Fall wedding ideas


Hot summer days are almost over, and the bright blooms and green leaves start to fall and change their colors into beautiful tones of orange, yellow, and red. Fall is a favorite for many couples, not only the weather and the natural surroundings but also the theme itself. We have you covered if you are beginning your plans for a fall wedding and need some inspiration.

Did you know October is slowly dethroning June as the most popular month for weddings? No wonder why with all the opportunities you have for your fall wedding dress and décor. Plus, you can always encourage your guests to dress accordingly; imagine arriving at your perfectly decorated reception and see all your guests wearing warm and earthy tones, oh the amazing pictures you will have.

Fall wedding décor

One of the first steps you must take while wedding planning is choosing your venue, and if you are planning a fall wedding, you can search for one with beautiful natural surroundings and think about farms, flower fields, or rustic barns. The perk of choosing a natural setting, especially if it has seasonal flowers and not evergreen threes, is that you will not spend much setting a space for your pictures, and you will have the ideal background for your ceremony.

When it comes to your table setting, rustic wooden tables, and wooden chairs are the best option. If you wish to add a tablecloth and cloth napkin, keep the colors within a warm color scheme. The fall season is characterized by burgundy, burnt orange, olive green, copper, apricot, slate gray, plum, rust, and mustard yellow. Combining them and contrasting tones like navy blue or peach will make your wedding unique and astonishing.

The beauty of getting married in a season and make it the theme of your celebration is you will not have a hard time finding elements to incorporate. For example, flowers naturally bloom in the colors you need, so make the most out of seasonal flowers and even throw in some pumpkins, which come in all sizes, shapes, and colors during autumn.

Fall wedding dress

You do not need to wear an orange dress to make it fit into your fall wedding theme, unless you want it, of course, because it is your big day. Simple details like long sleeves, a bohemian style, floral lace top, or romantic fabrics can help you make it season-appropriate.

If you wish to be an unconventional bride, you can opt for a hint of colors such as blush or peach; a floral pattern is also a great option. And for the bold bride, why not going full-on color? Can you imagine wearing a beautiful burgundy gown, a burnt orange, or rust color wedding dress? You will be a bride to remember.

And if you want to wear a traditional white wedding dress but wish to give your photos a truly fall feel, ask your bridesmaids to wear a fall color, whether you choose one tone for all or a couple within the same color palette, they will be your perfect accessory.


Fall wedding guest’s dress

And what about your attendants? Have you heard about asking your guests to wear a certain color palette to your big day? Well, let me tell you it is possible; just as we all know, we should not attend a wedding wearing white unless the couple specifically requests it; it is possible to establish a color palette for your guests to wear.

While men usually have a simple choice to make when choosing a wedding outfit, for women, options are many. If you are invited to a fall wedding, do not miss the opportunity to wear a unique sleeve cut, moody floral prints, and deep jewel tones such as emerald, mustard, fuchsia, and burgundy.

You should also consider the time and location of the wedding you are attending when choosing an outfit. Since couples are now preferring outdoor ceremonies and receptions, you can opt for a casual sundress. Still, if you are attending a luxurious wedding, perhaps a midi dress or an elegant jumpsuit is a better choice.

We hope you now have a better idea regarding your upcoming fall wedding; from decoration to outfits and even food and drinks, your wedding can be a complete ode to a beautiful season full of color and traditions




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