Orange and green for a fall wedding? Nothing unusual there. But toss in some mustard and the look gets an instant visual kick to it—just like the actual condiment spices up a dish! The overall look is fresh and inviting (i.e., rustic with a modern style), ideal for a daytime ceremony in the lovely autumn outdoors with lots of DIY touches. Or at least that’s the inspiration we drew from these images showcasing various combinations of a Fall Wedding Palette in hues of orange, moss green, and mustard. Come take a look!
Spice It Up with Orange + Green + Mustard
We love how this palette allows you to bring in the well-loved elements of the season, while spicing them up a bit color-wise. You’ll see what we mean as we ooohhh and aaahhh together over the details we found.
How can you not include a wreath in some form at your autumn nuptials? You could use it as a charming graphic on your wedding invitations, ceremony programs, place cards, and favor tags. Or you could have mini ones as chair adornments, napkin accents, or perhaps escort card holders. We’ve even seen flower girls holding floral wreaths in place of the usual bouquets or baskets.
At the ceremony, your wedding party will definitely make heads turn with your bridesmaids wearing cheery mustard-colored dresses and carrying bouquets of fall greenery. For what flowers and foliage to use, we also have some truly unique fall bouquet inspiration you can check out.
Meanwhile, the aisle decor could line your walk beautifully with hanging bunches of orange roses and soft green hydrangea. Or garlands of nosegays of orange and mustard blooms strung on sage-colored ribbon.
At the reception, welcome guests with a whimsical ‘Mr. & Mrs.’ signage. We love how this example plays up the autumn ambiance with wooden elements, twine ties, and country-style bunting made from strips of patterned fabric and cotton lace.
And of course, your wedding cake can be an absolute stunner—bringing in the orange, moss green, and mustard through a cascade of flowers gracing its layers. The autumn accent here? A wood slab cake pedestal, encircled with the same charming florals.
Are you envisioning this palette spicing up the look of your own wedding this fall? What a happy, heartwarming scene that would be! But if you haven’t decided, stand by for the next gorgeous Fall Wedding Palette in our series.
Bride and bridesmaids – via Bridewell (attributed to Where to Get Engaged)
Floral aisle decor, from BHG.com
Plantable invitation – Botanical Paperworks
Wedding cake – Jenna Henderson Studios via Wedding Chicks
Mr. & Mrs. sign – Anna Page Photography via Wedding Chicks