An autumn wedding is ideal because of the season’s mild, fresh weather and stunning foliage. In the first place, autumn’s moderate temperatures allow for welcoming outdoor weddings and celebrations. Naturally, the season also lends itself to many other party staples, such as mouthwatering autumn appetizers, scrumptious fall cocktails, and pie dishes for dessert. Then, there are all the ways you may include foliage and the changing of the leaves in your fall wedding decor. Here is a collection of some of our all-time favorite autumn inspiration ideas to help you plan your wedding.
Rust wedding invitation
Starting with the invitations, you can incorporate contemporary elements throughout your harvest wedding. That is one broad invitation, for sure! Your visitors will find it simple to stay on top of everything during the day with front-and-back autumn-themed invitations.
Exchange vows beneath a foliage-filled arch
Nothing compares to a flowery altar as the striking location for a couple to exchange vows. Romantic wedding ceremony settings always include floral arches, and you can add some seasonal branches and foliage to make yours festive.
Blooming autumn bouquet
A stunning fall bouquet can include hints of burgundy-dyed ferns to lend the appropriate seasonal touch and texture. The remainder of the bouquet can consist of various roses in blush, apricot, and cayenne hues, as well as ranunculus, lisianthus, and bleached Italian Ruscus.
Floral wedding dress
Stay open when shopping at the wedding dress boutique. Remember that you can include floral details in your wedding gown as well. Choose a dress with a sweetheart neckline and billowing sleeves instead of a traditional white one. With a bit of shimmer, you may maintain a subtle, exquisite floral design that is nearly nonexistent. An attractive bride can wear thick 3D flower decorations and glam-studded flowery patterns.
The tweed suit
Take note, grooms, and groomsmen: Having fun with your fabric is acceptable! When attending an outdoor event, a tweed suit or blazer will keep you warm and put you in the autumnal mood.
Corsage of autumn
Why not offer the husband a chance to personalize his flowers as well? The bride has several alternatives. Use dried fountain grass, cotton, mums, dahlias, or other perennials in red and orange to create a fall corsage to match her bouquet. For a charming vintage effect, tie them off with lace.
Decorate your seating chart with fall florals
Consider designing a creative seating chart to save your wedding guests from having to sift through dozens of place cards in search of their tiny ones. Given that all of your guests will engage with the seating chart, your wedding is ideal for a significant decor moment. Decorate it with a riot of autumnal-colored flowers for a fall wedding.
Temperatures gently start to decrease to a crisp feeling when summer gradually gives way to fall. Offer warm specialty drinks, like apple cider, for your event to keep you and your guests warm.
Incorporate some autumnal foliage into your arrangement and let the colors of the leaves inspire the remaining flowers’ hues.