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If you’re planning a fall wedding, the number of green color combinations are endless. In addition to your favorites, find inspiration from the leaves changing and seasonality around you. Cooler temperatures inspire autumnal shades of warm vanilla, sage and cherry—not to mention everyone’s favorite fall flavor: pumpkin spice.

We’ve created more than 45 unique fall wedding color palettes to help you pick the best for your season and style. With your fall colors in mind, use it as a guide for everything from wedding party attire,  to cake flavors to the tiniest reception details.

Find your perfect palette by choosing a fall wedding color below. Once you spot your favorite, select the circles to see information about each specific shade to transfer that color to and more.

Choose a Color for Inspiration

Brights

Autumn Orange

Mango

Light Charcoal

Mustard

Why not impress guests with a bright and cheery wedding in fall time? This brighter blend is inspired through a classic autumn orange enhanced with mango and mustard. The colorful trio does all the work, while light charcoal acts as a helpful balance. Perhaps the best part about this color scheme is the wide range of fall flowers that are available in these tones.

Colorful

Red Orange

Dark Lilac

Deep Teal

Caramel

Capture the heart of fall with a red orange hue. As you construct a theme around this main player, branch out with colors like dark lilac and deep teal. While they may seem like unlikely counterparts, they amplify the orange's beauty. To soften the edges of this color palette, tie in caramel throughout your smaller details like ribbons, wedding favors and chairs.

Metallic

Pumpkin Pie

Sage

Faded Black

Antique Gold

While pumpkin pie is a favorite fall dessert, it's also a shade of orange that offers a gorgeous aura to any fall wedding. Hidden in details like tablecloths and floral arrangements, pumpkin pie plays a big role in making this palette elegant. With your personal style in mind, loop in sage, faded black and antique gold for highlights.

Muted

Mango

Pale Peach

Dark Peach

Cream

Here's a fall orange palette with a softer edge. The mango and peach hues join together for a brilliant blend of color. With cream, and even pale peach, you can balance the darker tones for an overall graceful composition.

Monochrome

Autumn Orange

Burnt Sienna

Calico

Banana

Let natural autumn colors be your guide with this monochrome palette. Just like an apple orchard or colorful leaves dancing on the trees, the combination of autumn orange, calico and burnt sienna sends of a warm and cozy vibe. From your table decorations down to the flower girl's dress, you can find splendid hues to match this palette to the T.

Bright

Crimson

Berry

Red Orange

Mellow Yellow

Abundant with color and life, this fall color scheme lets you go big with personality and style. Blend crimson and berry tones, or choose one for your chief color. From there, find ways to add in mellow yellow and red orange. The best accents are often minor, like in a floral bouquet, centerpiece or boutonniere.

Colorful

Crimson

Pine

Stratosphere

Indigo

This color scheme can be wrapped up in two words: rich and vibrant. With the ravishing hues of crimson, pine, stratosphere and indigo, your wedding can be majestic from your walk down the aisle to the last song. Intersperse floral arrangements, bridal party attire and venue decor with this splendid blend of fall colors.

Metallic

Rich Red

Maroon

Denim

Antique Gold

Rich colors are stunning against a fall backdrop. From dresses to flowers to table decor, these hues will warm hearts and turn heads. Play with antique gold and denim as accents for a well-rounded fall color palette. Even a fun shoe color or unique cake decoration can enchant guests and put them in a dancing mood.

Muted

Raspberry

Dusty Pink

Maroon

Sage

For a fall festive look, use these gorgeous tones across your florals, decor and invites. The radiance of raspberry and maroon take center stage, while dusty pink and sage offer necessary balance. Enjoy the fun that comes with using these colors during one of the most beautiful times of the year.

Monochrome

Berry

Dusty Rose

Cherry

Espresso

Make your wedding royal. Integrate berry, dusty rose, cherry and espresso in your bouquet, invites and reception decor. While each element, like your centerpieces, doesn't need each of these colors, ensure you have a balance of the hues within your overall ambience. Guests will be blown away by this rich, colorful combination.

Bright

Turquoise

Sky Blue

Navy

Dark Tangerine

Build an upbeat ambience using sky blue, navy and turquoise. This palette gives you several blue options for bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen suits. Add a magical contrast with dark tangerine in items like your bouquets and table decorations.

Colorful

Midnight Blue

Honey

Pale Peach

Pumpkin

Crisp with contrast, this colorful palette utilizes midnight blue with accents like honey and pumpkin. Choose your bridal party attire first and bring in extra colors through minor details like ceremony decor and table runners. This will leave you with a larger than life feeling.

