The chill is in the air, the colors of the trees are turning. There is no better time for a wedding then the fall. With mild temperatures and plenty of creativity, the fall wedding season offers a plethora of fresh ideas, even for a finicky bride. Here are some trends that can turn your wedding into a day that you and your guest will remember, long after the cake is cut and the bouquet is tossed.
Non-Traditional Gowns: The past few seasons have seen wedding gowns going in a rather risqué direction. Plunging necklines and backlines are all the rage. Leaving the traditional behind, many designers are creating wedding dresses using interesting fabrics and colors that compliment every skin tone.
Barn Wedding: You can leave the hay and smell of a traditional barn behind. Barn Weddings have turned into elegant and high-end affairs. By omitting the rustic theme and turning to vibrant floral pieces and soft romantic lighting, have been leaving five-star hotels in the dust.
Magenta and Mustard Theme: These bold colors are ideal for a fall wedding. Blazing pinks pop within the warm yellow tones. Use this color palette, when choosing flowers and centerpieces.
Halloween Themed Wedding: For those of you who are a bit more adventurous a Halloween Themed Wedding shows personality and above all, fun! Dim lighting and gothic designs, will make your day one of a kind.
Metallic Cakes: Give your fall wedding a shiny edge with edible gold foil. A shimmering cake will complete your glam wedding!
Green Suits For the Bridegroom: A modern twist, dress the groom in deep emerald green. The contrast of a champagne gown is breathtaking.
Floral Braids: Hippy chic is perfect for a fall wedding. Long flowing hair with a braid entwined with flowers will have your guest sighing when you walk down the aisle.
Cranberry: Pops of cranberry in your floral bouquet is unique and pairs lights with darks.
Copper Accents: Copper is rustic, yet elegant. Try some copper centerpieces and wreaths to decorate your wedding venue.
Whatever direction you go, you can never go wrong with saying “I Do!” with leaves falling and smell of pumpkin spice in the air.