10 Festive Fall Fruit Wedding Decor Ideas
The only thing better than indulging in all the delicious fruit and veggies that fall has to offer is to use the gorgeous natural bounty as a part of your wedding decor! We love the idea of incorporating gorgeous fall fruits into your bouquets and centerpieces to give them a seasonal spin.
Fall Picnic Vibes
The bright green apples contrast perfectly against the black and white cloth in these cute table number baskets. Not only are they a fun way to guide your guests to their seats but they double as healthy late night dance floor snacks, too!
You may have to remind your guests that these lush tiered arrangements aren’t actually the appetizer course! We love how the fresh fruit against the polished silver gives the table a unique rustic elegance.
This vibrant pomegranate-laden centerpieces goes with a casual fall effect thanks to the addition of pine cones. Spend an afternoon at a nearby park collecting those off the ground and buy your pomegranates in bulk at a warehouse for some seriously stunning — and affordable! — fall arrangements.
Squash Vase Centerpieces
How GENIUS is this wedding decor idea!? Instead of using a piece of fall fruit inside your centerpiece, try using it as your vase instead! Just scoop out the insides for an effortless and totally unique centerpiece idea. Don’t forget to roast those squash seeds with a spice mix for your wedding favors!
Whimscial Apple Bouquet
We’re getting major Snow White vibes from this dramatic apple-infused wedding bouquet. It’s romantic, playful and packed full of other seasonal favorites that’ll add just enough autumn to your walk down the aisle.
Dutch Still Life
This artfully-arranged centerpiece reminds us of a Dutch still life painting from the Renaissance. In other words, it’s a total work of art and deserves to be framed (at least in a photograph on your mantel, anyway).
If you’re not an apple fan, persimmons are another seasonal fruit that will look so elegant on your reception tables with their bright color and shiny skin. We especially enjoy how these are set against pale green-gray dusty miller so that they really pop.
Autumnal Apple Arrangement
The apples hanging from the bottom of this strikingly full arrangement mimics an apple tree, laden with ripe fruit ready for picking. It’s modern and cool— we can see it working especially well for a hotel or art gallery affair.
Red Apples and Red Roses
What’s more classic than a red rose? A red apple, of course. Put the two together and you’ve got a uniquely classic bridal bouquet that’ll look stunning set off against a pure white gown.
Wildflower Grape and Pear Combination
Pale green pears and grapes peek out between dramatic swaths of florals and greenery in this oversized centerpiece. There’s an effortlessness to the way this one is arranged, as though the elements were found growing together in nature, which makes it all the more awesome in its originality.