Autumn Wedding Inspiration

Autumn is my favourite time of year. As soon as August hits, I have to stop myself from immediately wrapping up in scarves, boots and a cozy hat, at least until the leaves actually begin to fall in September! It’s a beautiful time of year to get married – you can marry the colour palettes of summer and winter, embrace the beauty of nature and be brave with delicious seasonal food choices.I’ve picked some of my favourite autumn wedding inspiration to give you some ideas for your very own autumn wedding!

The Dress

Embrace sleeves and stunning neutral shades as an alternative to the classic white dress. Protect yourself from the chilly autumn air with a cozy faux fur wrap. Florals are still perfect for fall too, like in this gorgeous embroidered Temperley gown.

autumn wedding dress temperley fall 2017
Source: WWD

The Suit

Grooms are becoming more and more daring, and what better time to take a risk than for your autumn wedding? Check out tweed, velvet and lightly checked suits in dark colours like burgundy, navy, and forest green.

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Source: weddingvenues.co.uk

The Food

Treat your guests with seasonal fare like mini pumpkin pies, hot apple cider, butternut squash soup shots and cinnamon sugar doughnuts.

autumn wedding mini soup appetisers
Source: Bridal Guide

Finishing Touches

Make sure your guests don’t get cold as they watch you say your vows with a basket of cozy blankets, and make use of the natural world with place cards sitting atop rustic pine cones. Finally, send your guests home with the perfect memory of your beautiful autumn wedding, such as these adorable popcorn jar favours!

 

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