October 10, 2018
So you’re thinking about a fall/winter wedding or if you’re getting married this fall or winter, congratulations! As the leaves fall off the trees, they gradually make their appearances in wedding decor, bouquets, and photos. Here are some of our favorite wedding trends of fall and winter.
During fall, we tend to see shades of deep reds, dark orange, or brown. A rustic outdoor wedding is perfect for this time of year and is definitely a photo opportunity for your guest as well. Nothing screams fall like tree trunks, leaves, or pumpkins incorporated into wedding decor.
In winter, popular colors include champagne, light or deep blues, or shades of dark green. It may be well because white and dark green reminds us of Christmas trees standing tall in fields of snow. A cozy indoor, winter wonderland wedding is perfect for the cold weather.
This season is all about finding creative and unique ideas to celebrate the biggest day of your life! New ways for guest to sign in can be a fun way to remember who was there to celebrate the magical day with you. Some ideas include providing a polaroid camera for guest to take a photo for the guest book, letting guest sign in on a wooden board or table to decorate your home with, or even sign a square block of fabric to make a quilt with.
As the temperature drops, nothing will ruin your wedding more than shivering all night or getting frostbite. You may want to check the weather and think of ways for you and your guest to stay warm. Most people like to include a coffee bar at their wedding but during Fall and Winter a fun addition to the cold weather may include a hot chocolate or hot apple cider bar. Depending on your venue and the weather, even a warm fire pit for your guest to stay toasty or roast marshmallows, will add a little sweetness to your reception. You can even incorporate the season into your photo booth backgrounds by adding pumpkins, leaves, Christmas trees, and lights. As the days get shorter, guest love to send their married couples off with sparklers in the night sky. Also, think of all the great shots your photographer and videographer could take of you and your new life partner happily walking down an aisle of guest waving sparklers.