What does Fall mean to you? Beautiful scenery, warm colors, and temperate weather? Fall weddings are amazing! The colors are so vibrant; it’s a perfect time to get married!
From green leaves to blackberry bushes to acorns, many beautiful things in nature can inspire your Fall wedding color palette. And if you’re looking for a Luxury wedding, you can’t go wrong with green, black, and neutrals—they’ll give your wedding an elegant and timeless feel.
We like to think outside the box when it comes to event designs. Luxury weddings can be classic, garden-inspired, or even modern. It depends on your vision and what you want your wedding to represent.
There are so many amazing possibilities for Fall weddings between the colors, the season, and the event styles. And it can be hard to decide which one is right for you. But don’t worry, we’re here to help!
We’ve curated the perfect fall wedding color palette for you, using luxury’s most popular colors. And we’ve also included some of our favorite wedding event styles to inspire you.
- Green, Black, and Neutrals colors can make your Fall Wedding pop no matter the event style!
- Use green as your dominant color, and then add pops of black and a neutral color to complement the perfect outdoor garden party.
- For a more classic look, use a neutral as your base with green and black as your accent colors.
- For a sleek and modern look, stick to using all three colors in equal parts throughout your decor.
Colors! Colors! Colors!
Colors are the life of weddings! They set the mood for your wedding and help create an unforgettable experience for you and your guests.
Everything can be tied together with a beautiful color palette, from your flowers to your bridesmaids’ dresses to your decor.
You’ll agree that choosing the right color theme for your big day needs all the thought and attention you can put into it. You want to be sure that the color scheme you choose reflects your personal style and celebrates the season’s natural beauty.
The choice is totally up to you. You can choose a traditional look with muted colors or a more modern approach with brighter hues. Either way, we’ve got you covered!
Here are some of our favorite Fall wedding color schemes for 2023:
Make your Wedding a Splash of Green, Black, and Neutrals Affair
This color scheme will make your day if you want something a little out of the ordinary.
It’s unique and luxurious, and it will make your wedding stand out.
Green is a popular wedding color because of its association with nature and the outdoors. And when combined with black, it provides a stark contrast that makes everything pop. You can’t get a better representative of coolness and nature.
Add in some neutrals like cream or taupe, and you’ve got a luxury color palette that is perfect for Fall. You can use this color scheme for a classic, garden-inspired, or even modern wedding.
It’s all up to you!
While Green and Black in the right amount and combination can make for a royal ambiance, too much of it can make your decor look a little too Halloween.
So be careful with the amount of black you use, and consider adding in some good neutrals to break it up.
For example, you could use black as an accent color and green and cream as your primary colors. Add in some pops of color with your flowers or bridesmaids’ dresses, and you’ll have a luxury color palette that is perfect for Fall.
You can also apply this color scheme to your wedding stationery. Black and green are Luxury colors that will make your invitations look amazing. And if you want to add extra luxury, consider using gold or silver foil paper.
There’s no telling what you can do with this color palette. But one thing is for sure; your guests will be impressed.
Here are some of our favorite combinations for green, black, and neutrals:
1. Green, Black, and Taupe
If the exotic look is your thing and you are looking for a way to wear your rich black and green colors. Then this combo is definitely for you! Taupe can mute the colors just a tad, giving your decor or outfit the right look.
It is one of our choicest colors to pair your black or green color with. The good thing is that it comes in different shades, from light to dark. How you combine it all depends on the overall look you are going for.
For example, you could add a touch of taupe to your bridesmaid’s or groomsmen’s attire. You could also use it as an accent color on your wedding cake or invitation.
Note that taupe is a perfect way to elevate your wedding theme without going overboard.
2. Green, Black, and Ivory
This combination is perfect for couples whose color preference tilt toward colors more aligned to nature.
Green and black are perfect for creating a decadent vibe, while Ivory helps to tone it down and give it a more classic feel. You can use this color combination for decor, invitations, wedding cakes, and your bridal party attire.
For example, you could go for a beautiful green and black wedding cake with Ivory accents. Or you could have your bridesmaids wear green dresses with black sashes and ivory bouquets.
