Cindy & Kelton's Terracotta Fall Wedding

As the leaves on the trees turned to gold and an autumnal chill sat in the air, Cindy and Kelton celebrated their wedding day in front of family and friends. Surrounded by trees, the lovely couple started their forever.

A couple hugging each other while holding a bouquet

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Cindy and Kelton embraced the charm of fall all throughout their wedding day, from their al fresco ceremony to the russet tones of their wedding color palette. And as the foundational colors of their wedding decor, Cindy and Kelton decided on Sunset Terracotta flowers from Ling’s Moment to embrace the romance of autumn.

If you’re planning your fall wedding, are wondering how to style Sunset Terracotta, or are simply looking for wedding decor inspiration, then look no further than Cindy and Kelton’s big day. But first, let us introduce you to their floral color palette: Sunset Terracotta.

Is terracotta a fall color?

Fall is defined by changing leaves, cozy bonfires and pumpkin spice. Most memorable autumnal moments are punctuated with vivid splashes of orange tones, such as burnt orange, rust and tangerine. And alongside these iconic fall colors is terracotta, a warm, earthy orange with subtle hints of red.

Four brides each holding a flower bouquet

Amongst the organic, vibrant colors of autumn, terracotta looks right at home. The versatility of this earthy floral color is what makes it perfect for fall, or anytime of the year.

Is terracotta a good wedding color?

Even though terracotta is such a striking color, it is easily matched with other stunning tones to make chic, memorable wedding color palettes. Terracotta works well with blush tones, deep burgundy, white and cream, and a whole range of greenery. In fact, our Sunset Terracotta wedding flower collection captures the passion and the romance of fall and the timelessness of terracotta perfectly.

Assorted floral arrangements used for wedding

Whether you're planning your wedding as a chic indoor celebration or surrounded by nature, terracotta will bring a warmth and vibrancy that will elevate every moment. If you feel inspired to plan a terracotta fall wedding, then Cindy and Kelton’s modern rustic wedding will be the ultimate Sunset Terracotta inspiration.

Cindy & Kelton’s Terracotta Wedding Ceremony:

Set in front of a stunning natural vista, Cindy and Kelton’s fall wedding ceremony embraced the romance of the season. With the turning leaves on the trees in the distance, the happy couple said their vows amongst the beauty of nature. And as they tied the knot, Sunset Terracotta florals were there to elevate their special day.

Modern Terracotta Wedding Arch

With an expansive backdrop of trees and mountains, this gorgeous ceremony didn’t need much to make it feel magical. Cindy and Kelton opted for a stylish triangular arch to bring a modern feel to their outdoor wedding ceremony, which provided the perfect contrast to the natural landscape. Adorned with our Flower Arch Decor and Free-Standing Flower Arrangements in Sunset Terracotta, the scene was set for the ceremony. As the lovely couple said their vows and were officially married, Sunset Terracotta florals were the perfect backdrop to start their forever.

A triangle wedding arch decorated with flowers

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As you’re planning your fall wedding ceremony, remember that your wedding arch will be the backdrop for your vows and will be in that ever-important first kiss photo. We love how Cindy and Kelton mixed rustic charm and geometric elements for their terracotta wedding arch!

Terracotta Aisle Chair Decor

While a wedding day is mainly about the couple, it’s also about making the experience special for their family and friends, too. To add a stylish touch to their wedding ceremony, Cindy and Kelton adorned the aisle chairs with our stunning Aisle & Chair Decor in Sunset Terracotta. The combination of russet linens and timeless florals is a chic choice to elevate simple chairs, and instantly create an atmosphere of romance.

White chairs decorated with linens and flowers

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As you plan your fall wedding ceremony, there are so many ways to add floral decor to your ceremony aisle. Consider chair decor, pew flowers, free-standing aisle arrangements or even faux rose petals to embrace your unique wedding style.

