6 Inspired Ideas for Autumnal Wedding
Congratulations, you are engaged!!! A very exciting time ahead for you and you’ve decided to have an autumn wedding; so dreamy with warm rich colours. Brain has now gone dead and need much needed autumn wedding inspiration; look no further! We love providing wedding inspiration to our soon to be brides.
1. Floral Wedding Dress
Firstly the wedding dress; our dress of the month for November is Raimon Bundo Kiss by Bundo style Family. We love this dress for an autumnal wedding due to its romantic lace, delicate floral details and the high neck for a cooler climate. This dress can be accessorised with a shrug or jacket if feeling the chill; it’s so adaptable!.
2.Autumn Inspired The Colour Theme
Colour theme is all about those rich orange, yellow and reds. Soft yellow lighting will exaggerate the warmth in your colour scheme – candles are perfect for this so work with your venue to see whether candles can be used. In this picture, love the use of pine cones and leaves to give the effect of fallen autumn leaves at this wedding.
3. Add some Sparkle!
Add some sparklers to your special day to continue with the firework/bonfire feel of autumn. These provide for lovely alternative to confetti or petals for your guests when the light is fading earlier in the day. Give your guests sparklers for your entrance from your ceremony and you’ll have some amazing pictures!
4. Tasty Autumnal Treats
Some sweet tooth favours or after dinner treats of candied apples are a perfect alternative to keep in theme of your autumn wedding. Very seasonal and a lovely touch for your guests to enjoy.
5. A Naked Cake
A naked cake is our go to wedding cake design for autumn. With its rustic charm, decorate with seasonal fruits and florals and serve on a wooden platter or stump is a stunning touch.
6. Vibrant Wedding Bouquet
The wedding bouquet will set the scene for the theme of your wedding day and will emphasis what you are looking to achieve in terms of bringing through that autumn feel.
Like the general decoration, bring through vibrant yellows, reds and orange followers of differing shades to blend together. Whilst this picture features roses, roses are not in season in autumn but your florist can help you choose florals as alternatives! Add some greenery to soften the look and you will be wowing your guests.