Future fall brides, this one’s for you! Looking for a way to bring the colors of the season alive on your wedding day without screaming “FALL WEDDING”? How about this burnt orange and dark teal wedding color palette for ya? I am obsessed with this dramatic shade of peacock. It’s moody, a little edgy, and reminds me of rich jewel tones. When you pair it with burnt orange, it’s absolutely perfect for fall. But in order to keep the look far from kitschy, #justsayno to the pumpkins. As much as I love them, they’ll make your wedding look theme-y and no one wants that. Instead, bring that orange alive with flowers. Zinias, ranunculus, dahlias, and even spider mums (you know…if you really want fall) all look amazing when paired with succulents, seeded eucalyptus, and even blue thistle for that touch of teal. Because this combo speaks to a boho vibe, let those florals play centerstage with lush arrangements and dripping bouquets. Accent your day with metallic detailing in the way of gold foil invitations, vintage brass candle holders, and hammered flatware on the tables. Want to bring this color to your bridal party? Think dark teal and black tuxedos for your guys and the same shade of green for your girls. I may have found a new favorite palette for fall weddings because this one is earthy, autumnal, and oh-so-happy!
Check out my Pinterest board for even more ideas in this pretty palette. And then tell me what you think of burnt orange and dark teal! What do you like about this combo? Are you using any of these colors in your wedding day? How so? Comment below!
Or revisit some of my other favorite color schemes!