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Sunflowers, roses, dahlias, and mums (okay, basically any flower that blooms in a shade of yellow, burgundy, or orange) are some of the most popular options for fall wedding bouquets, and we won't argue that they're stunning! We've created this roundup with our favorite bouquet ideas for anyone having an autumn wedding — whether you're looking for traditional arrangements or ways you can spice up your fall wedding bouquet, like boho chic feathers and statement-making proteas. If you find something you love, be sure to share it with your wedding florist (find one in your area right here) so that they can use it as inspiration when creating your one-of-a-kind arrangement.  

Check out these trendy, steal-worthy fall wedding bouquets. 

Oh, Honestly

Rich jewel tones

Combine dark purple and burgundy blooms with contrasting white and pink flowers for a bouquet that's dramatic yet soft. The feathers and leafy agonis in this arrangement give it a subtle bohemian vibe.

Bloomin' Rose Flowers

Eye-catching sunflowers

If sunflowers are a non-negotiable for your fall wedding, try a colorful bouquet like this one. We're loving how the yellow looks next to the fuchsia, green, and blue accents! Ask your wedding florist to use wildflowers and foraged greenery to create a rustic, farm-inspired look.

Zelo Photography

Small-scale style

A pint-sized posy of lilac and ivory blooms is a great choice for your bridesmaid or flower girl bouquets. Succulents and dried wheat stalks are spot-on for fall! 

Floressence

Romantic pinks

Dahlias make us swoon every time, and this stunner is no different. A giant cafe au lait dahlia will be the centerpiece of your bouquet and looks amazing alongside garden roses, ranunculus, and greenery. 

Sunflower & Sage Floral

Organic & elegant

For a picked-straight-from-the-garden effect, try a hand-tied bouquet. The asymmetrical shape of this arrangement feels relaxed and natural, with velvet and silk ribbons adding a hint of opulence. 

Floral Design by Maria

Earthy neutrals

Go modern and simple for your fall wedding bouquet with a neutral color palette. This neutral arrangement is far from boring — the combo of succulents, dried proteas, eucalyptus, and fresh roses give it plenty of texture and dimension.  

Apotheca Flower Shoppe & Tea Chest

Pop of yellow

This cheerful color is one of our favorite hues of the moment. Give your bouquet a burst of energy by adding warm marigold yellow flowers, like the chrysanthemums and roses seen here. 

Marie Monforte Photography

Garden roses 

Roses are always in season and can look beautiful in any type of arrangement, but when it comes to fall wedding bouquets, they're especially pretty when paired with lush greenery and burgundy blooms. These peach David Austin roses are utterly dreamy! 

Little Hill Floral Designs

Shades of ivory

Monochromatic white flowers are forever a classic choice. This autumnal bouquet of roses, pieris, hellebores, and eucalyptus is sophisticated and ethereal.  

Breanna White Photography

Vintage-inspired lantern 

Looking for something totally unique? Instead of a traditional fall wedding bouquet, try carrying a flower-filled lantern, which would be perfect for a vintage or rustic wedding theme.

Simplified Celebrations

Long ribbons

For an artistic look, finish your bouquet with ribbons that hang long and loose. Lightweight fabrics, like gauze and raw silk, will blow in the breeze as you walk

Root Gather Events

Sunset hues

You can't go wrong with red, yellow, and orange — this golden hour-inspired palette is a no-brainer for fall wedding bouquets.

Persephone Floral Atelier

Dramatic draping

Hello, gorgeous! A cascade of fuchsia amaranthus and smilax vines will catch everyone's attention as you walk down the aisle. Pair a cascading bouquet like this one with a voluminous ball gown for the ultimate fall glam look. 

Westdrift Manhattan Beach

Hints of blue

Dusty blue is a subtle yet sweet accent color for your fall wedding bouquet. This chic arrangement includes thistle and viburnum berries in muted blue tones. 

Jamielyn Craft Photography

Foraged branches

This one is for all of the free-spirited brides out there: a bouquet filled with foraged branches is bohemian and unexpected (and undeniably cool). The blush and red color palette keeps the arrangement soft and romantic. 

