Grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and cozy up in your favorite warm blanket as we roll out our top 5 Unique Fall Wedding Color Palettes.
Here at Lionscrest, we just love when a new season rolls around and we get to see the latest bridal trends come to life! This collection of unique fall wedding color palettes will tickle your brain and leave you hungry for a marathon pinterest session and a large piece of pumpkin pie!
Fall Wedding Color – Teal and Orange
Warm and autumnal we find this combination to offer up a fresh twist on rustic elegance. This color choice works well with other rich accent like burgundy and deep gold. Incorporating items such as wine barrel tables, warm cafe lights and and a variety of foliage is a wonderful way to welcome your guests to the start of your journey.
Idea: Bring in a signing tree. Guests can sign their name on a leaf as a new take on the traditional guestbook.
Fall Wedding Color – Navy & Marsala
We just can’t get enough of this fall palette.The accents of blush and gold pop like bubbles before our eyes. It truly embodies love and romance and is just so yummy! This color collection is a foodie and wine connoisseurs dream. Its full bodied, multi faceted, and has a very smooth finish. Cheers!
Idea: Wine pairing and cheese board. Use this palette to its full advantage by pairing your favorite wines with your cocktail apps. Incorporating a cheese board will again line up nicely with your bar selections. We recommend reaching out to our dear friend Joan Heddles over at The Cheese Importers in Longmont. Make it a fun food and wine learning experience for all.
Fall Wedding Color – Orange and Plum
Plum perfect! This collection brings in glamorous gem hues with the classic fall orange for a floral treat. So many great options when it comes to decor and playing of the this combo. You can also make it work with a mix of neutral undertones from gray, to beige and even blue jeans.
Idea: Photo Opportunity. By setting up fun fall photo ops around the venue and grounds both you and your guests can take full advantage of some amazing fall foliage photos. Suggested areas include, Maison du Lion, Papa Elmo’s Rock Truck and of course our ceremony lawn.
Fall Wedding Color – Blue and Orange
You can’t be in Bronco country and not bring in a little orange and blue! Year after year, we witness the rebirth of this palette (and team) like a phoenix from the ashes. What can we say, its fun, its fall and always fresh!
When we meet with brides and they tell us about their dream of a spiced cider station, pumpkins by the old rock truck and fall fruit ladened centerpieces we say, yes, yes and yes!!!
Idea: A good way to expand on this fall wedding color palette is to think in tones. Playing with shades of blue and orange can really bring great depth and movement.
Fall Wedding Color – Fall Neutral
Splashes of color are fabulous, no doubt! But if you are looking for the hint of fall in a classic way you can’t go wrong with the dreaminess of metallics with creams, brown and tan.
By weaving together different personalized items and autumnal decor you can create a true masterpiece that conjures up memories of falls gone by. This stunning theme is timeless and beyond.
Idea: Bring in some family pieces to add to the story in your reception space. Vintage photos and frames on a memory table are a great way to include the members of your family who could not be with you on your special day.
Looking for more fall wedding color palettes or want to try your hand at starting a new trend? Go to the Wedding Wire Color Palette Generator and get schooled on what works best for you.
Better yet, come and join us at our Fall Bridal Showcase on October 21st, 2018 from Noon to 3 pm. We promise a fall outing that will leave you inspired, informed and full from the libations and treats!
Thanks to our Fall Wedding Color Capturers!
As always a special thanks to the talented photographers who help make us and our couples look so good. Beth Photography, Elegant Images Photography, Creative Focus Photography Jared Wilson Photography and Emily Forsberg Photography. Additional photo inspiration and boards found at Pinterest.