15 Fabulous Wedding Bouquets
Peonies, roses, and calla lilies in the prettiest autumnal shades.

Fall brides are lucky because they have best of all blooms to choose from. Celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh particularly loves working with the large and dramatic flowers that are in season, including dahlias, amaryllis, and peonies, which he calls "the queen of all flowers." From bold blooms in a classic palette to exotic flowers in deep and rich colors, any of these fifteen bouquets would be perfect for a fall wedding.

Orange Amaryllis

"If a bride is open to something a little out of the norm, deep, rich colors are a great way to gear toward a Fall look, especially with a touch of greenery in the arrangements." - Eric Buterbaugh, founder of Eric Buterbaugh

Antique cabbage roses and snowberries

"This is an early winter bouquet with snowberries, antique cabbage roses and the first Dutch tulips of the season. I love mixing the smooth, glossy snowberries that look like miniature snowballs with various fuzzy herbal plant life and foliage." -Lewis Paul Miller, founder of Lewis Miller Design

Peonies with textured leaves

"For the fall, very interesting foliage is coming back. I think that it is not only about the flowers, but also about the textures. In my opinion, vibrant colors mixed with faded shades are the fall bouquet color trends.” - Caroline Bailly, owner of L’Atelier Rouge

Prize-winning peach roses

David Austin Roses

Café au Lait dahlias, Juliet garden roses, and Silver dollar eucalyptus

"We love creating autumn bouquets. It’s a real opportunity to use color, and mix the flowers with lots of texture like eucalyptus and antique hydrangeas"- Mark Held, founder of Mark's Garden

White roses and dusty miller

"It’s wonderful working with these flowers because they each come in deep rich colors, making them beautiful for fall weddings, but they also come in pale tones if the bride is going for a more classic look." - Eric Buterbaugh

A bunch of golden orchids


Yellow peonies, Dutch ranunculus, and Rosehips

"Fall feels particularly bountiful, so we also like using blooms that are in season such as dahlias and amaryllis." - Jennifer Juhos, founder of Fiore Designs

Kahala roses and Pieres Japonica buds

Mark's Garden

Purple Dahlias

"During Autumn, I like to add beautiful greenery and leaves to bouquets, to coordinate with the flowers and give them a little bit of an Autumn-edge." -Eric Buterbaugh


Peach Asiatic Lilies


White Roses

"A lot of times, in the Fall when it’s crisper weather, flowers are larger and lusher, and leaves seem to work beautifully toward that time of year."- Eric Buterbaugh

Roses and Calla Lilies


Orange Ranunculus


Celosia, Ranunculus, Cymbidium orchid blooms, and olive and mint foliage

"Textured branches, berries and rich hued foliage always feels autumnal"- Jennifer Juhos, Fiore Designs

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