Bring a splash of autumn color to your wedding with these pretty fall-inspired bouquets.
1 of 10Photo: La Dolce Vita Studio
Orange Calla Lily Bouquet
The bride chose vibrant orange calla lilies for a stylish bouquet.
2 of 10Photo: Kate Headley
Fresh Foliage Bouquet
To achieve a wild, gathered look with this bouquet, designer Andrea Gagnon of LynnVale Studios used white hydrangea and dahlias, green tea roses, lime green zinnias, and foliage from viburnum and 'Silver Drop' eucalyptus—all grown on her own farm.
3 of 10Photo: Katherine O'Brien
These loose and natural bridesmaids' bouquets included roses, succulents, and eucalyptus.
4 of 10Photo: Kate Headley
Loose Floral Bouquet
Drapey dahlias and seeded eucalyptus give an unstructured feel to this bouquet–perfect for and outdoor wedding.
5 of 10Photo: Photography by Vanessa
Orange and Red Bouquet
A monochromatic bouquet of orange and red roses, orchids, tulips, and ranunculus adds a punch of fall color.
6 of 10Photo: Landon Jacob Productions
Bold Sunflower Bouquet
For a bold and glamorous look, combine bright jewel-toned flowers with accents of metallic gold.
7 of 10Photo: Austin Gros
Creamy Rose Bouquet
Creamy fragrant roses, mixed with dusty miller and variegated foliage, make a fresh, cool color palette.
8 of 10Photo: Ali Harper
A simple lavender bouquet is perfect for an elegant affair.
9 of 10Photo: Stephen Karlisch
Indian Summer Bouquet
Inspired by the warm days in early autumn, garden roses, chamomile, cranberry virburnum, and wild grasses and oats come together with a vintage mustard-colored, velvet ribbon.
10 of 10Photo: Stephen Karlisch
Berry Delight Bouquet
This vibrant bouquet is perfect for a black-tie affair. Garden roses, clematis, scabiosa, gomphrena, and eucalyptus and 'Mona Lavender' plectranthus foliage are bundled with a deep purple silk moiré ribbon.