If there’s one wedding color we don’t see going away anytime soon, it’s burgundy. The berry-hued, wine-inspired jewel tone beautifully pairs with a wide range of colors while providing a rich context for any wedding palette. It can also work perfectly with other colors like gold and blue. Today we’re sharing these gorgeous burgundy and dusty blue wedding color ideas, which will have you rethinking your wedding color themes!
Marked by harvest season, fall is a wonderful time to engage fruits, vegetables, nuts and meats in wedding events, serving traditional fall food at the reception and having natural autumn colors with decorations are great ways to celebrate the big day. The autumn bride has a number of rich colors to draw from for her wedding flowers. Oranges, gold, reds and browns remain the most commonly used colors for autumn weddings and many flowers naturally available during the fall months can be found in these colors. If you’re also planning your weddings in fall, check out these great autumn wedding ideas.
At this time of year, deep reds and burgundies come in to play, looking dramatic on their own or combining beautifully with other jeweled shades and metallic. Burgundy is a fantastic color for fall and winter weddings. If you’re exploring a burgundy wedding theme, I hope these ideas will inspire and delight!
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What’s the amazing dessert that’s a definite crowd-pleaser, and that adults and children alike love to eat? Let’s hear it for the s’more. There’s really nothing better than toasted marshmallow and melty chocolate stuffed between two crunchy graham crackers. What’s the best part about this fan-favorite dessert? It’s perfect for both a summer and winter wedding. Set up a cozy fire pit on a summer night, or keep warm in the winter by a crackling fire, as you eat your treat—s’mores are good to go all year round. Set up a traditional s’mores bar, offer s’mores wedding favors, or go big with our ultimate s’mores wedding cake. Be sure to set out wet napkins if you’re serving s’mores or s’mores variation—marshmallows can get super sticky. Get inspired by these s’more recipes and s’more-inspired desserts.
Looking to tie the beauty of fall into your autumn wedding? Your cake is the perfect opportunity to bring a bit of fall charm into your reception. The biggest way to make a statement is with unique cake flavors, since taste and smell are the two senses that play the largest role in crafting a memorable dining experience. Delight your guests with seasonal flavors like pumpkin spice cake, maple icing glazes or salted caramel drizzles. Check out these seasonal fall wedding cakes and get inspired.
We are sharing our idea for autumn brides who’re looking for burgundy color inspirations. Fall weddings are a good time of year if you like deep, rich colors. Burgundy, red, wine, deep red and plum are all excellent choices here to match up with the falling leaves, especially if you’ll be getting married outdoors. This is definitely a great color for this time of year, also burgundy can look very striking when paired with coppery colors or deep ivory. Here’re I’ve rounded up these amazing burgundy wedding centerpieces for your reference.
When it comes to the bridal bouquets, moody is one of the greatest trend that allows your nuptials look outstanding and memorable. Try dark purple, red, navy and green colors with grey, black and brown to achieve that special mood. You can also go for a black lace gown or just a dark-colored one, rock black lace shoes and a gorgeous lush decadent bouquet. Choose a black suit and shirt for your groom and dark-colored dresses for your bridesmaids. Get dark candles, fruits and berries to create a decadent atmosphere. Check out these fabulous moody wedding bouquets ang get inspired.
If the pomp and circumstance of “traditional” wedding planning makes you want to pull your hair out, an intimate elopement is probably right up your alley. Elopements can be incredibly personal and oh so romantic—not to mention they can save you tons of time, money and your sanity. Here I’ve rounded up these fabulous elopement ideas for your reference. Check them out and get inspired.
Lavender is known as a soft, romantic shade of purple that works well with almost any other combination, which is frequently used in wedding celebrations, from color palette, decorations to dresses and favors. Here’re some loveliest lavender wedding ideas for your reference. Get a cup of coffee and move along to steal for your own event!
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We talked about bride and groom sweetheart table decorations last time and today we’ll go with the bride and groom chair decorations. No matter what your wedding style or budget, there are endless options for decorating yours and your groom’s reception chairs. Are you a vintage-loving couple with an eye for whimsy touches? Then consider two mismatched floral-upholstered chairs with simple painted wood signs. They’ll stand out among more traditional rentals and speak to your unique style. If you prefer a more modern look, opt for clear acrylic chairs with gold laser-cut signs. It’s a contemporary choice that will look chic in a more industrial space. Check out these amazing wedding chair decoration ideas and get inspired!