A DIY Bouquet to Complete Your Fall Wedding

Jolie Ring / Jolie Band


With leaves turning toasty and the air turning crisp, the enchanting season of fall sets the perfect backdrop for a wedding filled with warm colors, cozy vibes, and rustic charm. When planning a wedding, every detail matters, and one of the most enchanting details that is close and personal to you is your bouquet. You can not only showcase them in a vase after a memorable night but also preserve them with resin or by air-drying. Discover unique ways to create your very own breathtaking fall wedding bouquet. 



Why choose a DIY bouquet?

A DIY bouquet is an excellent choice for several reasons. First and foremost, it allows you to infuse your personality and style into your wedding flowers. You have the freedom to select the exact colors, textures, and types of flowers that resonate with your vision for the day. Additionally, creating your bouquet can be a fun and rewarding experience, bringing you closer to the heart of your wedding preparations.


Choosing Your Fall Color Palette

We start by picking our favorite fall colors. We’re talking all shades of rich, warm hues from creamy white to burgundy red, russet brown, earthy terracotta, burnt sienna, and ochre yellow. These colors will harmonize beautifully with the season’s natural surroundings and get you right in the mood for that autumn wedding. Embrace the season!  



Selecting Your Flowers

Next, choose flowers that are readily available during the fall season. Some lovely options for main flowers include: 

    1. Roses: Roses come in various warm hues like deep reds, oranges, and yellows, making them a classic and versatile choice for fall bouquets.
    2. Dahlias: With their intricate petals and rich colors, dahlias are a standout choice.
    3. Sunflowers: Their vibrant golden-yellow hues add a cheerful touch to any bouquet. 
    4. Chrysanthemums: Available in various autumnal shades, chrysanthemums offer texture and depth.
    5. Calla Lilies: Calla Lilies are elegant flowers that come in deep red, orange, and even dark purple. 
    6. Marigolds: These are small-but-vibrant flowers, often used for a pop of intense orange or yellow in fall bouquets. 
    7. Purple Anemones: With dark centers and delicate petals, the deep-purple anemones are wonderful as main flowers for fall arrangements. 
    8. Lisianthus: Lisianthus is available in shades that complement the fall palette, offering a dainty and lovely addition. 


A few great ornamental enhancements for your bouquet include:

    1. Dried Plume Grass: They add a touch of rustic elegance to fall bouquets, with its earthy tones and feathery texture. 
    2. Dried Pampas Grass: Available in warm, golden colors, evoking the cozy, natural ambiance of fall.
    3. Dried Palm Leaves: They bring a tropical twist to fall bouquets, creating a unique and unexpected contrast against traditional autumn colors. 
    4. Dried Bleached Ruscus Leaves: The neutral tones of bleached ruscus leaves offer versatility.
    5. Baby’s Breath: Adds an airy, delicate touch to fall bouquets, representing the gentle and romantic side of autumn. 
    6. Dried White Tallow Berries: The soft, pure white of dried tallow berries complements the crisp, clean feel of fall weddings, symbolizing the purity of love. 
    7. Hypercium Berries: Available in rich fall shades and infuse warmth and texture, providing a pop of color.



Finally, choose your base to add a little greenery to your bouquet! 

    1. Eucalyptus: Eucalyptus leaves and branches come in various shapes and colors. They add a lovely fragrance and a graceful, trailing effect to bouquets. 
    2. Ruscus: Ruscus leaves are often used as a base due to their lush greenery and heart-shaped appearance. They add fullness and texture to the bouquet. 
    3. Shallon/Salal: Also known as lemon leaf, these are a versatile greenery with glossy, dark-green leaves, providing a rich base and pairing well with a variety of flowers.
    4. Myrtle: Symbolic of love and marriage, these make them a meaningful choice for a wedding bouquet. 
    5. Fern: Ferns, with their feathery fronds, can give a soft, woodland feel to your bouquet. They work beautifully in rustic or bohemian-themed weddings. 



Designing your Bouquet 

    1. Prepare Your Flowers: Trim the stems of your flowers at an angel to your desired length. Remove any excess leaves to keep the focus on the blooms.
    2. Create a Base: Start with a few larger blooms as your focal point and build around them. Add smaller flowers and greenery to create a lush, textured look.
    3. Secure Your Bouquet: Use floral tape to bind the stems together tightly. Ensure the bouquet is held firmly in place.
    4. Wrap the Stems: Finish the look by wrapping the stems with satin ribbon or twine. You can also add decorative pins or brooches for a personal touch.
    5. Personalize It: Consider adding sentimental elements, like a locket or a small photo, to the bouquet’s ribbon for an extra special touch. 


Designing your own fall wedding bouquet is a delightful way to add a personal and heartfelt element to your wedding. With the rich colors and textures of the season as your inspiration, you can create a bouquet that perfectly complements your fall wedding and serves as a lasting memory of your special day. So, embrace your inner florist, gather your supplies, and craft a bouquet that reflects your unique style and the beauty of autumn! 


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