Fall Wedding Trends | 2013
People claim that our generation doesn't read anymore, but book-themed weddings have been blowing up Pinterest. Building ceremony arches out of books, using book pages to make bouquets, and stacking books for centerpieces is appropriate here. As an added bonus, the photography possibilities are almost endless. For an extra umph, pick a specific/favorite book to narrow down your wedding theme, or find a children's book and base your wedding on the illustrations!
There is nothing like a late-season bonfire, and if your wedding is small, having a bonfire wedding seems like sheer perfection. Smores Bars and hot cocoa during the reception are a must, and wearing a cozy sweater over your bridal gown is an adorable touch.
Pantone Tangerine Tango
Pantone's 2012 "Color of the Year" has been taking over by storm, and orange has always been a popular fall color, but this year Tangerine has kicked it up a notch. When combined with orange-toned pinks, light greens, greys, and whites, "Tangerine Tango" goes from garish to fresh! Make sure to use the Tangerine as your POP of color (not your primary color) in bouquets, dresses, and decor.
All-Neutral weddings have been showing up in the magazines for months and are making a strong appearance in Fall 2013 collections. To keep it from falling flat, mixing matte and metallic neutrals together is key, as well as adding texture (with materials like lace) and breaking up the taupes with ivory accents.
Instead of mixing browns and oranges for a fall wedding, why not mix golds and bronzes? Metallic touches instantly add glamour to an event, and with DIY paints and sprays, it's as easy as ever to make your wedding gilded.
See more of these trends on Couture Commitments' Pinterest!
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