Metallic

Navy

Dusty Lavender

Gold

Bronze

Showcasing a blend of navy and dusty lavender, this palette is both classic and classy. The rich blue and dainty purple Decorate with finer details like place cards and silverware that sparkle with gold and bronze tones. This color palette feels regal in every sense of the word.

Muted

Faded Navy

Navy

Concord Grape

Fir

Follow Shutterfly's Muted Blue Fall Weddings board on Pinterest.

For a more vintage look, this muted blue color palette allows for a traditional look while still being unique. For example, your bridesmaid dresses can incorporate navy or faded navy, and your floral bouquets can tie in hints of concord grape and fir. These magnificent colors blend together for a ravishing fall feel.

Monochrome

Midnight Blue

Royal

Denim

Silver Lining

Like a serene fall night, midnight blue and royal offers a stunning backdrop and an exciting ambience. Layer your wedding decor with contrast through the lighter tones of denim and silver lining. From the moment guests receive your invite to the time they exit the dance floor, they'll feel the love that's behind your celebration.

Brights

Autumn Orange

Mango

Light Charcoal

Mustard

Why not impress guests with a bright and cheery wedding in fall time? This brighter blend is inspired through a classic autumn orange enhanced with mango and mustard. The colorful trio does all the work, while light charcoal acts as a helpful balance. Perhaps the best part about this color scheme is the wide range of fall flowers that are available in these tones.

Colorful

Red Orange

Dark Lilac

Deep Teal

Caramel

Capture the heart of fall with a red orange hue. As you construct a theme around this main player, branch out with colors like dark lilac and deep teal. While they may seem like unlikely counterparts, they amplify the orange's beauty. To soften the edges of this color palette, tie in caramel throughout your smaller details like ribbons, wedding favors and chairs.

Metallic

Pumpkin Pie

Sage

Faded Black

Antique Gold

While pumpkin pie is a favorite fall dessert, it's also a shade of orange that offers a gorgeous aura to any fall wedding. Hidden in details like tablecloths and floral arrangements, pumpkin pie plays a big role in making this palette elegant. With your personal style in mind, loop in sage, faded black and antique gold for highlights.

Muted

Mango

Pale Peach

Dark Peach

Cream

Here's a fall orange palette with a softer edge. The mango and peach hues join together for a brilliant blend of color. With cream, and even pale peach, you can balance the darker tones for an overall graceful composition.

Monochrome

Autumn Orange

Burnt Sienna

Calico

Banana

Let natural autumn colors be your guide with this monochrome palette. Just like an apple orchard or colorful leaves dancing on the trees, the combination of autumn orange, calico and burnt sienna sends of a warm and cozy vibe. From your table decorations down to the flower girl's dress, you can find splendid hues to match this palette to the T.

Bright

Bright Purple

Watermelon

Majestic Purple

Deep Purple

Using bright, majestic and deep purple, you can create a full color scheme, inclusive of your bouquets, reception decorations and bridal party attire. Pull in watermelon as a playful accent, used sparingly throughout your decor.

Colorful

Majestic Purple

Pumpkin Pie

Light Cherry

Lilac

Delicious and vibrant, this combination of majestic purple with colorful accents makes for a rich, luxurious feel. Lightening and backdrop material can encompass your venue or you can be more subtle in your coloring by emphasizing table clothes or centerpieces. Don't forget to balance the strength of the majestic purple with pumpkin pie, light cherry or lilac.

Metallic

Dark Purple

Pastel Blue

Light Sand

Gold

Details and colors change the whole aura of a wedding. Choose this color palette for a delicate and elegant atmosphere. The dark purple takes center stage, while the accent colors add depth and provide splashes of personality. The gold and light sand highlights, in place cards or on tables, bring a sparkly edge to your celebrations.

Muted

Lilac

Deep Velvet

Nude

Pale Seafoam

From the ceremony to the final call, harmonize your wedding celebrations with a soft fusion of lilac and deep velvet. From gorgeous fall blooms to flowing dresses, these colors are bound to enamour the whole crowd. Soften the look with nude and seafoam details, like in your boutineers and dessert decorations.

Monochrome

Violet

Dusty Grape

Pale Lilac

Tranquility

Layer your wedding decor with depth through a purple color scheme ranging from violet to tranquility. Fresh fall florals come in many shades, making it easy to bring this color scheme to reality. Use purple tablecloths, napkins, cake icing and wall decor to make your reception match your florals and invites.

