Top 5 Fall Wedding Color Combos

Pulled from trending wedding blogs, Pinterest boards, and experience Wedding Collectibles is taking a look at the top Fall Wedding Colors for 2014! Even if you are not having seasonal wedding theme, the seasons influence what wedding colors are going to be the easiest to find accessories in and are going to seem right. Like a floral wedding with spring colored flowers in the middle of winter with snow falling…it just doesn’t fit. So, take a look at these colors that give variety, but also just fit the fall mood!

1) Pumpkin

Fall Wedding Colors

Starting with the more obvious choice, but definitely a fall wedding favorite we have pumpkin! This color can go with a lot of different styles and doesn’t mean you have to have fall leaves and actual pumpkins at your wedding -though that could be cute! This nice and earthy tone will bring in the warmth that goes with the idea of snuggling under a blanket. A good color to match this with if you want to help yourself avoid the thanksgiving dinner feel is navy.

2) Eggplants and Mustard     
Fall Wedding Color TrendsPhoto: “PERFECT FALL WEDDING COLOR PALETTE IDEAS 2014 TRENDS”

Who doesn’t like a good eggplant? This fall wedding color combo is perfect for those bohemian, hipster, shabby chic weddings. This color combo and style also works better for someone who wants to have more flowers at their wedding.

3) Peach and Magenta

Fall Color Palette

Photo: Ruffled Blog “Fall Floral Color Palette”

This color palette is less of being two colors, and meant to be more that it starts with peach and melds into other rosy colors into the dark magenta, giving you a nice color range. This is a great color combo for the fall because it can mimic a bundle of mixed berries. You can have your bridesmaids in the different colors and even serve things like blueberry pie!J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only streaming

4) Emerald and Pewter

Emerald Wedding Colors

Photo: Letter Impressed, “Fall Wedding Color Combinations” By Ajalon

Emerald is another great color choice for fall and is becoming increasingly popular. Paired with a pewter or warm gray will help that emerald stand out and give your wedding and simple, elegant look.

5) Dusty Blue and Cranberry Red

Trendy Fall Wedding Colors

Photo: The Bride Link, “Fall Wedding Color Ideas”

The final color palette in our top 5 is not necessarily in last place. This mixture of dark and light, warm and cool, creates a supremely elegant wedding look. It works well with the various wedding style favorites, but will always create a look of sophistication.

Top 10 Fall Cake Toppers

Top 10 Fall Cake Toppers 

1) Precious Moments Rustic Wedding Cake TopperRustic Fall Wedding Cake topper

This Precious Moments cake topper is perfect for a Fall wedding with it’s earthy tones and warm vibe. It will of course work best with a rustic wedding, but also works for vintage and shabby chic as well – which just so happen to be very popular wedding styles in the fall!

2) Willow Tree “Around You”

Willow Tree Cake Topper

 

One of the great things about a Fall Wedding is that embodies the intimate atmosphere of fall weather. Leaves change, the cold nips at your toes, and as the rain falls you drink hot coco and cuddle under a blanket made for one. This cake topper from Willow captures that, making it a perfect choice for your fall wedding.

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Fall Wedding Inspirations and Tips

Fall wedding boardAs we enter into the month of September with summer closing down, we can be excited about at least one thing: Fall weddings are gorgeous! With fall weddings you can use rich and warm colors. A step in the rustic direction -which is a very popular trend — is never a wrong move in the fall. Plus, it is the season of change, making it the perfect choice for a wedding.

Fall Wedding Flowers

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With fall weddings, your flowers can be bigger and darker with natural tones taking the lead. This is, however, a season where those popular succulent flower choices look a little less at home.film Fifty Shades Darker online

The desired look or feeling is comparable to how you would feel looking up into the bronze and gold leaves -with that hint of green — watching the sunlight trickle through. Rich reds, purples, and oranges of the burnt orange variety are great color choices when using those changing leaves as an inspiration. Also, when deciding on your wedding colors,  keep in mind that gold accents will amp up this season’s natural beauty.

Rustic Cake Topper

Photo: Wedding Collectibles — Personalized Wood Veneer Sign

For your wedding accessories, items like burlap table runners, wedding sparklers, and rustic wedding cake toppers will really fit into this season. If you are wanting to do a unity candle or sand vase as part of your ceremony, for fall, the candle is more ideal. Also, leaf designs done right can really make your fall wedding look absolutely perfect; you probably just don’t want everything to have that big maple leaf on it!

 

How to Decide Where to Get Married

Wedding Party Full of Family

Photo: Wedding Collectibles, “Destination Hawaii Real Wedding Feature — Melissa & Cameron”
This cute couple decided on a destination wedding at their honeymoon spot. It was the perfect choice for them, but meant a small ceremony with a limited number of guests.

