September 10, 2021
Fall is one of the most beautiful times of year to get married. The weather is amazing, allowing us to take pictures without sweating up a storm, and it is perfect for spending time outside. The leaves are turning colors, which make for beautiful pictures. It’s also a fun time of year because there are so many different things that you can coordinate into your wedding vision or theme. Here is some fall wedding inspiration and some fun ideas on how to plan your own fall wedding!
Maybe you’re a bride that loves the classic fall colors of orange and yellow. Maybe you’re a bride that is going for a deep rich color palette, but couldn’t have picked just one color to exemplify your theme. No matter what the case may be, using those gorgeous fall colors in your wedding can create some magical breathtaking moments. Rose gold, rich reds, dark berries, oranges, and warm yellow are among our favorite colors for fall.
Fall weddings have a different feel to them, don’t they? Maybe it’s because autumn is one of our very favorite seasons. Little gold accents look so pretty mixed in with the fall colors of orange and red.
The candlelit look always seems so much more romantic in the fall. Even though this style works well in the fall, it doesn’t mean you can’t use it for a winter or spring wedding. No matter what season you choose, these ideas will all look stylish and sophisticated.
Fall weddings are a great time to get creative with the elements of your ceremony and reception. If you think of fall as a time to get cozy, tasty treats will no doubt come to mind. Smores bars are a great idea because, let’s face it, everyone loves smores! You can also provide wool scarves to your guests or serve hot apple cider. Not only will these add an element of fun, but they will also warm everyone up on a cool autumn night.
Incorporating classic fall flavors into your wedding is also a great idea. You can serve maple-glazed salmon, roasted butternut squash soup, or even pumpkin cheesecake to your guests.
Planning A Spring wedding? Check out some more inspiration here!