Terracotta-Toned Welcome Sign Flowers

Another simple way to make your wedding ceremony feel extra special is to have a welcome sign for guests that is adorned with flowers. This simple touch not only lets your guests know that they’re in the right place, but it is the first introduction to your wedding decor theme. Cindy and Kelton opted for Flower Sign Decor in Terracotta Sunset to set the scene for love. It’s the perfect way to get your guests feeling excited for the magic that awaits!

A wedding welcome sign clipped with flowers

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If you’re planning an autumnal wedding, then these Sunset Terracotta sign flowers can be used at many points throughout your big day. From the welcome sign to the table assignments to the guest book table, any signage can be elevated with the natural beauty of terracotta flowers.

Terracotta Fall Wedding Reception Decor:

After officially being pronounced as husband and wife, it was time to celebrate! Cindy and Kelton took the party inside to eat, drink and be merry with their nearest and dearest. And of course, the Sunset Terracotta color palette came, too. Here’s how they decorated their wedding reception to keep the warm terracotta atmosphere flowing.

Terracotta Decor for the Head Table

Instead of a sweetheart table for only the newlyweds, Cindy and Kelton opted for a longer head table that they shared with their bridesmaids and groomsmen. This created a jovial experience, and made for great photos! Decorated with a Head Table Flower Garland and Table Linens in Sunset Terracotta, the table provided the perfect focal point for the reception celebration.

A wedding head table sat with a couple and their friends

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Sunset Terracotta Centerpieces

The rest of Cindy and Kelton’s cherished wedding guests sat at round tables, and these tables were also decorated with the Sunset Terracotta color palette. Using our Large Floral Centerpiece Set in Sunset Terracotta, Cindy and Kelton were able to elevate the guest tables in a simple and stylish way. The table linens were a chic touch, too!

A dining table topped with tableware and flower centerpiece

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Terracotta Floral Accents for the Dessert Table

After dinner, Cindy and Kelton opted for a dessert table and cheese board for their guests. This convenient option is a popular choice for weddings, and encourages guests to get on their feet and mingle after dinner!

To make the dessert table feel extra-special, short flower garlands surrounded the sweet treats in a beautiful display.Garlands are a simple, impactful way to add color and texture to any detail of your wedding, so don’t be afraid to get creative with how you style them at your fall wedding.

A dessert table filled with snacks and desserts

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Cindy & Kelton’s Terracotta Bridal Flowers

As well as elevating their ceremony and reception decor, Sunset Terracotta florals were the perfect color scheme for Cindy and Kelton’s wedding party.

Terracotta Bridal Bouquet

Cindy looked gorgeous in her lace wedding dress, and her natural beauty was complemented by the warm terracotta tones of her florals. The Bridal Bouquet in Sunset Terracotta added a romantic touch to her wedding day look, and was a picture perfect choice.

A bride in white dress holding a terracotta bouquet

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Flowing Terracotta Bridesmaid Bouquets

Standing beside Cindy, her bridesmaids embraced the fall season with terracotta dresses and gorgeous faux-fur shrugs. They also carried Bridesmaid Bouquets in Sunset Terracotta that perfectly complemented the bridal bouquet. These dainty, vibrant arrangements are the perfect choice to elevate any autumnal bridal party look.

A bride and three bridesmaids looking at each other

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Sunset Terracotta Boutonnieres

And standing up alongside Kelton were his groomsmen dressed in dapper suits. The groom wore a white boutonniere, while his groomsmen donned complementary Boutonnieres in Sunset Terracotta. Along with their multi-toned ties, this small floral detail added a charming touch to complete their gentlemanly wedding day looks.

A couple standing with their bridesmaids and groomsmen

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If you’re planning a fall wedding, then the passionate vibe of Sunset Terracotta is a timeless choice. Earthy and warm, this versatile color palette is perfect for autumn (or any time of the year!)

For Cindy and Kelton, Sunset Terracotta was the perfect option to bring rustic charm to their modern wedding. Their big day was beautiful, and we wish the newlyweds luck and love in their happy marriage.

If you’re planning your own Sunset Terracotta wedding, then we hope this Ling’s wedding has been a helpful inspiration. And don’t forget to share your own wedding day with us over on Instagram at @lingsmoment!

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