A problem some couples will encounter is the difficulty of deciding where they should get married. These are usually couples that have family in different states, opposite sides of the country, or even a different country all together. There really is now barrier to who you will fall in love with in relevance to where your families and friends are from. So how do you decide where to get married?

Here are some factors to consider:movie Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter 2017 streaming

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A Bohemian Real Wedding with Victoria and Trevor

bohemian bride

Photography for V+T Wedding: Kara Rush Photography

Trevor and Tori met in 2012 while attending the same church. Many of their friends instinctively knew that they would be a good match and continually tried to set them up. After a several failed attempts, they gave in to their friends’ pushing prodding. Even then they thought going on a date would be primarily a fun night out and completely social. To their surprise, they found themselves inseparable after just one date.

They were engaged in October of 2013 and had only 3 months to plan their wedding!

“Trevor took me to a John Mayer concert at the Hollywood Bowl. All night I kept having this feeling that he was going to propose. By the time the concert was over, my brain was fried from thinking he was or wasn’t going to propose. On the way home, he took me to a vantage point overlooking Orange County where a picture of us, candles, succulent flowers, and some sparkling cider was set up. He got down on one knee and BAM!”

On January 3rd of 2014 this sweet couple was married in the LDS Temple in Newport. Following the private and quiet ceremony, they proceeded to the beautiful venue of Hillcrest Terrace of Fullerton. Their gorgeous bohemian chic wedding was full of laughs,elegance, and pure joy.

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How to Tell Someone They Won’t be a Bridesmaid

How to Tell Someone They Won’t be a Bridesmaid

Bridesmaids

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When you get engaged you are going to be face with a million decisions big and small. One of which will be who to include in your bridal party. This can be difficult if you have a lot of friends and family members that you care about and have been important parts of your life. Really, to have so many people in your life that are important to you is a blessing, but when it comes to narrowing it down for your bridesmaids, it becomes a curse.

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First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage, Then Comes…Life

First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage, Then Comes…Life

Romantic Wedding

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Getting married is a wonderful moment in someone’s life. The wedding ceremony is full of love, promise, and hope. The bride and groom are standing before all of their friends and family, sharing their love with each other. Truly, it is a beautiful thing. However, the wedding and marriage are two separate things. Your wedding day is a sweet memory you can lock up in boxes, pictures, and sentiment. Marriage can be equally sweet, but is out in the open, experienced day in and day out, and comes with a lot of responsibility. Both are beautiful, but the later requires everlasting effort and isn’t done in a day, though you may find that life still runs by in a blur.

Because of this day in and out experience with your loved one, it is easy to lose a little bit of your wedding day spark between the toe nail clippings and the mouth guards. The days of waking up to your husband’s mysteriously minty fresh breath and your wife’s seemingly naturally smooth and hairless legs are over. But does this mean you love each other less? Of course not! Does this mean you can’t still get butterflies when he smiles? No! But sometimes you may need to remind each other of just how crazy in love you are with one another.

3 Tips for Keeping the Romance Alive:

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Date Ideas to Celebrate Your 1st Anniversary

Photo: Ruffled Blog, “Puck’s Farm Wedding”

Your first wedding anniversary is a special one. You are still all extra lovey-dovey, you have made it through the first year of adjustment, and you are looking forward excitedly toward the future. So, how are you going to celebrate?

Start the date out by getting ready is separate rooms. Have your sweet husband “pick you up” either at the front door or even at your bedroom door. Sometimes being married means that romance will get shuffled to the side, so it can be fun to encourage the night with the butterflies of anticipation.

Romantic Boat Cruise

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What you go and do, is going to depend on you and your tastes, but I would suggest going out somewhere you either have never been or don’t usually go to. This could be an expensive restaurant, something thrilling like rock climbing, renting out a boat and taking the romantic evening out to sea, or a weekend get away. The important thing is to do something that will break routines.

Next, something else to make the night special is to fill it with surprises. This goes along with the idea to go do something different and fun, but adds in a sprinkle of gifts. You can do a series of small gifts throughout the night, or you can just give one (it doesn’t even have to be expensive). As we discussed earlier this week, the traditional gift for the first anniversary is paper. To see ideas of how to get creative with this gift read our blog, “1st Wedding Anniversary Traditions“.

Wedding Cake

Photo: Ruffled Blog, “NotWedding New Orleans”

End the night by keeping with tradition and share that top layer of your wedding cake. If you looked ahead and saved your top tier for your anniversary, you will surely be rewarded with deliciousness and sentimentality (ie. lovey-dovey-ness). If you didn’t save it, try and see if you can get a small cake like your wedding cake by the baker that worked your wedding. Some bakers actually offer making you a cake on your 1st anniversary as a part of your original purchase.