Fall Inspired Wedding Bands and Decor
When the air turns crisp and the leaves start changing colors, you know that fall has arrived. It’s time for fall décor, lots of photos with pumpkins, and beautiful backdrops of bright orange fall foliage. Being that it is most people’s favorite time of the year, it is also the most popular time to get married (around October and November).
A beautiful rustic wedding that allows you to be as creative you want with décor, florals, and greenery. We are sharing some of our traditional and more modern takes on a fall wedding. Of course, along with securing a venue and colors, another super important part of planning your wedding is choosing the wedding bands. Here we have a selection of engagement rings and wedding bands that mix it up for fall. Let’s get into it!
This gorgeous mixed metal pear-shaped engagement ring and wedding band are what fall is all about! Adding a romantic touch to this look, a classic diamond wedding band is always a great idea. Fall is all about change so mixing it up with your pear shaped engagement ring in rose gold is everything we need this season! Check out the matching engagement ring here: AMBRE – SY999 & BSY999
If you’ve gone for a two-tone engagement ring, we definitely recommend a classic wedding band like this one to add even more sparkle to the look. This timeless set plays off the mixed metal look perfectly, which is why we love it so much for fall! See the engagement ring it matches with here: JACALYN – S1199!
If this wedding band doesn’t scream fall, then we don’t know what does! Such a beauty with the mixed metal rose gold elements and spiraling diamonds that flow down the shiny high polish shank. This twist on a classic wedding band is all we’re asking for this holiday season! See it’s matching engagement ring here: CORALIE – MODERN SPIRAL ENGAGEMENT RING – S1724
As you can tell by now, we’re pretty obsessed with everything fall. From décor to fall inspired wedding bands, if its rustic and copper, we want it all. We’re embracing everything the season has to offer with our wedding décor inspiration. We’ve gone the route of rustic feminine with touches of copper and pinks. This time of year is perfect because its chilly, which makes for a cozier setting. You can use colors that are out of the box and muted. Adding themes are totally easy mode so you don’t have to think too much about decorating. Hello Pinterest!
When choosing fall colors, the choice is yours to be as subtle or obvious as you want. A traditional fall wedding would most likely incorporate burnt oranges and reds, but you most definitely can choose a different palette. Choosing a color palette that consists of more “subtle” fall colors, such as, pinks, dark greens, and gold, will bring a certain uniqueness. For instance, you can go more in the direction of rustic and stick with rose gold, white, and green for a more nature inspired look instead of a Thanksgiving one.
If you’re going for a fall wedding bouquet, you know that your number one inspiration is fall foliage. The best way to add that fall rustic element to your wedding is through florals and burnt orange leaves. Incorporating a mix of muted oranges/purples with some vibrant yellows and reds, adds that coziness that you’re looking for when creating a fall inspired bouquet.
Now if you’re looking for a more modern version of the “rustic” fall bouquet, you can go with more rose gold pinks and white to create that feminine, softer look. Of course, adding green leaves to any bouquet will add that rustic element you’re looking for.
There are many reasons why fall weddings are gaining more attention and popularity. One of the many things we love about fall are of course, the colors and the fall décor. When it comes to planning, two of the most important things to the bride are how her wedding is going to look and if it will match her aesthetic. This is where we come to gorgeous fall tablescape that we just can’t get enough of.
There are so many colors and décor you can use to create a gorgeous fall time tablescape. A fall wedding brings more of a cozy and romantic feel, which is what most brides are looking for. To create the autumnal tablescape of your dreams you’ll need a lot of greenery, warmer colors, flowers, and pumpkins if you don’t think it’s too Halloween.
Of course, you can use the colors and décor that fits your needs, but if you’re going after the traditional or more modern fall looks then definitely stick with those warmer shades and lots of green and florals!
A dessert bar or a cake table is essential. Guests of course want to eat cake, but you should celebrate with something yummy too! We just had to share these amazing dessert tables because they are so innovative and scream fall. You have so many options when decorating for fall and that doesn’t stop with the food. See our favorites down below!
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