A fall wedding can be really charming, romantic, and sweet, particularly in the outdoors. Imagine how good it would be, getting married amid all those colorful autumn leaves all around. Plus, there are those pumpkin decorations and beautiful fall flowers.
Here are some ideas to make your fall wedding truly incredible.
Celebrate fall with a fire opal ring, like this one. During fall, the leaves are colorful and it is sunny outside, just what goes with the red in your rings. It looks vintage and super-attractive.
Greet your guests by offering them drinks that you have garnished with the traditional fall flavors, such as pomegranates, cranberries or orange.
Seasonal Welcome Snacks
For welcome snacks, you can go for cider donuts. It can be the perfect pre-ceremony food that will get your guests all hooked when they arrive.
You can also serve apple, perfect for the autumn, in the dessert or as a starter. Why not decorate and serve a charming three-tier cake, covering it with white-chocolate maple frosting?
Decorate with birch trees, whiskey barrels, tools, and old crates. Mix them well with elegant table settings – gold, copper chargers, silver and cut glass plates.
Rustic Place-Card Napkins
Include unique decorations to celebrate the natural landscape of the season. For instance, you can craft wood tags labeled with the names of guests and stamp with a fall branch icon for tying around these napkins.
Create a beautiful canopy, made with fall blooms for the altar. Make sure to include orange, purple, and green. The right mix will do the trick.
Select the fall background carefully to make sure that the setting is just perfect for the wedding in the season. You may, for instance, pose for a picture in front of an old oak tree that is full of fall shades.
A simple way to decorate and celebrate fall is by including seasonal blooms. Go for camellias, calla lilies, and dahlias that all work for fall. Tell your florist that you want to highlight fall flowers in the bridal bouquet.
Darker shades of summer colors look wonderful in bridesmaid dresses. One option is to try charcoal instead of elephant grey, or you may prefer dusty rose over blush. French Chantilly lace from Tissura is a good option. Chiffon and satin are good too.
Decorate your fireplace for the wedding this season in this way. It is perfect for a warm at-home reception.
Decorate by wiring pinecones to a tree, marking the entrance.
Foliage motifs backgrounds are good designs for fall wedding invitations. This will be a rustic addition to your wedding. If you are not having a rustic wedding, personalize the invitation with monograms, calligraphy, and trendy details like metallic foil, watercolor washes, and laser cutouts.
Give a gift to your guests, perfect for the season. It could be a glass jar of jam or honey. You can be sure that everyone will enjoy the gift.