Fall Wedding Boutonnieres and Corsages
Leave the summery style behind with these fall wedding ideas.
Is your favorite fella in need of a boutonniere for your autumn wedding? Does your mom deserve something a little special to wear as she walks down the aisle? Here are some gorgeous fall boutonnieres and corsages to inspire these small floral details. From woodsy to vintage, these boutonnieres and corsages leave the summery flowers behind in favor of autumnal style.
Think outside of the floral box by incorporating less traditional pieces into your boutonniere. Above, this rustic boutonniere features berries and acorns. Below, this berry and pine cone boutonniere would work beautifully at a jewel-toned fall event.
Want to DIY a berry boutonniere? Below, this detail is affordable and easy to create!
Not every fall boutonniere has to scream falling leaves and harvest festivals. Above, if your fall wedding’s color palette uses creamy neutrals and pastels, use those colors in the flowers and then add something with a lot of texture, such as cotton. You could also use herbs and wildflowers, and take it a bit more vintage with the use of twine (below, left). If you are using traditional oranges and yellows, you can always be a little bit playful with boutonnieres and incorporate the colors cheerfully, such as with this heart-accented boutonniere (below).
Corsages are slowly making a big-time comeback. No longer relegated to the prom and Easter Sunday with grandma, corsages are a fun way to not only honor treasured guests at your wedding, but also to serve as bouquet substitutes for your bridal party. Below, these lush flowers in shades of berry and brick are perfect for a jewel-toned fall wedding and add just the right pop of color and drama to the bridesmaids’ off-white dresses.
Are you having a totally boho fall wedding? This corsage below uses succulents and hops to create a completely unique and vibrant aesthetic.
Pink and berry can be a really luscious color palette for a fall wedding. This ankle corsage (never seen one before, but now that I have, I love it) and wrist corsage (below, right) prove that pink and red clearly do not have to be reserved for summer!