This elegant bridal bouquet brings deep purple, red, and orange together for a color palette that is ideal for an elegant fall wedding. Dark burgundy calla lilies and deep red roses nestled in a bed of green hydrangeas make up the main part of this pretty bouquet, and the clusters of eye-catching red hypericum berries add an unexpected accent.
The orange -- a classic fall color -- in the hypericum berries and the peachy color of the wildflowers is perfect for an early October wedding. This simple boutonniere will stand out against a classic black tux or khaki, as shown here.
Take advantage of gorgeous fall leaves by incorporating them into your fall wedding table decorations. Orange and red leaves contrast flawlessly with deep blue berries, especially when set against white. This color scheme works nicely with a nature-inspired outdoor fall wedding.
A small yet striking bouquet of fire-color calla lilies is just right for a fall wedding bridesmaid bouquet. Wrap the blazing bouquet in brown ribbon and pair with a pale green dress for a seamless fall wedding color scheme.
Give your reception venue a bold fall look with bright orange and mahogany (we incorporated the color scheme here through wooden chairs and ribbon ties). Deep red tablecloths give this fall wedding color scheme a vibrant, elegant twist.
Bright orange rose petals along with light green hydrangea is a simple way to jazz up a traditional white tiered cake for a fall wedding. Scatter extra rose petals around the cake to create a beautiful display that will be hard to forget.
Try a toned-down take on fall's hues by incorporating softer versions of fall colors. This bouquet for a fall bride -- ideal for an outdoor wedding -- features an assortment of roses, lilies, wildflowers, hypericum berries, and wallflowers in subtle autumn colors, such as pale orange, yellow, and a not-too-flashy pink.
Using natural elements in fall colors instead of flowers at every table will save you money. Red and green shades pop in this graceful arrangement of apples, pomegranates, and persimmons. Add a hurricane vase and candle in the middle of the fruit display and surround by greenery to create a lovely substitute for fall flowers on your reception table.
A combo of classic fall hues found in autumn leaves -- orange, yellow, and red -- make this bouquet bright and cheery. Orange and yellow dahlias mix with fresh green gladioulus to make the base of this colorful bridal bouquet. Orange montbretia, cockscomb, clover, and copper Echinacea add more fall colors, and the bouquet is tied with a plaid ribbon to coordinate with the color scheme.
Bold orange paired with light green -- and a hint of purple -- works any time of year but is perfect for a vibrant fall wedding. To achieve this look, scatter orange rose petals down the aisle and decorate chairs with bouquets of orange roses and green-and-purple hydrangea.