10 Insanely Gorgeous Colors To Consider For A Fall Wedding

Who invited you, pink?

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Pastels are an obvious choice for a wedding, but if you're getting married in the fall, you might be struggling over a color palette. We've rounded up some incredibly gorgeous fall color schemes that are perf for your wedding. Pink is cool, but what about terracotta?

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1 Wood
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Keep colors neutral—think whites and creams—and let reclaimed wood pieces stand out. They're perfectly rustic for an outdoor wedding, and can easily be glammed up with some tulle or satin.

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2 Caramel
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Before you immediately scrap the idea of a brown bouquet, consider how gorgeous the rich hues can look. Though it's obvious for a boho wedding, it's actually insanely chic for a more traditional wedding, too.

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3 Wine
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A vibrant, wine-colored bouquet pops against a white dress. For contrast, try light pinks, cream, or even orange.

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4 Forest Green
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All the earthy tones for fall, please! This includes wood, browns, and plenty of sage greens. Go light on flowers and don't skimp on the greenery.

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5 Yellow
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Channel the changing leaves with yellow flowers. To accent your centerpiece, add yellow glasses to your table as well.

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6 Burnt Sienna
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Burnt Sienna is not what you'd typically think of when you think "wedding," but it actually looks stunning next to classic whites. Add in some golds to make it feel more celebratory.

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7 Orange
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Don't feel like orange is going to turn your wedding into a Jack-Skellington inspired soirée—it can actually be chic & rustic when used sparingly, like in candlesticks. Then, contrast it with bright pinks, reds, or purples.

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8 Mulberry
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If you don't want rich berry tones overpowering your palette, add in pops. This single bloom on top of a white and gold cake adds color without overpowering the intricacy of the design.

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9 Terracotta
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The clay hue is how you do pink in the fall. It pairs especially well with greens and whites.

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10 Red & Orange
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Though both colors are bold and can stand on their own, they look especially fall-themed together. Add in some greenery and you'll have the earthy wedding color palette of your dreams.

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