Bright

Spiced Mustard

Fresh Aqua

Dark Spruce

Boysenberry

Illuminate everyone's fall with a wedding that's full of spiced mustard, dark spruce and fresh aqua tones. This unique combination is lively and fun while still looking chic and composed. For your smaller details or lettering on invites and place cards, use a boysenberry tone.

Colorful

Spotlight

Ultramarine

Red Orange

Autumn Orange

Bring out the cheerful aspects of autumn with a vivid color palette. The way spotlight yellow interacts with red and autumn orange is like the sun shining on a forest full of fall-colored trees. Ultramarine offers a playful contrast that can be used in both large and small ways across your wedding decor and bridal attire.

Metallic

Blonde

Pumpkin

Steel

Antique Gold

Go regal and classic with a color scheme that glimmers and glistens. This luminous blend of blonde, pumpkin and antique gold will have guests mesmerized the whole night through. To balance the colors, introduce a steel color. You can utilize this hue for centerpiece candles, eye shadow color and the guestbook.

Muted

Vegas Gold

Burnt Sienna

Silver

Midnight Blue

Stepping away from a traditional yellow is vegas gold. Used with burnt sienna, it creates a chic vintage aura. Highlight your decor with silver and midnight blue for a sharp look that many guests haven't seen before.

Monochrome

Goldilocks

Burnt Sienna

Tangerine

Chocolate

Autumn naturally displays yellow tones and they can be the inspiration behind all of your wedding designs. From the vibrant hue of tangerine to the more subtle feel of goldilocks, this color scheme is bright, but not too overpowering. Tying in burnt sienna and chocolate make it feel earthy and organic.

Bright

Deep Fuchsia

Wine

Strong Red

Deep Green

Fully radiant, these strong pinks show up with power. From the dresses to the flowers, this combination makes for a robust fall mix that won't go unnoticed. Keeping in line with the bold motif, let deep green chime in for a necessary accent.

Colorful

Ballet

Mango

Light Navy

Blush

For a more airy fall feel, incorporate ballet and blush into your entire attire and decor—from your dresses to your dinner plates. Insert mango and light navy as contrasts in your smaller details like invite lettering or drink bar table decor.

Metallic

Salmon

Deep Sea

Light Maroon

Bronze

Choose rich tones, like this light maroon and salmon to set the stage for your wedding scheme. While they're both in the pink family, they offer something special, especially when layered together in a bouquet or centerpiece. Bronze can be added for extra elegance and deep sea can provide more contrast if desired.

Muted

Ceramic

Autumn Red

Sunkissed

Sprout

The extraordinary tones in this color palette feel luscious and light hearted simultaneously. The softer tones of ceramic and sun kissed provide a smooth backdrop to the dark features of autumn red. You can even add in sprout for subtle contrast, like in boutonnieres, ties, shoes and table decor.

Monochrome

Dusty Pink

Berry

Maroon

Champagne

Bright

Citrus Green

Deep Turquoise

Denim

Evergreen

Citrus green, deep turquoise, denim and evergreen clamour together in this playful blend. Different than other fall color schemes, this one is bright and brilliant with tones from both the earth and sky. Allow your creative spirit to shine as you determine how these tones will be featured on your special day.

Colorful

Deep Green

Burnt Sienna

Dark Maroon

Bubble Gum

Capture the natural dark tones of autumn through this colorful palette of deep green, burnt sienna and dark maroon. Through bouquets with robust personality and gorgeous bridesmaid gowns, create the wedding of your dreams through the richness of this color scheme. If you're looking to add a fun accent color, try bubble gum: it will surely pop!

Metallic

Dark Jade

Divine Grape

Silver

Bronze

Let beauty encompass your whole day with a bold shade of dark jade. In your bridesmaid dresses, ties and table runners, you can make dark jade the showstopper. For breathtaking accents, try silver, bronze or both. Bring in the playful color of divine grape if you're looking for an extra flare of fun.

Muted

Dark Sage

Stone

Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin

While our eyes might be drawn to the pumpkin accents in this color scheme, the main players are dark sage and stone. More of a vintage or chic color palette, this lighter green allows for an effervescent aura that all of your guests will adore. Best used in florals and table decor, the two pumpkin tones allow for personal flavor.

Monochrome

Burnt Olive

Moss

Sage

Canvas

Like enchanting forests and rows of olive trees, your wedding can feel like a green wonderland. The darker tone of burnt olive provides a strong presence that can be balanced with moss, sage and canvas. Enjoy the magical journey of planning a fall wedding with a wondrous green monochrome palette.

