It is known that fall is the most demanded season to have a wedding, and that September and October are the two most wanted months for the big day. It’s no surprise that fall is a popular season for events; the perfect weather that is neither too hot nor too cold, the beautiful scenery, and the foliage along with the color change of the leaves. It all ties together to make a perfect scene for a wedding. We are coming to you with different ideas that you can incorporate the fall season into your big day.
Food and Drinks
Food and drinks can be a great way to include fall into your day since there are lots of seasonal choices during this time of year. You can serve apple cider, pumpkin pie martini’s, caramel apple mimosas, and other types of seasonal drinks during cocktail hour. For dessert you can have different types of pies, pumpkin spice flavored cakes or cupcakes, caramel apples, snickerdoodles, apple fritters, and many other seasonal sweet treat options.
Leaves and Foliage
The leaves and foliage outside can add a lot of character to your wedding decor. Sprinkle some leaves down the aisle, or use them as props in your photoshoots. You can also use foliage to make decorations, centerpieces, or even use them as additions to your bouquet. Pampas grass is also a decoration that is often used to create that rustic fall look.
Fall is filled with warm and natural tones, so if you want to have a fall themed wedding it would be helpful to use colors that resemble fall for your color scheme. Using shades of orange, reds, and browns for bridesmaids dresses and decor will set your look in place.
Having a rustic theme is another option for fall weddings without having to have the bold and rich colors. Neutral colors are also in for fall and they add an elegant and chic touch to your theme and add a countryside feel to your day.
The decor on your big day plays a big part in establishing your theme and helping everything come together. For a fall wedding, there are lots of different decor options. Setting lanterns and candles out can bring a warm and cozy feeling to your guests. Using pumpkins can also be a great way to symbolize the autumn season; you can use them as centerpieces and can use them as eye candy during your ceremony or reception.