Fall Weddings

Tall boots, apple pie, crisp air, and pumpkin lattés- you know it’s our favorite season, autumn! Ice coffees turn into hot ones. Pumpkins get picked. The orchards become filled. We’re falling in love with this season’s trend. However, what really catches our eye is the wedding ideas inspired by the elements of this season. Fall weddings are often filled with natural beauty as leaves are changing colors and falling from the sky. What could be more inspiring? It’s the perfect time to tie the knot!IMG_9790


For some of you, wedding planning is nearing the end as you embark on your journey. As for the rest of you, the planning is just beginning. How exciting! Although every step along the way is a process, nothing beats finding your perfect wedding gown. With emphasis on the gown, this fall season you will see a lot of lace, low backs, embellishments, and rustic themed venues.


With upgrading the “classic” wedding gown, this season we see a lot of romantic, neutrals, aIMG_9789nd soft lace. Bottoms of gowns are layered of tulle and silk. It doesn’t end there though so don’t feel limited or discouraged if that’s not your style. Ball gowns, low backs, fit and flare, illusion backs, and embellishments also made a huge appearance this season.


If you’re planning a fall wedding, take the chill of an autumn day and consider these tips:

-Be in touch with the outdoors. The natural beauty of your surroundings/venue can be incorporated into your big day without spending a lot of money. Use apples, cranberries or pumpkins as décor. Use nature as your backdrop (as seen in the photo above).

-Incorporate color! Neutrals and bold colors work for this season. Have your bouquets pop and have your bridesmaids in rich hues.

-Keep it cozy. Embrace the fall weather even when it gets chilly. Serve hot, seasonal drinks like cider to your guests.

-Contact The Bridal Garden to set up an appointment to help find your perfect gown.

Are you planning a fall wedding? Tell us your story.

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By: Shannon Whatton