Fall Wedding Decoration Ideas

Are you planning to get married in the fall? If so, you have made a great decision. The fall is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year and there are lots of decoration ideas for weddings in the fall season.  The leaves are changing colors, the weather is not too hot and not too cold. Some wedding venues even have their beautiful fireplaces going for warmth and beauty. If you are having a fall wedding, there are many things to consider for fall wedding decoration ideas. Will your wedding be outside or indoors? Where will you have the wedding? What kind of fall decorations and fall wedding centerpieces will you have? What are your wedding colors?

More often than not, a wedding is coordinated with the season, at least to an extent. For example, in the summer, you’re going to probably have summer flowers and spring flowers in the spring. This isn’t always the case, but it’s a good rule of thumb, especially for fall weddings. In the fall, there are more things than just flowers. There are many fall wedding decorations such as leaves, gourds, pumpkins, etc. You can even incorporate fall foods such as pumpkin pie and apple pie. Fall is all about cozy comfort, and food plays a big roll in that.

What about your wedding centerpieces? The same goes with a simple wedding centerpiece for the fall as with other decorations. Think fall foliage and squash. These can all make great centerpieces. If you’re not a fan of pumpkins and leaves, you can skip them and stick with fall colors. Use red as your color and add some orange or yellow as an accent color.

When you are planning a fall wedding, nowhere does it say you need to use typical fall decor. If you are only having it in the fall due to timing and not because you love the season, that doesn’t mean you can’t go with a bright summery theme or a winter wonderland theme. In fact this is a great time for a winter wedding theme because it’s not hot, but you don’t have to worry about snow ruining your plans.

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