Fall Wedding

Important Details of a Fall Wedding (Part 1)

Fall is one of the most colorful times of the year. In fall nature pampers us with rich harvest – golden, red, orange, green leaves, pumpkins, apples, and of course beautiful fall flowers. In this article we will take a look at the décor elements that will help to create a unique feeling of the coziest time of the year!
Fall encourages and inspires us – flavorful apple jam, festive pumpkins, multicolored leaves, fluffy wheat ears, deep-colored garden flowers, etc. You can take all of these gifts from the nature itself and create a cozy and warm atmosphere!

The Fall Wealth

The Fall Theme is self-sufficient wedding theme. You can do maple leaves design for your invitations, bouquets made of the fall flowers, mushrooms and berries, and get stunning photo session in a richly colored park or woods.

As a main décor item, you can take a certain vegetable or fruit, which will dominate in decoration. Country weddings and fall are made for each other as countryside looks marvelous in the beautiful fall months!

Golden haystacks, drays full of harvest, wheat ears and bright sunflowers – this kind of picture is drawn in our minds. And all of that can be used in your wedding decoration! Hay, wheat, fall leaves in bouquets, headbands and tiaras; pumpkins, apples, rowan berries, acorns, chestnuts, vegetables, and tree branches – all of these can decorate different areas for ceremony and reception.

The Fall Leaves

Fall leaves may be used in a ceremony arch, flower arrangements and bridal party bouquets. The wreaths made out of leaves will be a beautiful addition to your photo booth or any other corner of your venue. A fall leaf garland may become a unique chair sash, or decorate the wedding aisle and altar. The flower girls may throw fall leaves instead of the usual rose petals. One or a few colorful leaves in a photo frame may become a center piece or an addition to the table décor.

 The Apples.

The apples contain a lot of vitamins; they bring joy, cheerfulness, and delicious smell. The best fit for a fall wedding would be deep-red apples, but depending on a décor idea, the apples could be green, yellow, spray-painted in golden or white, or sprinkled with sparkles, etc. For a country wedding, natural freshly picked apples from a local farm or grandma’s garden would be a perfect fit as well. Apples can be used in any type of wedding decoration. The little cards with guest names and table numbers attached to the apples are an interesting substitution to a regular wedding seating chart. Pears or small pumpkins are another option for this idea. The apples might be a part of a bride’s or bridesmaids’ bouquets, and even serve as a ring bearer pillow.

Another beautiful idea is to make apple candle holders and place them along the wedding aisle, stairways, corridors, and guest tables. The newlyweds’ initials, wedding date numbers, wedding hashtags, or a huge heart shape can also be constructed with the apples for cool and creative photos. A few huge baskets, bins or wooden boxes filled with apples will serve as a beautiful décor for the ceremony stage, entrance hall, or any other area of your venue. Besides all of the above, the apples need to be on the desert table. For instance, caramelized apples are interesting seasonal goodies, which will pleasantly surprise your guests, and home-made apple jam may become a delicious keepsake for your guests to enjoy on a cold winter night.

If you think the apple décor theme is overused, it can be easily substituted with pears, berries, or combination of several fall fruits. Just tell us your wedding décor dream and we will make it come true!

The Lemon Decor Team