For a desert wedding in San Diego, California, featured on and captured by , the couple went for a rich color palette of rust andwith driftwood and cactus as their (unconventional) floral choice.
The centerpiece pulls in the southwestern decor of the setting. Burnt orange blooms and rich greenery pop against the textured wooden focal point.
The menu for the reception is printed on a turquoise dream catchers and set atop a bright green cactus.
For an unconventional sweetheart table, this teepee is accompanied by lush florals, a cozy rug and embroidered pillows, perfect for a crisp fall evening.
The place setting introduces copper elements — the unofficial metallic for fall.
A couple chose their own own 14-acre farm to get married on, providing ample space for both the ceremony and reception. This wedding, featured on and shot by , features all the cozy comforts of fall and its family-oriented holidays with long farmhouse tables.
The altar was surrounded by a gorgeous canopy of fall blooms with a mix of greens, purples and oranges that scream autumn.
The fall tablescape featured hanging floral chandeliers and yellow-tinted glassware to warm up the white place setting.
Ditching the traditional table set up, seating cards were hung vertically along a waterfall of ribbons.
The invitations were beautifully designed in orange and a rich green, perfect for a fall wedding color palette.
This sweet fruit adds a golden touch to any fall wedding, and pairs well with pastel pinks, reds and greens, as in this gorgeous autumn soirée from and . Add muted tones of blue for a color scheme that reflects the beauty of the outdoors, from orchard to sky.
The color palette of pastel pinks, reds and greens carries over to the couple's chairs, which are adorned with a lovely fall flower arrangement.
The pear theme continues with a leaf and pari combo on each place setting complete with gold an blue trimmed dinnerware.
The muted blue tones started with the invitations on the save the date.
No matter the season, the ring shot is an important part of any big day. Here, the bride holds a pear with her engagement ring on top.
The color scheme of autumn's fallen leaves provides a natural palette for a seasonal wedding. This charming wedding from and used the warm hues of falls changing leaves for inspiration.
Rich burgundy leaves serve was name cards on top of the place settings.
The rich berry tones found in falling leaves inspired the magenta envelopes for the invitations.
A mix of plum and berry-colored leaves rest on a gold tray and make for a unique fall seating card arrangement.
The bride incorporated leaves and feathers into her bouquet.
An obvious seasonal staple, yet still relentlessly appealing, apples lend a playful accent to this fall wedding from and . The fruit's red and green hues offer an ideal color scheme for an outdoor wedding, evoking the simplistic charm of time spent in orchards on brisk autumn days.
This makeshift sign not only points guests in the right direction, but further adds to the orchard vibes at this wedding.
Apples at every place setting with guests names, is a subtle way to cary on the theme.
Even if your wedding takes place indoors, it's easy to thread the beauty of fall forests into your theme. This wedding from and has antler and branch accents that welcome guests to the festivities in the coziest way imaginable.
The gift table features a wishing well made out of beaded branch table-top tree.
White logs covered in moss and topped with flowers and candles add a rustic element to this fall wedding.
The couples table is surround by floating candles to create a romantic and intimate setting — two important elements of a fall wedding.
A bohemian wedding brings warmth to an autumnal seashore with lanterns filled with rosy flower arrangements and glowing candles, creating an inmistakably warm aesthetic in this wedding from and .
The lanterns are filled with blush and berry colored blooms, warming up the color palette of this seaside wedding.
The dessert table is full of with a fringed cream runner and warm candle holders.