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While fall weddings are a great time to play with seasonal colors such as orange and red, you’d be surprised just how many color options are available for fall wedding flowers. From light pinks to crisp whites, you shouldn’t feel like you have to go with a traditional fall palette just because you’re getting married at a time when yellows, oranges, and deep reds are all the rage. If anything, I’d try to go outside of the coloring box if you’re planning a fall wedding. I got married in October and had red AND hot pink flowers and didn’t think twice about it. And you shouldn’t either! Greens, whites, purples, and pinks are fun colors that can make any fall wedding pop. That’s not to say you shouldn’t add in those reds and oranges where you can—it’s just that you don’t have to build a centerpiece around them just because it’s fall.
I’ve compiled a few of my favorite fall wedding flowers, below. While certain flowers will ALWAYS be in season (like roses, carnations, and most orchids), these stand out to me as great options for brides looking for either a traditional fall wedding flower or something a little different.
Keep in mind that while some per-stem prices are higher than others (like hydrangeas), you will most likely need less of them because of their size. All prices are from Whole Blossoms unless otherwise noted.
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Are you getting married in the fall? Let us know which type/color flowers you’re planning to have in the comments section below!