Happy November everybody! Can you believe this year is almost over?? With the cold weather upon us and the leaves in all the beautiful colors beginning to fall off the trees I started thinking about Fall weddings. Just so you know….I L-O-V-E Fall weddings!!! Everything about them is beautiful to me. I think I just naturally gravitate to the warm color palette that the Fall lends itself to. However when brides think of a Fall wedding they assume you have to use orange and brown wedding colors but trust me that is not true!! There are so many unbelievable color combinations that are perfect for a Fall wedding you may even change your wedding date just to use these colors! 😉
One color that is typically not thought of as a Fall color is yellow! Using a deeper mustard yellow is amazing paired with gray or even paired with a burnt orange and hunter green. Adding soft whites to both color combinations softens these colors palettes.
For a nontraditional Fall wedding try having an all white wedding with hints of peach and green. Using Fall elements like apples, white pumpkins, and white gourds make this a perfect palette for a Fall wedding even though your are using a lighter color palette than traditionally used.
If you are a girly girl and love pink who says you can’t use pink at a Fall wedding? Just try pairing your favorite shade of pink with deeper red and burgundy toned flowers and accents. Or try pairing pink with a mustard yellow and brown. Also use Fall accessories, like white pumpkins, to accent the Fall wedding theme.
One of my favorite color palettes for a fall wedding is teal and burgundy. It is such a rich and elegant color palette yet unique for the Fall. You can even add shades of purple to this color palette and it looks ah-amazing.
Blues are also a great Fall color. Navy goes great with deep red, burgundy, and orange tones.
When choosing Fall colors don’t be afraid to think outside of the box and choose nontraditional Fall colors. Using Fall accents or outdoor decor elements such as branches and leaves can completely change your wedding from Spring to Fall!
What is your favorite color palette?
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