Today I’m showcasing our final Fall Wedding Inspiration color palette, burgundy! Hopefully you’ve already had a chance to check out my Sage Green and Burnt Orange color palettes for inspiration. I’ve really enjoyed putting this together and would love to know which look is your favorite!

BURGUNDY/CHARCOAL GREY/PEACH/ANTIQUE GOLD:

If you’re wanting a romantic wedding style, this is your color palette! Burgundy by nature is such a rich color, but paired with either a warmer color combination of peach and antique gold, or a cooler combo of slate gray and even silver, it’s stunning! This color palette is great for winery weddings (of course!), ballroom weddings, and outdoor tented weddings. Because it is such a bold color, be sure to use it sparingly as not to overwhelm everything with such a heavy color. Consider grey bridesmaid dresses, cream linens or floral arrangements with subtle pops of burgundy.

FLORALS:

You can’t go wrong with these incredible burgundy blooms! If you’re looking for a modern arrangement, consider adding deep maroon calla lillies. There are a number of dahlias in this color palette to choose from, and you can add in pops of peach with garden roses. So beautiful!!!

TABLESCAPE:

I love the idea of burgundy escort cards with gold calligraphy or adding fruit to your arrangements such as purple grapes and figs. Even the charcoal grey candlesticks are a great touch and give you the option of going with a slightly darker tablescape. There are different color palettes in each of these images, yet all of them look elegant and perfect for a Fall wedding.

DETAILS:

It’s easy to over-do this color, so again, look for small areas to add a pop of burgundy. I LOVE the idea of the groom wearing a burgundy tux (so regal and fashion forward!), or one colored velvet couch in your lounge vignette. Something unexpected that your guests won’t be looking for, but as they scan the room everything looks cohesive and sophisticated.

For more inspiration, and credit for all of the images above, check out our Pinterest boards. Today we highlighted pins from one of our real weddings, our Marsala + Baby Blue board, as well as our Tablescapes and {Fall Weddings} board. I hope you’ve enjoyed the Fall Wedding Inspiration I’ve shared this week. I absolutely love to design weddings for this season and I had a blast putting this all together. Happy Fall y’all!

xoxo,

jen