20 Fall Wedding Colors 2022 — Fall Wedding Color Schemes

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Choosing a color scheme for your wedding day is no joke. I mean, I can’t speak from experience, but I do spend a fair amount of time on Pinterest and struggle even Without a ring on my finger. So Cheers to all in the deep midst wedding preparationBC who knew choosing tablecloth covers could cause such panic?!

The 2022 wedding is actually breaking world records in terms of the sheer number of weddings taking place, and it just so happens, according to ~wedding data~ 17 percent of all weddings are planned in October. That’s right, fall weddings are the most popular of all parties, so there’s a little pressure to make your celebration special. Whether you’re planning your own weddings, b) running the best MOH the world has ever seen, c) just casually pinning your wedding stuff for your big future day as you scroll through the hinge, we’ve got you covered.

Here are 20 stunning fall wedding colors, with plenty of options any time you and your boyfriend make up officially official.

1. champagne

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No matter the season, you can’t go wrong with a champagne color scheme. It’s the perfect ~neutral color for fall, and if you want to upgrade things, add bolder colors like salmon, rose gold, or even burgundy if you’re feeling up to it.

2. Dusty blue-green

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This dusty blue was a big deal for the spring 2022 wedding season, and the trend is clearly going to continue into fall. The color scheme is proof that your wedding decor doesn’t have to be too much of a match. Mix things up using different shades of sage and teal, and give your girls the same color with a colorful mix of bridesmaids dresses.

      3. Caramel and apricot

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      Early fall is truly the best season ever, and this caramel and apricot combo is out for all the hardcore PSL fans out there. Sprinkle some shades of apricot into your flower arrangements, or weave caramel colors throughout your stationery suite.

      4. Black, burgundy, and purple

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      If rich, deep undertones are the desired vibe of “I Dos,” may I pique your interest in this moody nightstand? This would be great with an outdoor wedding or a very rustic look. Perhaps you have burgundy bridesmaids, groomsmen in black suits, and purple accents in your table decor? just a suggestion.

      5. Bright yellow

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      Hear me: Who wants to miss out on the summer sun at your wedding? Nobody, so let’s get the best of both worlds here. Consider using different shades of yellow as a way to brighten up your big day. It is also the brightest color of them all and represents happiness, optimism and hope. cue decorations. Oh! Yellow shades will also suit the changing seasons.

      6. Black and white

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      If you are a fan of the classic and clean look, go for the black and white color palette. It screams sophisticated and elegant without overdoing it. You can also get creative by adding touches of deep, dark floral or incorporating some kind of golden sparkle into the mix. There is no way to understand this color scheme!

      7. Warm jewel tones

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      Indulge in romance with the lush shades of eggplant, marsala, and poppy (yes, those are their real names). Ask the bridesmaids to choose a dress in one of those colors, and elevate the before on a simple table with dark red and purple ornaments and flowers.

      8. Dark green and white

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      Are you planning a wedding that is far from winter? Fill in the seasonal divide with lush hues of hunter green against a clean white palette. Best for a modern indoor wedding, foliage accents can be added to tablescapes, aisle runners, and flower bouquets.

      9. Pumpkin, sage and cheeks

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      Bend all the way into fall with a color palette to match those gorgeous color-changing trees. Perfect for an outdoor wedding, this scheme brings foliage vibes to your bridal party looks. You can also add real leaves as a special language to your cake and banners.

      10. Rich shades of purple

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      Royal feeling? Pair an instant princess dress and tiara with a color scheme befitting Meghan Markle. Go nuts for peaches and eggplant, and incorporate rich tones into your stationery, florals, and even your signature cocktail (fresh berries, anyone?!).

      11. Mustard and natural vegetables

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      Elevate the scheme a bit with a chic shade of dusty yellow. Best for an industrial setting, the color can be celebrated in sunflowers, wedding party wear, and stationery. Then pair it with super-calming vegetables.

      12. Navy and Gold

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      Go classic with timeless shades of navy and gold. Set the sparkling tone with gold foil invitations and save the dates, and add more gilded accents to place cards and banners. (No one said fall couldn’t be cool, bb.)

      13. Merlot, peach, and sage

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      Throwing rustic banter? Choose a beautiful shade of peach, balanced by dark red and natural green. The complementary trio can be rolled out in bouquets and centerpieces – plus you can add touches of, you know, truly Peach and sage In applications and cakes passed (plus Merlot obv, especially if you’re having a vineyard wedding).

      14. Boysenberry and white

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      Do you want the best colors that highlight your dress that is unmatched in your life? These deep tones will make this white tart pop. Plus, it’s versatile enough that you can have your bridesmaids mix and match their dresses too if you want to.

      15. Emerald and Pink Shades

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      Rose season is all year round, you know. Add greenery to every touch of your wedding—hello, floral-print charger plates—and add delicate dahlias to bouquets for a romantic feel. Keep the floral theme entirely in the fall with a green velvet table runner, too.

      16. Classic navy and chestnut blues

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      Imagine the sea breeze in your veil as you say “I do”? This dark ocean piece might be perfect for you, especially if you have a quick wedding date in late September. Bring blues into all your office supplies and table settings, and save the burgundy color for bouquets, ties, and bridesmaids.

      17. Hunter green and shades of red

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      Are you the type to shy away from brighter colors, but don’t want to settle for any muted shades? Here’s a very nice compromise for you. It will provide a great pop of color that is still appropriate for the season.

      18. Clay Orange and Dark Red

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      Earth tone stan rejoice! This color palette works flawlessly together, and these shades really go with any pumpkin/fall leaf decor you might want to incorporate. (Also, these are some great color options for bridesmaids dresses and groom accessories.) Hey, if you’re going for fall wedding vibes, why not go all out?

      19. Gray and white

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      This chart definitely relies on the cooler side of the spectrum, and that’s what makes it so special. You can add it to bouquets and the best part is that it is so versatile, whether you are looking for an industrial look or more of a romantic wedding. This ambiance is very classic and elegant, and will add a sophisticated element to the whole event.

      20. Burnt Orange and Ivory

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      Looking for a match made in Autumn Paradise? It’s these shades and your fall wedding. The off-white color will compliment the main event (bride of the bride) while not distracting too much from the dress. And while the name Burnt Orange doesn’t really sound like a great color, this tone is everything!!

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