When it comes to incorporating fall tones into your wedding day, don’t be afraid to think beyond the typical shades like maroon, rust, brown and dark green. Colors like gold, apricot, navy, plum and even white can make a bold statement for any fall-toned affair while working beautifully across several mediums, from stationery to cakes and dresses and everything in between. Take a look below to see how we styled these fall tones at The Cliff House, and if you’re planning a gorgeous autumn wedding, be sure to Pin these ideas for future reference! Happy planning!
Mustard meets a sunset metallic in this gorgeous golden hue, perfect for tabletops, florals and especially invitation suites. Such a beautiful shade that helps to brighten a space up without overdoing it.
In the Navy
A timeless option, navy is flattering in any bouquet, on any cake and on any body. Don’t be afraid to add in a pop of teal to balance out this darker tone or pair with blush for a more subdued and classic mix.
Regal and intriguing to the eye, plum is a shade we don’t see very often, but when we do, we’re almost always obsessed. This shade works beautifully across so many types of details – even makeup!
Who says white has to be bright and boring? A stark pop of white against an off-white background and mixed in with subtle gray tones makes for an eye-pleasing and understated (but absolutely gorgeous) sophisticated color palette.
Shades of Apricot
Do you prefer your fall tones more cheery and bright? Experiment with apricot, bold and beautiful across the spectrum from peachy to orangey and everywhere in between. We love how apricot plays out in a velvet-textured dress and as an unexpected pop of color on a cake!