15 Gorgeous Fall Wedding Centerpiece Ideas

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Lately there has been a notable crispness in the air that I haven’t felt in month. That, along with the variety of pumpkin-flavored treats that seem to be popping up everywhere, it would seem that Autumn is upon us. It’s a beautiful season, synonymous with the changing of colors, gorgeous jewel toned fashions, brisk weather and cozy outfits. While some may not think of fall as “wedding season,” leaving spring and summer to hold the title, the vibrant color scheme and cool weather conditions make fall a beautiful time of year to the tie the knot. One of the things about fall is that the season itself lends so much natural beauty that it really makes creating a wedding easy. That doesn’t mean that you have to go with the standard rustic, orange and brown scheme either – although it can be really lovely!

Fall Wedding Bouquets

Fall can be just as much for the women envisioning bright pops of color, sophisticated pallets of dark plum or even the traditional opulence offered by a white color scheme. Centerpieces can be made up of lovely nature inspired bouquets, traditional fall colors or bright pops of daisies, roses and safari sunsets. There are also infinite ways to display the centerpieces: cut low and displayed inside carved out pumpkins, spray painted mason jars, surrounded by tea lights, accompanied with miniature pumpkins, wrapped in burlap or left to speak for themselves inside clear vases in square or round shapes. 

Nature Inspired Fall Wedding Centerpieces

Farm fresh Protea comes in a variety of beautiful shades, accompany it with lush greens and seasonal accent flowers. 

Corn Stalks

This bouquet features farm fresh Banksia and seasonal accent flowers!

Alstoemeria is a flower that comes in a variety of beautiful colors with a unique print. Pair them with mini pumpkins for a natural look.  

Pops of Color Flower Centerpeices

An awesome mix of fall colored, sustainably grown seasonal flowers like Marigolds, Alstroemeria, Safari Sunset, and accents.


I love this retro-modern mix of cut flowers like calla lilies, mums, daisies and more.

One of the great things about roses is that they come in almost any shade, by pairing pinks, oranges and red it’s provides pops of color but still fits in well with fall themed centerpeices.

Elegantly Sophisticated Fall Wedding Centerpieces

Boo Quet
Stunning Orange and White Ranunculus are both delicate and eye catching. 

Orchids are a beautiful wedding flower, lending look that’s elegant and simple. These gold Cymbidium Orchids are perfect for fall weddings.

Roses, spray roses, and daisies create the perfect shades of orange.

Using accessories like burlap and butcher block paper can lend a rustic, fall feel to flowers who wouldn’t ordinarily give off that vibe.

Incorporating White Roses, Ranunculus and Alstroemeria keep this all white bouquet from looking boring and putts off a soft, romantic vibe. 


Calla Lilys are a very traditional, romantic wedding flower. Deep plums, purples and dark pinks play into the jewel tones of fall well. 

Traditional Fall Wedding Centerpieces

Jack O Lanterns
Farm fresh French Marigolds are large flowers that can make an impressive statement! 

 Bouq O Lanterns
Sunflowers are a favorite among fall brides and pairing them with orange-mini pumpkins completes the look.

Cut-to-order Sunflowers, Aster, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, and accents.

Purchasing farm fresh flowers that are in season is a great way to create fall centerpieces and ensure that your flowers are as fresh as possible. All of these gorgeous eco friendly flowers and bouquet ideas come from The Bouqs Company, featuring farm fresh, cut to order flowers. Right now you can Buy 1 bouquet, get 1 free!

This post is brought to you byThe Bouqs Company but all opinions remain my own. 

80 thoughts on “15 Gorgeous Fall Wedding Centerpiece Ideas”

  1. Oh wow…the bouquet of flowers made out of the calla lilies, mums, daisies (the retro-modern mix you called it) is so eye-catching. I love this combination of colors.

  2. These are beautiful flower arrangements. They would be perfect for a wedding or just a call center piece for your kitchen table.


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