I love a fall color palette. This season brings rich, deeper warm tones that are a dream to design with! As the leaves start to brown and fall to the ground autumn brings a new feel.
People are ready to start to feel cozier, for a slower pace in life, staying in with the fire roaring. You can create a warm, cozy feeling with the right color scheme and design at your wedding.
The first step if you already have your venue should be to look at what colors will work with your venue. Then think about the season and theme of your day.
If you have a favorite color or one with special meaning this can be a good base color to start with and build a palette with. Use your venue and season to add your extra colors to create a complete color scheme.
Head to my wedding color palette guide for everything you need to know about choosing your wedding colors.
If you are planning an autumn wedding then you have picked a great time of year! With fall flowers to work with and the stunning change in nature, I really do believe it is great to plan a wedding.
Go and visit your venue during autumn so you know how it will look on the day. This is hugely important if you are getting married outside or have lots of glass windows. The nature around will change in autumn and this should play a part in the wedding colors you chose.
Also, think about how the change in weather may affect your guests. What items can you include in your day to help your guest feel more comfortable? Offering indoor areas, blankets, and warm drinks. Guest experience should be the front of mind always so make sure you think about having a fall wedding affects them.
Fall brings warm shades and nature gives us the perfect palette to work with.
Reds, oranges, yellows, and greens will all be available from your florist. Picking a mix of these colors for your wedding is a great way to get an earthy feel. Speak to your florist about flowers available, look at their colors, and how you can use that to build your color scheme.
There are so many great colors for a fall wedding! I love shades of orange, red, and yellow. You could also go for muted shades like grey or navy.
The best time to have a fall wedding is September or October. This is when the leaves are changing color and the weather is still mild.
October nature will have truly changed and the richer colors will be in full swing. A rich, warm, and moody palette is perfect for October. Head to our October wedding color palette blog for some ideas.