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4 Wedding Themes to Love This Fall

With the end of the year coming quickly to a close, now is a time for new engagements for those who will be tying the knot next Fall.  If you’re among those couples who love the idea of a romantic Fall wedding, you definitely want to choose the most amazing wedding theme for the season.

What are some of the most popular Fall wedding themes out there? We have some ideas for you so read on and find out more.

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Color-based. You don’t need a very complex wedding theme if that’s not your thing. On the contrary, you can actually create a Fall wedding theme out of the colors that are usually encountered in the natural landscape of the season. Yellow, orange, red, and brown hues will make your wedding look not only perfectly incorporated in the season, but they will also create a warm, welcoming atmosphere for your Big Day. Even more, you can always step outside of the classic Fall colors and focus on moodier shades – such as dark violets and burgundies (these colors are VERY trendy right now).

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Romantic fairy-tale. Are you the kind of romantic couple who wants their wedding to be ethereally beautiful, just like a fairy-tale? Thankfully, Fall can provide you with this. Twinkle lights, jewel tones, fallen leaves arrangements, white pumpkins, Fall fruit and flower bouquets – there’s a myriad of gorgeous elements you can actually incorporate into a romantic Fall wedding. So lovely!

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Thanksgiving. Planning an intimate, small wedding? Why not center it around the idea of Thanksgiving (and maybe even around the date)? Diving into the concept of giving thanks to your closest friends and family on your special day will have your guests leaving your celebration with a sense of appreciation and much more. Serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner and people will LOVE every single bite of it, that’s a guarantee!

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Chilly cheer - For those that love the cheerful holiday season, a white winter wedding is right up your alley. With so much holiday decorations everywhere you go, there are endless options for your wedding design to incorporate stringing lights, snowflakes, and all the best the holidays have to offer. Better yet, incorporate poinsettias into your bouquet, boutonnieres, and tablescapes to leave your guests in awe!

Whatever wedding theme you may choose, make sure it’s something that defines you as a couple, as individuals, and as a love story. After all, that’s the best part of planning a wedding: allowing your personality to transpire and creating an event that has YOU written all over it!

elizabeth cohn