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You'll absolutely fall in love with these dreamy wedding collections, perfect for a wedding during the Fall season!!   Picked by our Staff, exclusively for our subscribers and Facebook Fans!!



Romantic Taupe Wedding Collection

This Beautiful taupe rose wedding collection is a timeless classic!  The set features two shades of taupe satin and is decorated with a delicate rose.  With nine pieces in the complete collection, it's also a classic money saver for the wallet!  If you don't need all nine items, each piece may also be ordered separately.











Fall Into Love Wedding Collection

Perfect for Fall lovers, this brown wedding collection of suede-like material with textured fabric and satin ribbons.  Rhinestone brooch set against an embroidered leaf accent.  Simply Gorgeous!!!



Enchanted Evening Collection

This striking wedding collection features black and white, damask-patterned collection on shiny satin white grosgrain ribbon and bows.  Available in brown too!!!










Floral Fantasy Wedding Collection

This beautiful plum/eggplant wedding collection features a matte satin collection with layered floral embellishment, black  French netting and clear gem center.  Incredibly striking against the white backdrop of a wedding.








Isabella Collection in a Dramatic Black

One of our Best Sellers!!  A luxurious satin double ruffle decorates this wedding collection creating a sophisticated and dramatic look.  An Austrian crystal brooch is pinned on each piece.  If you love the collection, but black isn't for you, the set is also available in white or ivory.





We hope these ideas will help you as you prepare for your Fall Wedding!! Be sure to visit our online store for more gift ideas, wedding favors and accessories!!

~ The WhereBridesGo.com Team
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