Fall is right around the corner. Therefore brides everywhere will be embracing a gorgeous autumn aesthetic as they walk down the aisle. But how can you make sure your florals fit the wedding theme? If you are getting married in the autumn months, here are a few flower trends that you might want to try for your bouquet.

Warm Colors

If there’s one thing fall is famous for, it’s the vast array of stunning natural colors.  The falling leaves take on warm shades of red, yellow, and orange, giving everything a special kind of golden hue. Incorporating these colors in your wedding bouquet or centerpieces is a great way to bring the classic “fall colors” into your decor. 

Dark-Colored Blooms

While warm reds and yellows are a common fall color palette, they’re not the only shades available to fall brides. On the other side of the spectrum, you’ll find deep, rich colors like burgundy, navy, and black. In essence, they’re the perfect colors for a fall bride with a spooky side! Therefore, for your wedding to have some romantic, gothic vibes, consider dark flowers like chocolate cosmos, burgundy mums, or purple calla lilies.

Dried Flowers

These days, many couples are looking for ways to give their weddings a unique touch. One way to do this is by eschewing traditional wedding decor in favor of something more original… and for some brides, that means carrying a dried flower bouquet. Dried flowers are a unique and rustic approach to the traditional wedding bouquet, and they perfectly suit the style of most fall weddings. Best of all, you’ll have no problems preserving these flowers — they’re already dried!

Whether you’re having a quaint barn wedding, a classic church ceremony, or an elegant gothic affair, these floral trends will add the perfect seasonal touch to any fall wedding.

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Vendor dream team and featured image credits:

photographer - Joslyn Holtfort Photography
florist - Flor Amor
venue - Hotel Ella
beauty - Molly Turrell Cara W Allison Carroll Beauty
gown - Unbridaled
groom's attire - Generation Tux
desserts - Kamie Richard