3. Green, Black, and Cream
The cream is another great way to tone down the intensity of your green and black Fall wedding color scheme.
Green and black are always stunning together. Add a touch of cream to your green or black wedding attire or decor, and watch the whole look come together beautifully.
From your Suit to your bridesmaids’ dresses and groomsmen’s attire, there is so much you can do with this color scheme to make your wedding one for the books!
4. Gold, Green, and Black
This combination is a striking Fall color scheme perfect for modern couples. By introducing Gold to your green and black color scheme, you can take it from great to glamorous instantly.
This color scheme is best for a Gatsby-themed wedding or any other modern Luxurious event. Not only is the green and gold combination outstanding, but it is also a pleasant reflection of the changing leaves in Fall.
So, if you want to add a touch of luxury and glamor to your wedding, this color scheme is for you!
5. Green, Black, and Beige
Introducing the warm royalty of beige to your green and black color scheme will give your event a more organic look and feel. This combination is all you need to create a magical wedding with a modern and traditional slant!
This particular color combination can create a sense of old-world luxury and new-world sophistication. Setting your outdoor ceremony against a beige, green, and black backdrop will turn out breathtaking.
You can also incorporate it with little effort in your invitations and wedding cake design.
And don’t you stop there; when using beige, black, and green for your Fall wedding, let your imagination run wild with the possibilities!
6. Gold, Green, Black, and Cream
Adding cream to your green, black, and gold wedding color scheme is a game changer any day, any time.
This stunning combination can make your wedding pop. So don’t think twice about splashing these colors in your event.
This combo is something you want to try out between a cream wedding dress and a green and black tuxedo!
7. Black, Green, and Gray
We all know how timeless gray is. It’s an excellent way to add a luxurious and sophisticated touch to your wedding color scheme.
You may find this combination fascinating if you are a fan of traditional colors.
Think of traces of gray in your already black and green laced invitations.
Ask your wedding planner to add a few gray accents to the decor through napkins, lanterns, votive candles, and more.
Run the Green, Black and Neutrals Fall Color Scheme in any Fall Wedding Event
This favorite combination not only shines in outfits and decor but can also be infused into any wedding regardless of the theme or style of event you plan to host.
Whether it is an outdoor or indoor event, you can blend the green, black, and neutral colors with any scenery to create a relaxed ambiance that your guests will remember for years to come.
Make Your Fall Wedding a Garden Party
Create the perfect outdoor garden party using green as your dominant color and adding pops of black and beige to compliment.
For a relaxed outdoor feel, use black as your base with green and beige as your accent colors. Remember to use all three colors in equal parts throughout your decor.
The natural foliage of the season is something you might want to pay attention to as you plan your decor. Incorporate pumpkins, gourds, and other fall fruits and vegetables into your centerpieces and table settings.
And, of course, it’s okay to add leaves, branches, and other greenery to the decor.
Combine the Green, Black, and Neutral Colors for a Classic Wedding
This color combination is perfect if a classic wedding is more your speed. You can use green, black, and neutral colors to create a timeless, elegant, and sophisticated look.
Whether your event is done outdoors or indoors, a splash of green and neutral colors like beige, cream, or ivory can elevate the tone of your wedding.
Set Your Modern Wedding Event Apart With Our Favorite Color Scheme
Try using green, black, and neutrals colors for a modern Fall wedding to create a sleek and polished look. This color palette is perfect for couples who want a sophisticated wedding that is still fashionable and on-trend.
To bring this look to life, use green as your primary color and add accents of black and neutrals throughout your wedding decor. You can also use all three colors in equal parts to create a more balanced look.
Be sure to include a touch of green, black, and your chosen neutral color in your wedding invitations. And, let your event planners know they have the free reign to use these colors throughout the day, from the wedding ceremony to the reception.
If you want to add more fun and lightness to the style, consider using jewel tones like garnet or topaz. You can trust these colors to give your wedding an upscale and glamorous feel.
So, there you have it! These are just a few of the amazing Fall wedding color schemes for 2023. Now that you’ve seen some of the possibilities, it’s time to start planning your perfect Fall wedding. Remember, there are no hard and fast rules when choosing your wedding colors.
So, have fun with it and let your creativity shine!