We get a lot of questions of “can my bridesmaids wear this for my fall wedding?” and we always say yes! While we love seeing all the terracotta tones, there are many ways to create that fall look with other color tones. See a few of our favorite looks from this year's fall weddings, terracotta and all!


Our minds immediately go to all the shades of terracotta and rust when we hear fall weddings, so we had to feature one our favorite fall mix and match looks. Kayla paired various styles in our Terracotta velvet, Rust chiffon, and Terracotta Rust satin creating texture throughout her bridal party. The geometric signage featured throughout the day added the most modern touch. She also created paper floral designs in her floral arrangements to, again, create texture to emphasize that boho feel.

Skye in Terracotta, Hannah in Rust, Skye in Terracotta Rust, Rory in Terracotta Rust, Dakota in Terracotta, Layla in Rust


While sage typically draws a springtime vibe, our Silver Sage velvet creates the perfect juxtaposition by bringing light tones to the breathable velvet fabric. To add that special fall touch, Jordin, designed luxurious bouquets of bright florals and of course, pampas grass. We especially love the pop of color with the groom’s deep emerald suit!

Dawson and Riley in Sage velvet


Deep blush tones are perfect for those fall wedding days. Jewel paired our Cinnamon Rose satin with Terracotta velvet to bring out those soft shades of pink. In addition, her florals bloom with the same shades of pink while adding red roses to add dimension on her bouquet. From the florals to the tablescape, this is a fall color palette we can get behind!

Skye in Cinnamon Rose, Micah and Dylan in Terracotta, Rory in Cinnamon Rose, Bardot in Terracotta, and Rory in Cinnamon Rose

Mix-and-match tip: Undertones can bring out different shades in your bridesmaid dress colors. See above where our Cinnamon Rose satin pulls out more pink tones in our Terracotta velvet, instead of brown.


Just because it’s fall, that doesn’t mean you have to have a dark and moody wedding! Abbie went with our Indie Blue velvet which created a breath of fresh air to her fall wedding. To add those deep fall tones, peep the florals where she added those deep blue thistles that round out the look.

Gwen in Indie Blue velvet

From shades of terracotta down to blues, there’s truly a fall color palette for every wedding vibe!

Disclaimer: Each moodboard photo was taken by different photographers and their various equipment and editing style, which can alter the dress color. Want to see our colors IRL? Order swatches here!