Fall is a season about celebrating natural beauty, and a fall wedding is an opportunity to do the same. This time of year, leaves are changing colors, flowers are blooming, and fruits and veggies are all being harvested. So take advantage by incorporating these elements into your fall wedding décor, and particularly into the day's floral designs!
With vibrant colors and autumnal blooms everywhere, it's easy to get inspired for your own bridal bouquet. And though a fall wedding feels practically synonymous with a rustic-themed bash, that doesn't have to be the case. The key to making your blooms feel seasonal without going overboard is to pick flowers like mums, astilbe, and asters, or choose petals in hues like burnt orange, yellow, and deep red. Of course, if you're after the rustic-chic look for your fall wedding, you can always play up the theme with accents like maple leaves, seasonal berries, wheat, and greenery. These simple additions can turn a classic bouquet into an autumnal arrangement that truly represents the season.
Below, you'll find traditional bouquets in bold palettes, unexpected bouquets of all shapes and sizes, and petite bouquets of singular in-season blooms. Scroll through the 47 fall bouquets to find the one that fits you and your fall wedding theme best!
When it came to her bouquet, this bride wanted something “unfussy and wild,” and chose a floral designer, Saipua, who arranged blooms “in such a beautiful Dutch still-life sort of way." The resulting arrangement included Italian eucalyptus, roses, porcelain berry, chocolate cosmos, ranunculus and tree peonies, wrapped in blush-colored silk ribbon.
At her cozy fall wedding, bride Sonny carried a bouquet of creamy dahlias, anemones, ranunculus, astilbe, silver bell eucalyptus, and geranium foliage, tied with a flowing ribbon by Flowers in Your Hand.
This fall-hued bouquet, by Intertwine Flowers by Kelly Lenard, was made with garden roses, parrot tulips, amaranthus, hellebore, chocolate Queen Anne's lace, maidenhair fern, and autumn leaves.
To mimic the gown’s soft finish, this fashion-forward bride carried a vibrant orange bouquet of celosia.
Colby West Design created this mountain-inspired bouquet, which paired hellebores, honeysuckle, and clematis with bleached Japanese fern and spirea.
Deep red ranunculus and soft pink dahlias made up Charlotte’s organic bouquet, which was tied together in a soft shape by Farmhand Flowers.
Brrch created this statement bouquet featuring orchids and peonies.
"Our planner Lani was amazing at figuring out exactly what we wanted, even when we had a hard time articulating it," says Kate of her Portland wedding. "Her floral designs were perfect—and we now know that our favorite flower is the dahlia!" Both brides carried bouquets filled with dahlias and roses in shades of burgundy, blush, mauve, and cream.
A.P. Bio created this bundle of wild cornflowers, tied together with a dusty blue ribbon.
This fall beauty was made with flowers in shades of red, white, pale pink, and yellow—plus accents of actual fall leaves.
Lily Peterson of Flowershop created this bridal bouquet, which featured chocolate cosmos, smoke bush, and ferns tied together with Silk & Willow ribbon. "Lily and I are friends and she did a wonderful job! It’s great working with people who know you and get your style," adds the bride, who married in an elevated camp wedding in North Carolina.
This fall bride asked Blossoms Events to use rice flower, hellebores, kalanchoe, Japanese clematis, and smokebush for her own bouquet.
At this Charleston wedding, the 'maids carried bouquets of David Austin roses, garden roses, astrantia, astilbe, and scabiosa by Blossoms Events.
This gorgeous bouquet was made exclusively of early-fall blooms, including dahlias, astilbes, quicksand roses, and snapdragons. Branch Design Studio tied everything together with a gold ribbon and complemented with greenery.
Marigold created this bohemian bouquet that was made with dahlias, roses, ranunculus, and eucalyptus.
At this Colorado wedding, the brides' bouquets coordinated perfectly with the palette of their wedding party's attire. Each arrangement paired dahlias, succulents, scabiosa, clematis, and delphinium, and was made by Farmette Flowers.
Bare Root Flora created this autumnal bouquet using dahlias and ranunculus blooms alongside berries, fresh foliage, velvet blue ribbon—and a mini apple!
This bride carried a bouquet of white panda anemones and seeded eucalyptus, created by Electric Flora, for her hilltop wedding in Tennessee.
This bouquet was made with white roses, lush olive branches, eucalyptus, and fall leaves. tied with her grandmother’s handkerchief.
Anemones, fresh foliage, and red accents made this bouquet the epitome of fall.
These cool bridesmaids (who wore jumpsuits!) carried mums and amaranthus.
Of The Flowers made this pink and white bouquet of early fall blooms for Rocky Barnes's September wedding.
This organic autumnal bouquet was tied together with coordinating shades of peach and orange by Lauras Flora.
At this Chicago wedding, the bridal party held a smaller version of the bride's bouquet. Each was made by Intertwine Flowers by Kelly Lenard using hellebores, Queen Anne's lace, and maidenhair fern.
Bride Saba carried a mix of hellebores, ranunculus, astilbes, sweet peas, scabiosas, and white trachelium by Kim Starr Wise. “I absolutely loved my bouquet,” she says. “It was tied in raw silk and was the best thing I’ve ever held!”
White and blush roses made this bouquet romantic, while dark accents (like berries and burgundy blooms) added a moody touch for the fall wedding season.
This fall bouquet by The Loved Co. combined vibrant blooms (like ranunculus and dahlias) with textured grasses and crawling vines.
For her fall wedding in Tennessee, bride Hannah opted for a romantic bouquet combined roses, ranunculus, and lisianthus in shades of blush, all tied with flowing silk ribbon.
Inspired by paintings in the Dutch Maters style, this couple designed their wedding day to look like a still-life portrait from that era. They did so by incorporating shades of blue, red, blush, and golden yellow into their floral color palette.
Campfire Floral created bouquets that mixed fresh and "dried flowers with a wild streak." Each bridesmaid carried arrangements of hydrangeas, roses, and dried flowers in a monochromatic palette.
This untamed bouquet of anemones, scabiosa, white peonies, and greenery was made by Cherries Flowers.
"A few months before the wedding, our florist started drying elements like pampas grass, bunny tails, and sea oats to use in our bouquets," says bride Calli. "They created a really beautiful neutral palette with lots of texture!" The bride's bouquet included the addition of a few cream roses, eucalyptus, and white scabiosa.
"Our wedding planner came up with the idea of a very flowy, organic, loose, and colorful bouquet to compliment my dress," says the bride of her bouquet by Stiatti Fiori. "I especially loved the bougainvillea touch."
This bride paired her black-and-white frock with a cascading bouquet of lilies and orchids from Extrafloral.
King Protea, greenery, and roses made up this bride's dramatic bouquet by Sprout Home. “It was so heavy that I kept tipping over but it was exactly what I wanted,” she says.
This bride asked Palmetto Bloom for a textured bouquet of peonies and roses.
Incorporating blooms in deep reds and burgundy, Laetitia C. Fleurs made an organic arrangement that coordinated with the rest of the day's design.
A deep red and orange bouquet of dahlias, astilbe, roses, and dusty miller, created by Southern Blooms by Pat's Floral Design.
A mixed bouquet made of red and peach mums, yellow ranunculus, white snowberries, and greenery, created by Twigs, Leaves and Flowers.
A loose, lush bouquet comprised of orange cymbidium orchids and greenery.