Maybe it’s because the wind starts to whisper and the leaves invite you to turn, or maybe it’s because it’s the start of a new school year. Whatever it is, there’s something about fall that often leads to full-blown romances. The fall season isn’t just for falling in love, it’s also perfect for affirming that love through marriage. While it’s true that there are more opportunities for guests to take off of work and school in other seasons, fall is less busy. Many venues offer discounts for this reason. Even 10 percent discounts make a huge difference in the long run. More than just saving money, you’re treated to cool but not cold weather in most cities. Remember that it’s always easier to bundle up than it is to strip down, at least at a formal event like a wedding. There’s also a certain quality to fall wedding photographs. Photographers will tell you that the best time to shoot is in the morning when the sun hasn’t yet cast those bothersome shadows, and many days in fall are cloudy. When foggier days have a picturesque quality to them. It doesn’t matter if you’re into bold colors or a more subtle charm, there’s room for every bride to work their style into their fall wedding. Browse through some of our favorite details below.Are you having an enchanted forest or minimalist wedding? Keep it simple with a natural palette and some burlap. There are invitations you can send as one card or you can surprise your loved ones with a box set.
If you’re looking for more color, go for varying shades of burgundy or sangria. A touch of gold will upgrade the look.
If you’re not too big on gold, and not everyone is, why not a blush color? It pairs well with this moody merlot backdrop.
You can never go wrong with a pair of white pumps on your wedding day but jewel tones and gems are marvelous for this season. This pair of Badgley Mischka’s (Lissa) is truly one of a kind.
Spring flowers can sometimes overwhelm a trellis but simple greens and a handful of deep red buds will keep the focus on what really matters: you and your partner.
This set up was created by Enchanted Florist, who drew inspiration from autumn in Tennessee. Don’t these yellow leaves liven up the rustic gateway perfectly?
If you’ve got plenty of brown to work with, try to break it up a bit with pops of white, orange, and red.
You don’t have to doll up your flower girls too much especially if it means that they’ll feel uncomfortable for the rest of the evening. We love this easy top, hair down look. They look like princesses of the forest.
Blush is a perfect way to soften up the scene. Mix and match styles but keep the same color. To glam up the party, incorporate a few sequin dresses.
Certain colors don’t work for bridesmaids. That’s why it’s sometimes safer to go with off-whites, beiges, or grays. Don’t forget that vibrant bouquets can be used as the one accessory that completes the look.
There’s beauty in uniformity, too, especially when it comes suits. If you don’t to add that extra something, go for some matching socks. Navy and white polka dot socks are a playful option and no less unifying.
This bottle opener from Snake Bite features a leather strap and personalized initials. Of the few accessories they have, it’ll be their favorite one.
These succulents add a bluish tinge to a simple garden rose bouquet. It adds a cheerful note to a would-be moody scene.
Moody accents do not make for a moody bride. Instead they add emotion to anything they touch.
Who could refuse a bit of holiday cheer? Keep it fresh with plenty of greens, real berries, and an elegant ribbon.
There’s nothing more romantic than a bride in lace. Even the sun knows that, that’s why it hides so that you can take center stage.
Apples are bright and red around this time of year. This shoot by Ace Photography features a cider and caramel apple bar (Chef’s Market). This ring of apples make the stand look like a page out of a storybook.
Fresh fruit make for healthy and delicious favors for your guests. The calligraphy in this display is also beautiful.
White calligraphy on the blackboard is perfect!
Yes, there is such thing as edible gold ink and it looks magical on red, red apples. This must be how the Evil Queen tricked Snow White.
Your guests will delight in the detail of this plaid lumberjack cake. This one’s got white frosting but there are other versions where the outermost part of the cake looks like real wood.
We all love curling up in bed on cold mornings. Sometimes the only thing that can get us out of bed is a hot cup of coffee or a big plate of piping hot pancakes. Mini bottles of maple syrup are the perfect accompaniment.