With fall wedding season here, there are some rich colors that come with this season’s pretty palette. It’s no wonder that fall wedding’s are fast becoming the most popular time to get married—aside from the crisp weather and some of our favorite holidays, the colors that come with the changing of the season make for the perfect décor palette.
Not just the colors that you see in nature (fiery reds, yellows, and oranges), but beautiful jewel tones and deep, dramatic hues are also apropos if you’re having your wedding during the fall months. Here are our favorite seasonal colors you have to have for your wedding—and suggestions on what to pair them with—plus ideas on how you can sneak it into your décor in unexpected ways. Remember, don’t be scared to play around with what you may think are unexpected colors for the season you’re getting married in—sometimes it just takes a little experimentation to get the perfect palette!
Black isn’t just reserved for suits and tuxes! Add it to your tables with candlesticks to pump up the moodiness, or even via your centerpieces—anemones have a black center and are a super versatile flower. Get creative when you’re pairing it with other colors—seriously, don’t be shy! Instead of just going with the expected black and white combo, add in some antiqued gold and jewel tones to make your palette a little more rich.
Apricot may not be the first color that comes to mind when you think of fall colors, but when you use alongside surprising pops of dark red and burgundy (like in these figs and chocolate cosmos) the once spring-y color feels much more fall-y.
Sneak in some navy details via reception decor accessories if you don’t want to go TOO dark. We love the idea of lining your tables with navy blue bud vases of varying sizes and filling them with a mix of white flowers and pretty orange, red, and burgundy foliage.
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Photos: Danielle DeFiore Photography, Anna Delores Photography, Sarah Falugo, Bandbsnest Interiors