Autumn Wedding Trends
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Autumn weddings are some of the most adored of 2022 and they are sure to make a return in 2023! If you need some last minute ideas for your autumn wedding this year or want some takeaways for an autumn wedding next year, here are the rising trends for beautiful autumn weddings!
Dried Flower Bouquets
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These beautiful bouquets leave your guests in awe and capture the essence of the autumn season. Dried flower bouquets are also a great way to incorporate the deeper colors that bring your autumn theme together even more!
A Seasonal Menu
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Whether you’re all about the sweet pies or the savory charcuterie, bring the seasonal theme into your menu! Guests will love mini pumpkin or apple pies for a dessert. For the cocktail hour, include a charcuterie board! These not only taste delicious, but can be built to your own style. Charcuterie isn’t only about the taste, it's about the design and presentation too!
A Rustic Venue
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There's no better way to bring together a theme than with a venue! If you’re looking for the trendy autumn look, consider a rustic barn or winery. These venues are popular for providing that warm and comforting feel that everyone associates with the autumn season!
Wooden and Greenery Accents
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Autumn isn’t just for oranges and reds! Include an outdoor feel with wood and greenery. The wooden accents are reminiscent of fall, as people can associate the wood with a comforting fireside! The greenery brings together the final greens before the beautiful colors of fall.
Deep Color Accents
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Whether you’re going for an emerald green, a deep navy, wine red, or a burnt orange, dark colors are a big autumn trend for weddings this year and they are sure to stay! If you want these to be your main colors or even just an accent, nothing screams fall more than these deep tones of gorgeous autumn leaves and atmosphere!