Fall Into My Favorite Season

As an avid lover of the Fall & Winter Season, I would like to introduce the tiny little details of a Fall wedding you would not want to Wed without. I encourage you to capture your guests senses by incorporating colors, textures, smells, flavors, & favors of the season.


Nothing screams Fall Wedding like Orange, Red, Yellow, & Burgandy decor. You can find a very nice color palette in this Circus Rose


***Smell & Texture

For your wedding the last thing you want to do is overwhelm your guests with fragrance. This can cause naseau and nose/ allergy irritation so be careful. However, a subtle scent of cinnamon, pumpkin spice, or caramel candy apple will add a nice aroma while endulging your guests in the presence of the season.



As an option, you can always ditch the sweet layers at your wedding and opt into a flavorful yet traditional touch of the season. These pumpkin pie bites can serve as a great dessert option.


I’m so excited about this Hot Apple Cider Drink Mix as a wedding favor. This is such a great idea! Especially for a night wedding. Serving this to your guests or having a *Hot Apple Cidar Bar*at a night wedding would also be a great idea!

If your wedding falls between September 1 and November 1 you are safe to use Fall decor. I would personally give you until Thanksgiving, but it is definitely up to you. After November 22 I wouldnt suggest using this theme for your wedding. Stay tuned next Tuesday for tips on how to incorporate Winter themed wedding ideas.

Happy Planning!

Image Credits

Circus Rose ; Candle ; Pumpkin Pie Bites ; Hot Apple Cider Drink Mix

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