15 Fall Wedding Bouquets

Orange wedding bouquet on the stone
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Spring is filled with soft pastel palettes; summer was designed for all things bright and bold; and fall always feels so appropriate for more moodier hues. Although we never quite want to release our grasp on spring and summer and all of the flowers that peak during both seasons, we’re embracing fall (and all of its blooms!) with open arms.

The key to planning a wedding during any time of year is to enjoy the process and your soiree’s season. It’s a concept that is so much easier said than done; however, a little research goes a long way, particularly when you’re thinking about your floral budget. If you’re wondering why your budget is evaporating much too quickly, it may be because you have fallen in love with out of season blooms (hint: peonies are in season in late spring!). So, we suggest doing your research when choosing your date to ensure your go-to flowers are in season and planning in advance. Take note of the flowers you see at farmers markets, in the grocery store, and in personal and professional gardens. 

These 15 fall wedding bouquets offer a peek into some of the prettiest in-season blooms so you can get inspired for your own big day, no matter your style.

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    Bountiful Leaves Bouquet

    Bountiful Leaves Bouquet
    Nhiya Kay Photography

    One of the most quintessential fall sights is witnessing the leaves on trees changing color, and we love how leaves in shades of gold and orange served to brighten up this fall bouquet. If you like the look of foraged elements, leaves are a great option!

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    Classic Anemone and Rose Bouquet

    Classic Anemone and Rose Bouquet
    Corrin Jasinski Photography

    Anemones and roses are both in season in the fall, and this bouquet by Courtney Inghram is a beautiful nod to classic, timeless style. The inclusion of garden roses in rich shades of red pair beautifully with the white anemones and roses, and the dusty blue ribbon is a beautiful finishing touch.

    Tip

    Visit your city’s botanical garden for more inspiration. The flowers you see in the gardens are likely flourishing because the time you’re visiting coincides with when they typically bloom.

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    Bright Celosia and Dahlia Bouquet

    Bright Celosia and Dahlia Bouquet
    Timmester Photography

    Celosia offers a wonderful textural quality to bouquets, particularly in fall when this filler flower is in season. It looks even brighter when paired with dahlias in the same fuchsia shade.

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    Fall Hued Sunflower Bouquet

    Fall Hued Sunflower Bouquet
    Lindsay Docherty Photography

    Sunflowers never fail to make us smile. Their peak blooming season is late summer into early fall, and the blooms are clad in fall colors while still offering a nod toward summer’s bright palettes. This Love 'n Fresh Flowers bouquet is made even more beautiful with its dahlia pairing.

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    Rustic Zinnia Bouquet

    Rustic Zinnia Bouquet
    Love ‘n Fresh Flowers

    If you’re planning a rustic wedding, zinnias are a fantastic option. The best bet with this fall bloom is to leave your color palette open to interpretation by your florist, especially if your florist is Jennie Love from Love 'n Fresh Flowers. Zinnias bloom in a wide variety of colors, and they look particularly beautiful when many shades are paired together with greenery.

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    Bohemian Rose Gold Bouquet

    Bohemian Rose Gold Bouquet
    The Rowlands

    The blooms in this bouquet are almost all in season during fall, especially the anemones and roses, but it’s the painted ferns that are the most eye-catching in a beautiful rose gold. If you like the look but would prefer a different color, copper is another great option for your bohemian bouquet.

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    Cheery Yellow Bouquet

    Cheery Yellow Bouquet
    Priscilla Valentina

    Whether it’s bright or muted, yellow is, by far, one of the cheeriest colors. This bouquet keeps yellow as the main color, but it also beautifully incorporates shades of orange and red. The proteas are a definite draw, as well as the berries and roses.

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    Mustard and Blush Dahlia and Rose Bouquet

    Mustard and Blush Dahlia and Rose Bouquet
    Katie Slater Photography

    Fall is the peak season for dahlias. There are so many gorgeous varies, but Dinner Plate Dahlias are some of the most well-known thanks to their large size. This dahlia bouquet is absolutely stunning with its mixture of mustard tones paired with shades of blush.

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    Blush and Burgundy Dahlia Bouquet

    Blush and Burgundy Dahlia Bouquet
    With Love & Embers

    There is something so gorgeous about a palette filled with shades of blush and deep red. These shades are suitable for weddings of any style, and this bouquet feels like such a classic piece. The blush Dinner Plate dahlia stuns on its own, but it looks even more beautiful because it’s paired with celosia and roses.

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    Anemone, Snowberry, and Succulent Bouquet

    Anemone, Snowberry, and Succulent Bouquet
    Caitlinn Mahar-Daniels

    Anemones, snowberries, and succulents are three more in-season fall options, and here they are combined expertly in this tight bouquet. This floral piece feels elegant and timeless without losing an ounce of style. 

    Tip

    Succulents, while very trendy for wedding bouquets, can be pricey. You may want to consider using them sparingly if your budget is getting tight.

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    Red, Yellow, and Orange Mum Bouquet

    Red, Yellow, and Orange Mum Bouquet
    Red Fly Studio

    If ever there was a flower synonymous with fall, it has to be mums. Because they’re most often spotted potted outside of homes, they may not register as a great bloom for a wedding bouquet. But the mums in this bouquet beg to differ: they add a fun touch of whimsy, and they’re paired beautifully with dahlias, berries, and plenty of greenery.

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    Classic Rose Bouquet

    Classic Rose Bouquet
    Katie Stewart Photography

    This rose bouquet is so classic and completely romantic. Roses are in season all year long, including fall, and this bouquet beautifully mixes standard and garden rose varieties together in shades of blush and red.

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    Red Calla Lily Bouquet

    Red Calla Lily Bouquet
    Kismet Visuals & Co.

    Calla lilies are another in seasonal fall favorite. The bright red calla lilies in this bouquet completely stand out, and they look lovely mixed together with more in-season blooms, including roses, berries, greenery, and spider mums.

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    Romantic Pink Carnation Bouquet

    Romantic Pink Carnation Bouquet
    Brody Tan

    Carnations are some of the most underrated flowers, and are often overlooked because they're so affordable and easily accessible. At first glance, this bouquet looks as though it’s filled with peonies, but blush carnations are stealing the show instead. Carnations are always in season, and they are budget friendly. Stems with larger flowers will look far more eye catching, and tying the bouquet with ribbon is another great way to up the romantic design factor.

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    Bohemian Clematis Bouquet

    Bohemian Clematis Bouquet
    Megan Robinson Photo

    A fall wedding bouquet can really be enhanced with the help of clematis. These blooms have an organic, wild feel about them, which looks gorgeous when paired with greenery, berries, and more. The fact that this bouquet is tied with ribbon also completes the bohemian look perfectly.