Style Guide: Autumnal Tones | Wedding Styling Inspiration
On the hunt for some modern colour palette inspiration? We're currently feeling inspired by warm hues, earthy colours and rich autumnal tones for all things wedding and event styling!
Drawing inspiration from nature, we're loving an organic colour palette paired with natural textures and luxe styling details for a bold autumnal look. From furniture selections to floral design, keep reading as we share our top styling tips on using autumnal tones throughout your styling, including mood boards and creative inspiration from recent events.
Autumnal Tones: Furniture and Decor
When it comes to furniture selections, we love an autumnal-inspired palette of burnt orange, dusty pink, terracotta, rust, amber, copper, sage and blush. Be inspired by colours of the sunset, natural landscapes and pastel skies for a beautiful autumnal look!
Consider incorporating these tones through statement furniture pieces like dining chairs and lounges, using natural textures like bamboo, timber and rattan. Our Terracotta bentwood chairs, Indie lounges and timber feasting tables work beautifully within an autumnal palette. You can also incorporate earthy autumnal tones into your cocktail setting with layered rugs, cushions and textiles or statement backdrops (we’re obsessed with our new wire backdrops in Terracotta and Dusty Rose!).
For sit-down receptions, add a rich pop of colour into your table decor with statement tableware. We love our natural linen napkins in dusty rose, khaki, terracotta, oatmeal and blush, paired with amber glassware and copper cutlery for a lush autumnal look. Our rattan charger plates can also be used to add a textural layer to your tablescapes.
Take a peek at some of our top product picks below to bring this colour palette to life!
Autumnal tones: Florals and Styling
Incorporate rich autumnal tones throughout your floral design and styling elements to create a cohesive and well-balanced space. We love dried foliage, statement ceiling installations and earthy floral arrangements - stay away from cooler tones and instead go for warm shades like burnt oranges, pastels, creams and muted greenery. Mix and match different textures like feathery pampas grass and dried leaves with soft, romantic blooms. Then tie the look together with autumnal-inspired stationery details, textural pendant lights and metallic accents like lanterns and vases for a modern luxe look!
Keep scrolling for some of our favourite autumnal wedding inspiration from recent weddings and events.
Love this look? Find more autumnal wedding inspiration via our Pinterest board, or get in touch with our team for a copy of our latest hire catalogue. We’d love to help you put the perfect furniture plan together for your upcoming event!