With many grooms finding a fall color palette more suitable to their tastes, we're making the case for seasonal boutonnieres that your groom will love sporting on his lapel for the big day. Our favorite autumnal blooms incorporate the rustic, earthy colors of the season like rust-colored chrysanthemums, orange lilies, rich sedum, and red daisies. Incorporate cold-weather elements like oak leaves, blades of wheat, pinecones, or even acorns for a statement-making boutonniere that boasts Mother Nature's fall-inspired details.
If you want to go beyond the traditional autumnal shades, add some accent flowers to offset the warm tones. Bright yellow Witch Hazel, cherry Goldenrod, Aster, vibrant Mexican sage, and lavender are perfect complementary flowers that give an unexpected pop of color to your groom's boutonniere. If you're looking for a more polished, clean look, incorporate fresh greenery like olive leaves or single air plants that add an elegant touch.
Now that you've picked your blooms, don't forget to tie up your pint-sized arrangement. Opt for something classic like luxe velvet ribbon or for more casual, backyard nuptials, use cords of rustic twine or colored string.
Keep reading for 11 inspiring images of fall wedding boutonnieres that are perfect for any groom and his guys.
Musician Shay Mooney (of Dan & Shay) opted for boutonnieres of roses, eucalyptus leaves, and sprigs of grass for his October wedding in Tennessee.
This groom accentuated his brown suit with a boutonniere of white roses, lush olive branches, eucalyptus, and fall leaves.
This groom's look was inspired by the movie poster for James Bond's Spectre. In theme, his white dinner jacket was accented with a red carnation on the lapel.
These hellebore boutonnieres were accented with a single feather and gray ribbon.
This boutonniere combined a single white rose with bright greenery.
Along with black satin bow ties, these boutonnieres (by Honey and Poppies) were made of dark berries with sprigs of leaves.
At this Italian wedding, the groom's boutonniere paired sprigs of lavender with vibrant olive leaves as a nod to their locale.
These fall boutonnieres were made with made with seasonal blooms, berries, and greenery. Together, they tied in perfectly with the wedding's Aspen setting.