It’s always been my dream to get married in the fall (I know, for someone without a clear idea of what she wants in a wedding, I really seem to have a lot of preferences). Living in New England, it’s the most wonderful time of year, and fall colors are just GORGEOUS.
Of course, I find the typical fall colors beautiful, but I thought it would be fun to introduce some color palettes inspired by more than just the foliage. These more rustic fall wedding palettes are perfect for New England weddings in September and October, when the leaves are changing and the weather is perfect.
Fall Wedding Palettes: Greens, Blues and Oranges
Light Green and Orange Wedding Colors
This green and orange fall wedding palette is inspired by a pumpkin patch, and all of those happy childhood memories.
Muted Orange and Green Fall Wedding Palette
A richer and more demure version of the palette above, the brown and toned down green add depth to these fall wedding colors.
Orange and Blue Fall Wedding Colors
You may not think of blue when you think of fall colors, but I hope this palette shows you how wrong you are (you are wrong, btw). Your bridesmaids are going to look adorable in that blue, and can definitely wear the dress again. Think of the bridesmaids, people!
Red and Pink Fall Wedding Color Palettes
Bright Red, Pink and Yellow Palette
This bold color palette is a bit unexpected, but still undoubtedly autumnal. This is the fall wedding palette for the bride who loves fall, but really just doesn’t love orange or green.
Muted Pink and Purple Fall Wedding Palette
Butterflies seem to come up a lot when looking at fall weddings, which, okay. The internet is telling me that butterflies are still around in fall, so I’ll go with it. The dusty rose anchor of this palette, combined with the other muted tones, makes for a love autumn wedding palette that doesn’t slap you in the face with fall leaves.
More Traditional Fall Wedding Palettes
Muted Fall Foliage Wedding Colors
This is a muted version of what I think of when I hear the phrase, “fall colors.” Toning everything down makes this palette more elegant, and perfect for an autumn day.
Orange, Red and Brown
This is not a Halloween palette. You’re welcome. Red, orange and a warm selection of browns (they’re actually on the cooler side, but do seem warm here, ANYWAY) make for a rich and elegant palette for a rustic fall wedding.