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Autumn is at its peak here on Long Island, and it’s impossible not to be drawn to the gorgeous colors of fall glowing right outside our windows. But when planning your wedding, autumn doesn’t have to mean pumpkins, sunflowers and sheaves of wheat—although all three can have their place. Fall easily lends itself to some remarkably sophisticated colors and combinations for your wedding flowers. From a fashionable palette of neutral and nude shades, to reds and oranges, mixed berry shades, deep and dusty greens, cranberry and blue, even blacks and moody dark purples, fall can be one of the most inspiring times of year.

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Tamiz Photography, Mandy Grace Designs

Fall doesn’t have to mean bright colors; pale and neutral shades, sometimes mixed with greens or deep tones, can make a beautiful autumn statement:

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Allegras Studio

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Pinterest/Deer Pearl Flowers

While autumn usually makes us think of changing leaves, deep, verdant greens along with dusty grays have a surprisingly fall feel:

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Photo Credit: Stewart Tabori

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Paula O’Hara Photography, Bella Botanica

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Photography: Kate Ignatowski, Photosynthesis

Shades of peach, orange, and brown are more traditional for fall, but that doesn’t mean they still can’t feel fresh:

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Tory Williams Photography, Floral Design Sarah Bedford

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Tory Williams Photography, Floral Design Sarah Bedford

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Tory Williams Photography, Floral Design Sarah Bedford

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Verbina Ksenia Photography

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Jules Bianchi Photographers

For the groom, a mix of cranberry and blue is attractively masculine for the season:

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Tory Williams Photography, Floral Design Sarah Bedford

It wouldn’t feel like autumn without the beautiful taste of berry, aubergine, and wine:

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Jen Dillender Photography, Verbena Floral Design

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Photo Credit: Jose Villa

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The Little Branch

And finally, the early evenings and the hastening end of the year can imbue in us a desire for the deep, moody tones of purple and black:

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Flowers by Foret Design Studio, Photo by Jose Villa

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Flowers by Bash & Bloom, Photo by My Beloved Photography

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Amanda Marie Photography

 

Are you planning a fall wedding? Call Bella Flowers, and we can work with you to make your most inspired dreams into reality.