Bright

Black

Pine

Sea Green

Majestic Purple

Utilizing black in your wedding doesn't mean your festivities will be without color. This exciting color palette offers greens and majestic purple to accent everything from the dresses, shoes, ties, candles and desserts. Just ensure you create contrast with the black color so your celebrations don’t appear to overwhelmingly dark.

Colorful

Black

Dark Purple

Light Maroon

Emerald

For a tremendously rich color scheme, ban together dark purple, light maroon and emerald. Watch your guests be wowed by the romantic aura of these tones. From candles to glassware and jewelry, you can find the most spectacular ways to maximize all the colors seen here.

Metallic

Black

Chocolate

Pumpkin

Bronze

Want an audacious yet classic look for fall? Layer bronze and pumpkin against the darker hues of black and chocolate for a look that's both bold and beautiful. Most importantly, remember to balance the light and dark throughout your reception decorations and ceremony, so your day is more majestic than dark.

Muted

Alloy

Ocean Blue

Deep Purple

Warm Vanilla

Pull in the stronger tones of deep purple and ocean blue as you design your wedding day decor with this scheme. Utilize the alloy as a mainstay or as a frequent accent, ensuring that it's present but not overpowering. Warm vanilla can also be intertwined to create balance and offer a light contrast.

Bright

Milk Chocolate

Navy

Charcoal

Cream

Think back to a recent time you savored a creamy chocolate bar. Capture that deliciously luscious feel by establishing milk chocolate as a vital color in your wedding palette. To bring in an extra happy vibe, integrate navy, charcoal gray and cream into your decorations and bridal attire. Easy ways to involve multiple colors are in your centerpieces, floral arrangements and wedding favors.

Colorful

Chocolate

Royalty Red

Midnight Blue

Blood Orange

These chocolate tones pressed up against royalty red, midnight blue and blood orange look so delicious, it's hard not to dig right in. Plenty of fall flowers offer options within this palette, and you'll have no trouble finding other complementary details for your venue decor and bridal party accessories. This theme seems to say rich, vibrant and delicious all at the same time.

Metallic

Nut Brown

Cargo

Espresso

Gold

Working together like an all-star team, this array of colors complement and support each other so well. From dashing bridesmaid dresses to stunning suits to gold-trimmed invites, this palette is bound to enamour guests. Have fun joining all of the details together with this effortless fall color scheme.

Muted

Burnt Sienna

Dark Walnut

Stone

Champagne

The gorgeous brown tones of burnt sienna and dark walnut remind us of nature's trees, acorns and leaves. Like a gift from mother earth, this color palette is as natural as they come. Loop in stone and champagne for exquisite accents that enhance the radiance of the wood tones.

Monochrome

Chocolate

Nut Brown

Toasted Marshmallow

White Shores

A handsome arrangement of browns, this color palette makes any festivity feel warm and earthy. Guests will feel at ease as they enter your ceremony and reception. As you create contrast with the lighter tones of toasted marshmallow and white shores, don't be shy to add pops of other colors to show your personal style.

Bright

White

Khaki

Autumn Leaves

Ochre

Light up the lives of every guest with a fall color scheme that's truly vibrant. The autumn leaves and ochre colors in this array remind us of fall forests and fresh pumpkin patches. Use these hues in your floral arrangements or in your bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen's attire. Most importantly, let the white shine through as a brilliant burst to your day.

Colorful

White

Light Maroon

Coral

Dark Pine

Coral and light maroon are two colors that offer options for exquisite flowers during the autumn months. Use these to inspire your color scheme, keeping white as a constant throughout your bridal attire and event decorations. Dark pine in this color palette can act as a highlight in bouquets, centerpieces or for the names on your place cards.

Metallic

Canvas

Blackberry

Light Olive

Bronze

Using the canvas color as the backdrop to your fall wedding, you can incorporate a range of colors that can speak to the type of wedding you wish to have. Will it be classic, modern, chic or rustic? Whatever you decide, you can find blackberry, light olive and bronze details to make your dream a reality. From the color of your lipstick to the lighting in your venue, this color scheme will bring cohesion and beauty to each special piece of the celebration.

Muted

Champagne

Pale Seafoam

Sand

Dark Khaki

Looking for a softer vibe for your fall wedding? Pick up champagne as a main color and intertwine it with grays, like sand and dark khaki. Splash in a fresh feel with pale seafoam and you'll have a balanced scheme that lets love and peacefulness take center stage.

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