There’s something a little more romantic and magical about a fall wedding. The changing colors of the leaves, the cool breezy autumn air, and the cozy feeling of the season all make for a wonderfully idyllic affair. When it comes to fall wedding décor, we can’t get enough of the warm colors, rustic touches, and autumn foliage. If you want to tie in your seasonal theme in a pretty DIY-able way, a fall bouquet is the perfect choice. You can make your own beautiful bouquet with fresh fall flowers in just a few simple steps. We love a neutral, natural approach in the fall, and this ivory bouquet packed with greenery looks fall-focused without the expected autumnal color scheme. Some good tips for creating your own bouquet: go for random placement of the varying flower types, criss-cross the stems as you insert them in the vase, stay with a defined color palette, use greenery like eucalyptus to fill and hang over the sides, and leave the bouquet in water as long as possible before the photographs and ceremony. You’ll have your homemade fall wedding bouquet in no time!