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You basically can’t go wrong with jewel tones, and that’s why they continue to be popular fall wedding colors year after year. Add colors like burgundy, navy blue, dark purple, and green to your palette for a regal vibe. Gilded accents, such as flatware, candlesticks, and table chargers bring shimmer and romance to a jewel tone tablescape.
Burgundy & Gold
This is one of the most versatile (and foolproof) fall wedding palettes. Whether your
Mauve & Gray
Pastels are traditionally springtime wedding colors, but who says you can’t do them for fall? Instead of bright robin’s egg blues and peachy pinks, opt for
Amber & Sage
If you like the idea of neutral fall wedding colors but don’t want to go full-on ethereal, add a touch of bold amber yellow. It was done here with amaranthus in the centerpieces, but you could also use table linens,
Rust & Blush
Ivory & Purple
Take a cue from fall fruits like grapes and figs by adding
Gray, Red & Green
Speaking of fruits, apples are another unexpected source of inspiration for your color palette. We especially love this idea for rustic weddings! If you’re getting married on a farm, vineyard, or orchard, you might even be able to source produce from the venue. See more reasons why we love fruit in wedding decor
Navy & Gold
Having a classic wedding? Navy and gold are the perfect fall wedding colors for any sophisticated fête. These hues are timeless and elegant without feeling too basic. Leave them as-is, or incorporate pops of burgundy and burnt orange throughout your decor for added warmth.
Brown & RedR
Red is commonly paired with bright orange, especially for rustic fall weddings. If you want something that’s pastoral with a twist, we’re crushing on this red, black, and brown combo that feels just as appropriate for any countryside wedding.
Orange & White
If you’re dreaming of a
Pale Blue & Yellow
This airy color palette would be perfect for a wedding taking place during that transitional window when it’s not quite summer anymore, but not quite fall, either. Warm yellow hues stand out against an almost-monochromatic tablescape of whitewashed wood, pale blue linens, and clear glassware. Avoid veering into
Emerald & Moss
Use shades of green to create a gorgeous two-tone color palette. Sophisticated emerald looks extra-chic when paired with a mossy hue. This combo would be stunning for an
Raspberry & Green
These wine-inspired tones are some of our favorite fall wedding colors for anyone