Autumn Wedding Decorations
We’ve noticed that autumn weddings are becoming more and more popular. There is a beautiful trend these days with outdoors events and the rustic style is the most sought-after it seems. This is good news for those who are thinking of spending the wedding day somewhere outside the doors.
The range of themes available for this style is wide and very generous. If you want your alfresco wedding to feel warm, cozy and relaxing, plan it in an early autumn day. At the end of August or even in September the weather is more indulgent and appropriate for a comfortable ceremony and reception outdoors. The sun is still shining brightly and the atmosphere is not too hot and not too cold either.
It’s the perfect time to plan a romantic and inviting wedding. The nature is changing its colors and this is why it’s a great idea to take it all outdoors. The project we have for you today is from a southern wedding, inspired by the equestrian style. The bride and the horse is one of the hottest themes right now, especially for western and countryside weddings.
We’ve seen many projects featuring this style and the results were pretty fabulous. We are convinced many brides will find themselves in these pictures or wish to use this concept for their own wedding. We like all the decorations used for this setting. The flowers used for the bride’s hair, bouquet and groom’s boutonnieres look sensational! The flower wreath she wears is simply breathtaking. The flowers are silk-like and this is why they look so perfect together.
The vibrant colors capture the richness of autumn and play in beautifully. One can recognize a wedding designed with love and passion, and this one is surely of this kind. The results are phenomenal and we are very excited to share with you these photos. There are many rustic and vintage elements of décor incorporated here. However, the style is pretty simple and clean. This is what guarantees the chic appeal of this wedding.
The more simplistic and natural the décor arrangements are the more beautiful, expressive and inspiring the shoot will be. So, when planning an outdoors wedding, let the nature inspire you and keep it all as organic and fresh as possible. Use seasonal flowers or wildflower assortments to create a more whimsical effect and bold colors recommended by the time of the year.
Autumn is the season of harvest and abundance and everything is bountiful. Make sure you reflect that in your wedding. Use antique vases and china, classic glassware and tea cups to create a timelessly elegant setting. We like the wooden elements used for the tables and chairs. The hanging box archway looks whimsically romantic.