Wedding color palettes change based on the season. Summer has its aqua hues and peach tones, while fall tends to be deeper jewel-toned colors. If you’re having a fall wedding, but want to keep your colors bright and fun, sunflower wedding bouquets are your answer.
Mixing sunflowers with a variety of other fall flowers will give you a fresh look and allow you to broaden your wedding color palette. To help you get started, FTD has sunflower wedding bouquets for your special day. No matter your personality, there is a style that will fit you. Browse through the sunflower bouquet ideas for inspiration on how to include them in your fall wedding!
Photo: The Youngrens
Mixing sunflowers in your wedding bouquet with unexpected colors, such as the lavender tones of the sea holly, will add interest that will make your flowers memorable! The warm tones of the orange freesia and pink astilbe will add vibrancy. The yellow sunflower blooms will balance the bouquet, without taking center stage.
Photo: She N He Photography
Yellow and blue are a color combo that is sure to draw attention! The blue delphinium mixes with the sunflower varieties in this beautiful bouquet to create a playful look. The teddy bear sunflowers have an orange edge that make them a standout! The small purple globe amaranth blooms are the perfect unexpected accents!
Photo: Rockhill Photography
Rustic weddings and sunflowers are the perfect combo! The large sunflower bloom mixed with several florals, like the purple allium, and the bright pink bleeding heart, creates the look of wildflowers that were just picked for the occasion! This relaxed bouquet will compliment a rustic, bohemian or country wedding with style!
Photo: Olivia Rae Photography
Pink flowers mixed with yellow blooms creates a bright and feminine bouquet. The sunflowers are highlighted by the colorful textures of the yellow billy buttons, pink zinnias, and scabiosa blooms to create a very pretty bouquet.
Photo: Aesthetic Life Studio
This elegant bouquet has a modern flair with the colorful mix of yellow sunflowers and lime green button poms combined with elegant orange and lilac toned roses. The unexpected bronze tint in the amaranthus bunches updates the look. Arranged beautifully to allow each flower to be noticed!
Photo: Heyn Photography
Simple bouquets can have a sophisticated look by choosing flowers that are standouts on their own! One large sunflower is combined with the bold magenta tones of the dahlia, and the bright orange gerbera daisy in this colorful bouquet. The hypericum berries add color and interest while allowing the other flowers to be the main focus.
Photo: Mysty and Bella Designs
Sunflowers can be used beautifully on your tables at your wedding reception to continue the theme. Use them to line your wedding aisle or pathway for more impact. These flowers can be an inexpensive way to create the look you want for your wedding decor, and with their large blooms, you will need less of them.
Photo: Mysty and Bella Designs
Select a sunflower design for your wedding invitations to coordinate with your bouquet too! Your invitation is a preview of your wedding theme, so your guests will know that they will see sunflowers at your wedding!
The sunny yellow color of sunflowers brighten your mood, and are the symbol of positivity, strength, good luck and lasting happiness. They're the perfect choice in a mixed bouquet or one with just sunflowers as the main flower. Whatever your choose, you're sure to spread happiness to all who attend your wedding!