Getting married in the Fall doesn’t have to limit you to Halloween hues of orange and black. Consider these modern colors for your fall wedding and some elements to help you visualize a stunning and sophisticated wedding.
Palette #1: Shades of Rust, Mustard, and Minty Sage
Embrace the changing of the leaves but go with unexpected hues like rust and mustard, rather than red and orange. Soften the palette with shades of mint and the palest of blues to keep things from looking dull.
Consider a bridesmaid dress in a modern neutral shade; mint doesn’t have to be only for spring!
Mustards and oranges blend in this stylish invitation suite.
A caramel covered cake like these from Cafe Latte coordinates perfectly with this palette.
Palette #2: Blush, Burgundy and Merlot
You might look at blushes and pale pinks and think they are only for a spring affair, but think again. Paired with merlot these colors take on many more possibilities that work for other times of the year.
Consider this modern but unstuffy invitation with its mix of merlot and gold shades.
Krista Jon created this romantic yet modern centerpiece for a ranch wedding.
Palette #3: Sage, Gray, Blush and Maroon
Looking at these colors for your fall wedding on their own, it’s hard to imagine them looking so beautiful, but when pulled together in the right pairings on various elements, you can picture a unique and stunning fall wedding.
With sage and maroon lettering this invite is contemporary and chic, and works for the fall.
This forest-inspired paper suite features subtle hints of sage.
And how about this lush gown from vera wang for the fashionista bride? The French tulle v neck gown with hand rolled silk duchesse satin flowers at the shoulder and mauve silk organza flowers on the train is the ultimate in sophistication.
Succulents and blackberries drape down this three-tiered round confection. The simplicity of the white icing mixed with the florals perfectly suits a fall affair.
If you feel the bridesmaid and groomsmen's roles have all been taken, consider making cousins ushers or usherettes.
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