When it comes to Autumn weddings, people often think about pumpkins, bonfires and spooky Halloween-inspired ideas. However, today we’re looking at romantic Autumn wedding inspiration using a beautiful colour combination. Peach orange and dusty red are a duo that works wonderfully for an Autumn wedding, however it still retains that delicate romance that couples strive for on their wedding day. Sit back, relax and read on for some weekly wedding inspiration…
Your wedding stationery is a fun and creative way of setting the scene with your wedding theme. Give your guests a little clue about your wedding day by choosing designs that use a romantic Autumn colour palette. Fresh white invitations with red and orange illustrations or font will look simple, but they’re enough to give a subtle hint towards your theme. Wedding stationery also helps to add to the venue décor – it instantly adds a pop of colour to your reception tables, and the table plan can easily be a focal point of your day. Why not use a golden frame to display your seating plan – the gold is perfect for Autumn and it’ll add a touch of luxury to your day. Alternatively, a wooden frame will create a welcoming, rustic feel to your theme.
Autumn is all about the outdoors: golden leaves, bare trees and and crisp, chilly days. So why not channel the outdoors into your wedding day? Floral details are probably the easiest way to create a beautiful Autumnal feel to your wedding, and it means your day will look feminine and romantic too. Wooden archways adorned with dusty red and orange blooms will look wonderful. Why not decorate your wedding venue entrance with your favourite Autumnal flowers? Don’t forget about your confetti moment and your wedding photographs! Opt for petals in delicate ivory, red and orange shades so that they keep the theme in your photographs.
Speaking of flowers, your wedding bouquet will incorporate the theme into your bridal look. Roses in white, peach and red are the perfect choice for this season and they are all you need for your aisle style.
Let’s move onto to Autumn wedding food and drink. Your wedding cake can be as simple or as elaborate as you choose, but I love the thought of salted caramel icing with tons of berries for decoration. As mentioned earlier, if you do like the thought of incorporating gold accents into your Autumn wedding theme, why not display your wedding cake on a golden cake stand? Use the season to inspire your canapés and wedding breakfast. Pumpkin soup or pie will make delicious starters! Rich hot chocolate or pumpkin lattés in the evening will help to keep your guests warm and toasty – it’s bound to get chilly in the evening.
An Autumn wedding doesn’t just have to be about Halloween – it can be just as romantic as any other season, particularly if it’s personal to you as a couple. Would you consider a dusty red and orange colour palette for your Autumn wedding?