Fall in Love
For all you modern brides, pushing boundaries, going back to basics and incorporating colour are hot this upcoming season.
Frame Your Day
Burnt oranges, intoxicating reds and lots of natural greenery, Autumn wedding flowers are usually the richest in colour.
For added seasonal effect, why not embrace the thanksgiving and harvest trend by adding fresh fruit to your bouquets.
Why not get creative, design centre pieces from natural foliage such as berries, pine cones, wild flowers or mini pumpkins.
Rich orange and berry tones can bring warmth to any room or venue; autumn sees leaves fall from the trees, why not incorporate this into your wedding decor with a touch of sparkle.
We’re seeing a lot of romantic flowers adorning beautiful gowns and veils. For inspiration, look to Oscar de la Renta or Alexandra Grecco, who have nailed the whimsical feel perfectly.
Suit it up
Autumn weddings are well suited to heavier fabrics and richer colours. A 3-piece tweed suit has no place at a summer wedding, but it’ll really come into its own in a chilly church in October.
Warm burgundy tones either in your suit or accessories will look perfect, even a bolder emerald green suit for the more adventurous groom.
Food, Glorious Food
Autumn is the season for the most incredible food, so no pressure for all your fall couples out there! The best way to keep guests happy at a wedding is with great food and even better drinks.
A thanksgiving feast should please them all, everything from miniature pies, turkey with all the trimmings and seasonal cocktails.
Fall weddings host an abundance of colour, decor and food, what more can a bride ask for!