Post # 16
I had a fall wedding and I still did blush, ivory, and champagne as my colors. Here is a picture of us outside with the fall colors. I really think you can do whatever you want to do as far as colors. We tied in “fall” by having a s’mores station.
Post # 17
I’m a September 2015 bride, and I just picked colours that I liked. We are doing a deep teal blue as a main colour with coral, peach, blush and ivory tones (think just soft stuff in the general coral-y area…no specific shades) and warm metallics (rose gold, gold, bronze, copper) to accent in the florals and centerpieces. I started with a peacock inspired palette, and as it evolved it became primarily the blue of the bridesmaids dresses, with the other shades.
If someone wants the short answer I say teal blue and gold.
It wasn’t planned, but I’m hoping the leaves on the trees are changing because the contrast between the girls dressed and the fall leaves would be amazing!
Post # 18
We’re doing a dark navy and a deep red for our October wedding 🙂
Post # 19
We’re having a fall wedding which is April here. The colours we’ve chosen are dark green (hunter or emerald) and gold. It’s going to be very subtle. Another colour mix I am in love with is green, bronze, wine & blush.
When we first started talking weddings we wanted green and gold (green is both of our fav colours). I didn’t realise that they were fall colours. We also hadn’t decided on a venue but ours works perfectly 🙂 It’s an old house set in a forest and all the colours in their advertising are our colours! Coincidence!
This is our venue:
And these are the colours we’re using 🙂
Post # 20
I’m getting married this October, and we are doing charcoal/pewter for bridesmaids with dark red flowers (with some cream thrown in for my bouquet). My dress is blush so I guess we have a blush and gray and cranberry color scheme. 😃
Personally, I don’t think matching your color scheme to the season is as important to matching it to your venue/level of formality (thus an all black and white color scheme might seem on the formal side for a daytime beach wedding).
Post # 21
We wanted to go a bit different and our hometown does peach festival every year, so we wanted to incorporate it! Peachy blush color with burnt orange and cream with chocolate brown accents
Post # 22
- Wedding: July 2017 - Nashville, TN
Plum and orange for our Oct 9 wedding!
Post # 23
We’re doing greens, creams and metals as well. Our colours would be considered black, cream, blush, sage green and true green with pops of sparkle. Heres an inspo pic
Post # 24
- Wedding: September 2016 - Little Chapel of Flowers
I think charcoal and blush would be awesome together any time of year. But I have to admit I love blush with anything! I am thinking about doing blush with ivory and black.
Post # 25
I think this colour looks gorgeous for fall, not really a red but not exactly a maroon either.
Post # 26
- Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman
We are doing champagne, rose gold, grey, and a touch of navy and wine I believe.
Post # 27
Indigo and violet or pumpkins and gourds or apple colors maybe just black and brown or tan. Happy fall.