26 Seasonal Fall Wedding Boutonnières
These seasonal accessories would look dapper on an autumn groom or his groomsmen.
Couples searching for a way to embrace their autumn wedding date should look no further than their wedding flowers—especially the groom's boutonnière. It's easy to give these floral accessories a seasonal twist, be it subtle or full-blown. Because they're small, their fall flair won't be overwhelming, but it'll still be noticeable on the big day and in photographs. Whether you choose one to match autumnal bouquets or centerpieces or choose to make them entirely unique, fall boutonnières can be a stunning addition to your celebration.
To mark the changing weather with your lapel accessories, consider selecting in-season blooms. You can also play with colorful fall foliage, or opt for other non-floral components, like sprigs of herbs or berries. Reds, oranges, greens, and yellows give a nod to the trees outside, while saturated pinks, dark blues, and deep purples are also beautiful choices for autumn. For a broader color scheme, try a range of jewel tones, mixed warm hues, or muted, dusty shades. There really is more versatility than you think when it comes to fall boutonnière designs.
These gorgeous fall wedding boutonnières should give you ample inspiration to help you plan your own. If you love more than one style option, know that your groomsmens' boutonnières can be mismatched, and that grooms can wear designs that are entirely their own. Since these seasonal ideas are all beautiful, you can rest assured that they'll be a gorgeous part of your autumn event no matter which you pick. And if you're not sold on what you see here, at least take into account how different floral and greenery components work together, and consider exploring similar color palettes in your own floral accessory.
Foliage in classic autumn colors made these boutonnières exceptionally seasonal.
A single, dark flower contrasted nicely with wispy greenery in this lapel accessory.
This whimsical-meets-rustic boutonnière included a peach-hued ranunculus bloom, berries, leaves, twigs, and more.
This groom accessorized with a leafy arrangement that had hints of red.
These boutonnières mixed thistle, greenery, and orange ribbon.
These accessories included red berries, white blooms, and soft leaves.
This groom wore a boutonnière with a peach-colored flower for his wedding.
These mismatched arrangements featured light shades of orange and pink.
Silvery greenery was chosen for this groom's boutonnière.
These dimensional boutonnières included white flowers and visually-interesting greenery.
We love the dreamy color scheme of this lapel accent.
This boutonnière put the focus on a scabiosa pod.
Pink and purple scabiosa and ranunculus blooms paired prettily for these boutonnières.
This long boutonnière featured a lush, white bloom and a trailing sprig.
Different types of flowers made up the separate boutonnières in this collection, but the assortment was literally tied together with deep-blue ribbons.
Dusty miller made a good accent in this mostly-green boutonnière.
This organic arrangement was loose and green.
Petal Pusher designed this red, light-pink, and green accessory.
This groom wore a metallic boutonnière instead of donning real flowers.
How sweet is the baby-blue ribbon pretty accent on this otherwise red, white, and green boutonnière?
Dark and light blooms were brought together for this balanced boutonnière.
This arrangement had touches of green, red, orange, and white, and featured unique inclusions.
A big white anemone stood out in this groom's autumn boutonnière.
Long, red-tipped leaves and red flowers were the primary pieces in this boutonnière.
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