Cool nights, cozy sweaters, and pumpkin spice are just a few of our favorite things about fall — besides weddings of course! With the luscious, colorful foliage and mellow weather, autumn is a popular time for weddings in Minnesota.
When it comes to your fall wedding color schemes, think about colors that reflect the season like dramatic moody hues and earth tones. To help get you started, we’re showing three fall color palette ideas perfect for choosing your bridal party attire, decor, floral, and more!
Orchid, Taupe, Eucalyptus, Copper
There is something so calming about warm neutrals, and these tones fit perfectly for a fall wedding. A creamy off-white and taupe are beautiful as alternating wedding party colors and gorgeous in floral design. Copper is a great metallic alternative for your wedding welcome sign holder or tabletop decor. Sprinkle in some deep evergreen tones in fashion and centerpieces for a well-rounded color combination.
Beige, Terracotta, Juniper, Shadow
This dreamy boho palette is inspired by this real wedding feature. Dark orange is HOT in weddings and will be for some time. It’s a flattering color for just about everyone and there are so many ways to incorporate it into your decor and floral. Pair this tone with beige and other neutrals to complement fall’s earthy tones as well as hints of greenery and a dark gray to add a bit of depth.
Shimmer, Sage, Forest, Plum
Greenery tones are perfect when thinking about fall wedding colors — especially if your ceremony is outdoors! To make sure you don’t go overboard on the greens, add in a deeper fall color as well as some metallic accents. Sage and a forest green floral and fashion pair perfectly with plum tones and light gold.
White, Crimson, Amber, Coal
This fall palette is classic and could even work for your winter wedding and is versatile enough to pair with a modern or more traditional affair. Pitch black and crimson are a beautiful and timeless combination and there are so many ways you can incorporate it into your fall wedding. Splashes of this deep red are gorgeous in bouquets and boutonnieres and pair great with amber and subdued white tones. Check out the full wedding featured below here!
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