple is not just a rock band, it is the perfect color palette for autumn. The rich colors of the plum orchids and the burgundy ranunculus in this opulent fall bouquet bring to mind the colors of royalty. And, who doesn’t want to feel like royalty on their big day?
Delicate blooms meet hardy foliage in this fall wedding bouquet creating the perfect balance of masculine and feminine. With different uses of pink garden roses, peachy ranunculus, yellow roses, and deep red leaves from the local wilderness, this autumn bouquet is as dynamic as it is beautiful.
If you are a pumpkin spice loving, sweater wearing, fall bride, why not lean into the colors of the season and include the traditional yellow, orange, and red hues in your bouquet? Choosing high end flowers like yellow roses and parrot tulips paired with dahlias and touches of fall leaves will allow your bouquet to pay homage to the warm embrace of autumn without a hint of cliché.
For those brides who love nature and dream of running through fields of tall grass and flowers (is that just me?) this wildly romantic bouquet is for you. The soft hues of pink from the ranunculus, Brownie tulips, and roses give off the perfect feminine feel while the Blushing Bride protea and changing eucalyptus will speaking to your wild soul.
For the bride who loves to break away from the norm, loves a pop of color, and hint of whimsy, this bold bouquet will be right up your alley. Peonies and roses sound like the sort of flowers that belong in a more traditional bridal bouquet, but the unexpected color combination of these blooms paired with the blue pompas grass and sprigs of daisies makes this fall wedding bouquet completely unique.
Found a bouquet you love? Contact Floral Lab in Chelsea, MA. Carrie Chang, owner and head florist, creates floral art for luxury weddings with an emphasis on romantic and garden style florals.
You can contact Carrie through her website here: https://www.florallab.com/
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