The number of weddings that take place in fall is constantly growing. Statistics show us that 30% of all weddings occur in the autumnal months. This is good news, giving the fact that until recently the vast majority of couples chose spring or summer for their big day. The trend with cold season weddings is very popular and also very captivating for those who want something unique and special.
Among all months of the year, October is the third most popular for weddings. And we can only imagine why this month is so adored by brides and grooms! The fall foliage occurring during this period of time is absolutely gorgeous and irresistible! It would be a shame to overlook it and not exploit it for a wedding! The best route to go when planning an October or fall wedding in general is the seasonal route. Get inspired from the rich hues and foliage of the nature and be sure you will obtain a remarkable wedding setting.
Fall months are less popular but it seems that they are gaining more and more ground among those who are sick and tired of spring and summer weddings. October is a special time of the year that can provide with a rich source of inspiration for those who like the tonality and coloring of autumn. We have a few ideas for those of you who are interested in this subject. And they are based on the lovely foliage and deep colors promoted by the season. You should start creating the decorations for the ceremony first. And here you have the aisle and the altar to adorn.
You can choose to go for an alfresco wedding and enjoy the wildness of the season in a special location, such as a forest, open filed or park. Or you can choose a nice and quiet indoors restaurant or local that you can decorate it in a more rustic intimate way. Your colors can be dramatic or vibrantly cheerful. If you want something sophisticated and powerful, use chocolate brown, maroon or peat. To enlighten the theme, add a few shades of burnt orange, deep red or bright yellow. If you can for something luxurious or more glam, use bronze and hunter green.
Gold is one of the trendiest hues for fall or cold season weddings in genera. If you want your wedding reception to shine with elegance, we suggest you use a gold and purple color combo. Now, it depends on how formal or traditional your wedding is going to be. For a modern approach, use dried corn stalks, bales of hay, wheat, feathers, stones, wood recipients, pumpkins, branches, pine cones, mums, traditional roses and changing leaves to create the centerpieces.