When you’re hosting autumn nuptials, incorporating fall details into the décor comes with the territory. If you’re interested in conceptualizing your big day with autumn inspiration, one of the main elements to consider is your floral design. The hues featured in your wedding’s blooms perhaps best represent the scheme as a whole, and flowers are easy to add to a variety of décor aspects. From your bouquet to aisle runners to centerpieces – blossoms are bound to play a key role.
One of our favorite floral details is the boutonniere: it is perhaps the smallest of items that can include perennials. These accessories typically coordinate with the bridesmaid and bridal bouquets, but do not necessarily have to match entirely. For autumn weddings, boutonniere concepts can contain an array of bold tones and a touch of rustic greenery. To see examples of such designs, see the pictures below from real weddings, and be sure to click on each photo for further inspiration.
Photo by Lucas Rossi
Photo by Jared Platt Photography; Consulting by Amy Mancuso Events
Photo by Image Singuliere
Photo by Vue Photography
Photo by Paige Jones; Consulting by Bluebell Events