The charm of a fall wedding is irresistible. The rich colors of nature, cooler temperatures, and beautiful sceneries make it one of the most ideal times to host a wedding. Fall wedding colors usually involve colors of harvest and on the warm side of the color wheel. From earthy hues to rich jewel-tones to romantic pastels, anything goes this fall. To get some ideas, have a look at these fall wedding color combos we are loving!
Dusty Orange + Sage
boho, rustic, chic
There is no denying that autumn comes with some gorgeous and stunning inspiration for fall wedding colors. If you are a lover of orange, but wonder how to include such a vibrant and bold color in your palette without it becoming overwhelming, try a more muted shade. Unlike the traditional orange of fall, dusty orange is softer and feels so much more elegant. When paired with sage, not only do you get a wedding palette that feels like fall, but you get a color combination that is chic, elegant and sure to awe your wedding guests.
Cake | Winifred Kriste Cake
Blankets | Pinterest
Table Runner | Moss Hound Designs | Etsy
Bride + Bridesmaids | Bethany Small
Wedding Invitation | Lily Wedding Collection | Seventh and Anderson
Navy + Silver Sage
romantic, delicate, vintage
There is no doubting that silver sage will continue to be a trending wedding color for 2020. Soft in tone, it gives you the opportunity to bring nature to your big day with wonderful flowers and foliage. When paired with the deep, rich tone of navy blue and a vibrant gold, you get a wedding color combination that is romantic, elegant and vintage all in one.
Navy Blue Heels | David’s Bridal
Tablescape + Dresses | Bethany Walter Photography via Every Last Detail Blog
Wedding Cake | Oh Best Day Ever
Wedding Invitation | Lindsey Wedding Collection | Seventh and Anderson
Navy, Sage + Copper
rustic, elegant, modern
Step aside gold and silver, there is a new metallic in town – COPPER – and I’m loving it! Like navy, copper is a color that can lend itself well to any wedding style. Choose a polished finish and you’ll get a look that is glamorous and elegant. Go for a more aged or matte finish and you’ll get a rustic or industrial feel. Either way, when paired with navy blue and sage, you get a drool worthy fall wedding color combination .
Cake | Live View Studios
Groom’s Suit | Lauren Balingit Photography
Copper Glasses | Every Last Detail
Place Setting | Maria Grace Photography
Wedding Invitation | Hatfield Wedding Collection | Seventh and Anderson
Navy, Wine + Gold
regal, luxurious, elegant
Navy blue – it’s stylish, it’s elegant, it’s peaceful. It has been a hot wedding color for the past few years and will continue to be a trendy color in 2020. There is no denying that navy blue is a rich color that pairs well with many colors, making it a great neutral for your wedding color palette. For fall or winter weddings, pair it with a deep, luxurious wine and you’ll always have a classic match.
Etched Mirror | Rudy and Marta Photography
Bride + Bridesmaids | Sara and Ben Photography
Wedding Cake | Sweet Weddings Cake Design
Tablescape | Stout Studios
Wedding Invitation | Olivia Wedding Collection | Seventh and Anderson
Mulberry + Marigold
modern, stylish, glam
Mulberry is a deep, raspberry color with an incredibly rich quality, making it a show stopper for any fall wedding. When paired with marigold, you get a striking contrast you’ll positively adore when putting together your wedding decorations. To keep it from becoming too overwhelming, choose another color like green, to work into your flowers. With a few very well placed touches of shimmering mulberry, you’ll achieve a positively dreamy combination. The opportunities are endless when working with these two unforgettable colors.
Wedding Cake | Dolly’s Sweet Sensations via Every Last Detail
Tablescapes | Lambrie Floral via Every Last Detail
Wedding Dresses | Laura Barnes Photography via Every Last Detail
Wedding Invitation | Hailey Wedding Collection | Seventh and Anderson
Autumn is a season of deep, luxurious colors and incredible inspiration for fall wedding colors. Whether you gravitate towards the soft and romantic, the signature fall shades, or the metallic hues, you’re sure to have a wedding palette worth falling in love with.