Be sure to establish a budget and work within it. Early on, talk with your fiancé and/or family and establish a budget that works for everyone. Not only does it give you an idea of what you can comfortably spend but it will also help you plan your wedding in a much more clear and organized manner.
Even when you choose a light color bouquet, you can still add several elements to make a fall appearance. Add some berries like hypericum and viburnum, grasses, or even leaves of maple and oak trees. You can also use ribbons in shades of orange, dark red, or brown to add a texture to your fall wedding bouquets.
Realistic silk / artificial bridal bouquet of vibrantly colored roses, anemone, gerbera daisies, tulips, zinnia, chrysanthemums, dahlias, and decorative wire, finished with a teal, silk bow and green pearls.