As the weather cools down and the leaves start to turn, it’s not hard to fall for the beauty of the autumnal season. Fall weddings, in particular, are a wonderful opportunity to embrace the harvest season and there are a handful of trends that can guide you on your way to the perfect autumn wedding. Let’s take a look at a few up-and-coming fall trends.
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While gold and silver may always be classic, copper is making quite the impression on fall weddings this year! Whether its chargers or candle-holders, copper is a magnificent way to incorporate metallic accents without going overboard with the glitz. Copper can have a place in your wedding, whether your special day is rustic or luxurious. Try copper Moscow mule mugs for some creative yet simple votives!
2. Unique Lighting
This fall is all about unique ways to light up your love on your special day. Vintage candelabras are all the rage, and pair well with candlesticks in a variety of colors. Wedding lighting is not simply about seeing the way to the dance floor; it has the power to create romance, magic, and wonder. In certain ways, unique lighting can have more effect on wedding ambiance than the décor.
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Similar to lighting, lanterns provide a unique way to integrate a certain atmosphere into wedding décor. Placing a simple pillar candle in a vintage lantern is a cost-effective way to add a special touch to every corner of a wedding venue. Lanterns can sit on the ground or be hung and are quite versatile. It takes very little effort to repurpose from the ceremony area to the reception area.
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4. Rich Colors
We all know that there are certain colors that signify autumn, so why not incorporate those colors into your fall wedding? Deep, warm hues like burgundy, burnt orange, and brown can add a lovely, dramatic touch to a wedding through its décor and will fit perfectly with the seasonal weather.
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5. Cozy Favors
In the fall, warm afternoons often turn into crisp, chilly evenings. What better than to send your guests off with some favors to keep them warm? Personalized candles, hot chocolate or apple cider mix, or some soft gloves are all thoughtful favors to keep your guests cozy!
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Audrey Isaac is the spokesperson for 100Candles.com, an online market that pairs high quality candles with unmatched customer service. From weddings and birthdays to holiday parties and fundraisers 100Candles.com has enjoyed celebrating life’s biggest moments along with their customers since 2002.