Kerry Patel Designs

Soft pastels

Who says pastel colors are only for spring weddings? We're in love with this pretty blush, ivory, and green bouquet. The hints of dark pink make it feel appropriate for the autumn season.  

Willow & Wine

Pincushion proteas

Pincushion proteas are a playful and modern accent to classic roses and scabiosa, but somehow, it all works! The added greenery creates a cool abstract look that suits any boho bride. 

Blue Ribbon Weddings

Succulents

These plants are some of our favorite year-round accents (get more succulent ideas right here!), but they look especially lovely in a fall wedding bouquet. Pair succulents with greenery and hypericum berries for an eco-chic vibe. 

Erin Ashley Design

Trailing vines 

Create an ultra-romantic look by accenting your fall wedding bouquet with flowering vines that trail down from the edges. Some of our favorite vine options include clematis and jasmine. 

Tobey Nelson Events and Design

Structured shape

Speaking of vines, even the dried ones can serve as a gorgeous accent to your wedding bouquet. This architectural bouquet includes dahlias, chrysanthemums, thistle, and ferns molded around a halo of grapevine. 

Lauren Brown Photography

Feathers

Not a huge fan of flowers? No problem! Feathers, wheat stalks, and greenery are all trendy alternatives to over-the-top blooms. 

The Garden Studio

King protea

King proteas were made for the statement-loving bride. One is all you need to add the "wow" factor to your fall wedding bouquet. We love how this one is paired with dark red flowers and airy greenery.  

Color Theory Collective

Ombré effect

Combine dark and light flowers into one bouquet by using a subtle ombré effect. Look closely and you'll see how the lightest flowers are clustered to the right — with a pop of blue delphinium for good measure — while the darker blooms are on the left. This elegant arrangement proves that not every bouquet has to be symmetrical!

The Little Garden Spot

Blue & burnt orange 

Embrace this unique fall wedding color palette by adding blue thistle and dark orange roses to your bouquets. Soft eucalyptus and blush pink hues tone down the blue and orange flowers, giving them a more versatile look that's still unexpected.  

 

Ardent Rose Floral Design

Floral wreath

If you're really feeling adventurous, skip the handheld bridal bouquet and opt for a bridal wreath instead! Wreaths and hoops are trending in wedding decor, but they make a total statement as bridal accessories, too. This one features orange fall foliage. The best part: When you're tired of carrying it, you can simply loop it over your arm! 

Sebesta Design

Bigger is better

As the saying goes, go big or go home! Oversized bouquets have been trending for several seasons now, but they still make our jaws drop. This bouquet style is typically asymmetrical and even a bit untamed at times, which is what gives it so much personality. But if you don't like the asymmetrical look, a giant rounded bouquet offers the same oversized effect while being a bit more reigned in. 

Forest and Field Creative

Forest vibes

For a bouquet that has a woodland-inspired look, go heavy on the greenery and wildflowers. Add dried accents, like thistle, and a dash of color for a truly enchanting, picked-from-the-forest result.    

Patchwork Planning

Dark & moody

The dark and moody wedding trend is perfect for fall brides. Offset a bouquet of blush dahlias and white carnations with rust-colored amaranthus, blue viburnum berries, and purple agonis.  

Gideon Photography

Farm-inspired accents

Tomatoes in a wedding bouquet? Why not! Take advantage of the seasonal harvests by including fresh veggies or herbs in your floral arrangements. This non-traditional idea is surprisingly photogenic, and it's especially great if you're getting married at a farm or pastoral venue that supplies its own produce. 

Jamie Rae Photo

Colorful foliage

Put an autumnal spin on any bouquet by including a few well-placed branches of fall foliage. 

Melissa Timm Designs

Cascading shape

A cascading wedding bouquet is traditional with a twist. For fall brides, we love the lush look of this peony and rose arrangement accented with thistle, amaranthus, and seeded eucalyptus.