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Fall Bridal Bouquet Ideas with a Creative Vibe

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Orange flower bouquet

Looking for inspiration for your fall wedding bouquet? But don’t want to be limited to oranges and browns, or have to include maple leaves? No worries! We’re sharing four fabulous bouquet options for you to consider! They feature such an appealing range of colors, materials, textures and even non-florals that you’ll certainly find an idea to spark your own bouquet creation for fall!

So Simple Yet So Creative

Fall bouquet like wheat, lavender, and succulents

1 – If it’s a bohemian or rustic flair you’re aiming for, this sheaf of wheat bouquet is one way to make a stylish statement! Unadorned except by a wrap of white ribbon and a bit of lace, it’s striking in its simplicity. Available from the etsy shop Which Goose (found via Smart Bride Boutique), it captures the natural charm of fall so perfectly!

2 – “Grandma chic” is how JL Designs described this lovely vintage-style bouquet they created. It features an unusual combination of purple artichokes, fresh blackberry branches, pieris, plum colored cotinus leaves and fountain grass. These are all wrapped in a cuff of linen ribbon and then overlaid with different kinds of crocheted lace. Chic indeed!

3 – How can you resist the charm of a simple all-lavender bouquet like this one? Photographed by Charlotte Geary, its beautiful lilac color plus its sweet fragrance are so distinct that a bunch of these sprigs needs only a twist of white ribbon with a hint of bling to complete the look. Do visit the full post for an entire array of bouquet inspiration of all kinds!

4 – This whimsical woodland arrangement found on A Floral is a fascinating mix of colors and materials. As they describe it, it includes thistle stems, some curly willow, orange and purple gerbera daisies, purple calla lilies, dark berries, green fiddleheads, echeveria and sedum picks, a magnolia stem, and swan orchid stems. What a striking result! And we love how this post is part of their Build A Bouquet series, so you can recreate this yourself!

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