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WonderFall Wedding Ideas!

Everyone thinks of spring and early summer as the most popular wedding months, but autumn is an equally (if not more!) beautiful time for weddings. For all you brides out there who are getting married this fall (or planning a fall wedding in the future) we put together some of our favorite tips, techniques, and ideas for planning a fall wedding that will all amaze and inspire all of your guests.

Fall-Themed Bouquet
Why not take full advantage of all the beautiful fall colors? A fall-themed wedding bouquet serves as a stunning statement that perfectly exemplifies everything you love about fall. The fall colors have a unique warmth about them, giving your bouquet a gentle autumn glow.

Pumpkins, Pumpkins, and More Pumpkins
Nothing says fall like a bright, round pumpkin! Since they're usually affordably priced, pumpkins can be a great way to decorate and fill space without breaking your bank. 

Fall Centerpieces
Forget flower petals - brightly colored fall leaves serve as gorgeous table decorations, especially for rustic-themed weddings! Orange, red, or yellow flowers, wooden vases or candle holders, and red or orange tealights can create breathtaking centerpieces. Sprinkling fall leaves around the center of the table is the perfect finishing touch!

Autumn-Themed Cake
When it comes to autumn weddings, sometimes the perfect fall decoration is the icing on the cake - literally! Fake leaves and dark red flowers can give your cake a beautiful fall feel that looks good enough to eat.

Fall Wedding Favors
Encourage your guests to celebrate the season alongside you with adorable fall-themed wedding favors! WhereBridesGo.com has several unique wedding guest favors to choose from, including these adorable copper leaf bottle stoppers and burgundy leaves bookmarks

These ideas should help you get started planning the fall wedding of your dreams. You can also check out our Fall Weddings Pinterest Board for more inspiration!

What other ideas do you have for planning an autumn wedding? We'd love to hear your thoughts!

~ The WhereBridesGo.com Team

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