29 Fall Bridal Bouquets That Are Beautiful Beyond Words
Autumnal hues meet breathtaking blooms.
Delivering the latest in style, inspiration, helpful tips and tricks, and everything else you need to know to plan the perfect New England wedding.
Getting married in the fall? Make your grand entrance all the more gorgeous with inspiration from these romantic, autumn-ready bouquets, designed by local florists for recent weddings across New England.
For this early October wedding at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, the bride requested a modern bouquet with a foraged look. Andover’s Les Fleurs delivered with an autumnal arrangement that included king proteas, roses, astilbes, and hanging amaranthus.
At this low-key, seaside wedding at Newport Beach House, the bride carried a bouquet of roses, snowberries, feather celosia, and Queen Anne’s lace by Leslie Lee Floral Design.
For a mountaintop wedding in Maine, Bad Rabbit Flowers designed a vibrant bouquet featuring roses, mums, zinnias, and dahlias.
Bride Bridget’s Salem Country Club wedding took on a moody vibe, which Lotus Floral Designs channeled in a bouquet of ranunculus, dahlias, amaranthus, hydrangea, jasmine vine, and other flora.
Sunflowers (as well as orchids, ranunculus, and spray roses) made a cheerful appearance in this bouquet Garden Designs by Kristen made for a bride tying the knot in September at Moraine Farm.
For their fall festivities at Oceanview of Nahant, a couple chose a coral and burgundy color scheme, which Jeri Solomon Floral Design matched with a bouquet of shimmer roses, dahlias, calla lilies, scabiosa, eucalyptus, and hydrangea.
At this woodsy October elopement in Yarmouthport, the bride carried a bouquet created by Botanique Cape Cod with roses, scabiosa, lisianthus, and ranunculus.
When Taylor and Matt tied the knot at Hardy Farm in Fryeburg, Maine, the bride carried a free-flowing arrangement by Lotus Floral Designs that featured king- and blushing bride proteas, privet berries, astilbes, burnets, and more.
Autumn takes a colorful turn in this high-texture bouquet by Whiled Flowers, which featured chocolate cosmo, burgundy scabiosa, orange ranunculus, and Queen Anne’s lace, among other flowers and greenery.
Laura Jean Floral Design’s client requested a bouquet filled with orange-hued blooms for her Boston elopement. The florist obliged with an arrangement of locally grown dahlias, amaranthus, lisianthus, ranunculus, anemones, rose hips, and seasonal greenery.
For a wedding at Shady Lane Farm in Maine, Bad Rabbit Flowers used artichokes, zinnias, garden roses, celosia, button mums, and other flora to fashion an enchanting garden-inspired bouquet.
This boho bride walked down the aisle at her parents’ Lake Winnepasaukee home carrying a lively arrangement of dahlias, amaranthus, roses, cosmos, jasmine vines, and more, put together by Lotus Floral Designs.
Using mostly locally sourced blooms, Birds of a Flower created a bouquet that included roses, jasmine vines, anemones, sweet peas, and ranunculus for Erica and Tim’s wedding at the Farmhouse Inn in Vermont.
Zinnias, foxgloves, and clematis vines take center stage in this pink and red bouquet that Greenlion Design made for a Willowdale Estate celebration.
Taking cues from the surrounding fall foliage, Bad Rabbit Flowers brought together snap dragons, milkweed pods, mums, roses, and more for this woodland wedding.
Moonset Farm kept the flowers airy and pastel-hued at this Stone Mountain Arts Center wedding in Brownfield, Maine, where the bride carried dahlias, dusty millers, gomphrena, roses, and orchids.
This oversized bouquet by Bad Rabbit Flowers was perfectly wild (and oh-so-romantic) with garden roses, foraged greens and grasses, chocolate ammi, and raspberry greens.
For the flowers at her wedding aboard the Majesty, a Boston Harbor Cruises ship, bride Melissa called upon Stapleton Floral. The team in turn designed a bouquet that featured roses, freesia, sunflowers with the petals removed, gold-tinted plumosa, and brown feathers.
At this October affair at Hildene in Manchester, Vermont, bride Rachel carried a bouquet designed by Lily of the Valley Florist with roses, calla lilies, and dahlias in vibrant hues.
Bride and chocolate-cosmos-lover Allie wanted her wedding décor to feel cozy and nature-inspired, without looking overtly autumnal. So, Whim Events took her bouquet in a greenery-heavy direction with pops of orange and abundant texture in the form of pampas grasses, chocolate cosmos, ranunculus, and astilbes.
For an early September wedding at the Weekapaug Inn, Hana Floral Design’s Yumiko Fletcher used pampas grass and blush-toned cafe au lait dahlias to create a bouquet that would feel appropriate for the transition into fall.
When this bride planned her Lenox Hotel wedding, she asked Jeri Solomon Floral Design to create an arrangement featuring orange and red flowers. The end result incorporated pincushion proteas, roses, and leucadendron.
This vivid, playful bouquet created by Lotus Floral Designs features roses, dahlias, and ranunculus as well as succulents and snowberries that surprise.
This early September wedding at the Connors Center took on a garden theme. Bride Kristina’s bouquet, arranged by Whitemoss & Twigs, fit the look with a cheerful collection of dahlias, garden roses, ranunculus, orchids, and anemones.
Millie Rochon, of Whitemoss & Twigs, used quicksand roses, cafe au lait and burgundy ball dahlias, and proteas to create this ultra-romantic burgundy-themed bouquet for a wedding at Willow Spring Vineyard in Haverhill.
Kinship Floral brought all things rosy to bride Jenny’s bouquet for her wedding at the Lenox Hotel, with roses (of course) as well as dark foliage and grey silver dollars.
Ivory hues play the starring role in this arrangement by Hana Floral Design, but pops of mauve and bordeaux add an autumnal feel. Winterberries, astrantias, and astilbes, meanwhile, add a major dose of texture.
The bride at this Wychemere Beach Club wedding carried a large bouquet by Leslie Lee Floral Design featuring both fresh and dried blooms including blushing bride proteas, bleached ruscus, toffee roses, and pampas grasses.