Looking for autumn decor ideas, perfect for your big day, that balance blazing burnt orange shades with other neutral tones for a sophisticated take on the season? You’re in the right place.
Autumn decor can often become overwhelmingly orange, but it needn’t be. Instead, using these ideas as guidance, use accents of the shade sparingly among other natural tones and enhance your decorative pieces with warm lighting for an amazing autumn wedding that is guaranteed to warm the hearts of your guests.
Wooden crates work beautifully in many reception themes, from boho to industrial, rustic to seasonal. This couple filled theirs with silvery succulents, greenery and a few orange accent blooms for a subtle and gorgeous autumnal design.
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Hanging garlands and honeycombs in a gold and orange palette is one option, but for a more sophisticated hint of warmth, we’re big fans of suspended bulbsor fairy lights. The warm glow will tie in to your autumn decor, enhancing the burnt orange accents, without dominating. And all while creating that glowing, romantic half-light so many couples crave!
Accents or orange and gold tones offer an understated nod to the season, without becoming overbearing or cliche. Pair pretty pastel orange blooms with abundant greenery in jam jars for a pretty effect, or, if you want autumn decor with more silver than gold glow, you’ll love Interflora’s ideas right here.
We’re used to hollowing out pumpkins to carve for Halloween, but how about hollowing them out to use as vases? The miniature varieties are especially cute and come in a range of colours.
Simple additions can be the best. We love the paired-back, rustic appeal of these wooden chairs, decorated with twine bundled into a giant bow. Scatter some autumnal real flower petals on your table tops to complement the look.
Want to see a couple who totally nailed tying the knot in autumn with a beautiful burnt orange colour scheme? Be inspired by Katie and Patrick’s perfect day here.