Think about what elements are a most have for you and your better marrying half. Keep the list short and look around your local area for a memorable location that draws in late fall colors, sounds and the scent of seasons changing.
Keep your fall wedding playful and don't stress over every last tiny detail. You will enjoy your day so much more if you relax and breath in the love and meaning of the day not just the price tag.
Keep your wedding design local, think about what your local area has to offer and blend it in with your decor, outfits and general style of the wedding.
You do not have to go with oranges, dark hues or rusty reds. You can develop a fall color palette for your wedding that is as unique as any other season.
What colors hold the most meaning to you and your better half?
Think about palettes that harken back to colors from your family's past; perhaps you or your loved one's grandparents' wedding colors.
Toasty wool shawls in Native American patterns will add color and a unique edge to all the bridal party outfits. You can even cut down some Native print fabric and use them in the tuxedos to tie in all the elements. When all else fails (or snows) wearing long sleeve dresses will keep everyone warmer and happy.
Use candles and wood fire pits to bring light and warmth to your evening wedding in the fall. Instead of a chuppah or flower covered arch try creating an arch with succulents and thick pillar candles. Tier the candles up to 6 feet and wrap their bases with succulents in vivid hues.
Keeping an evening fall or winter wedding bright and filled with loving, friendly warmth will make your guests feel at home and create a night to remember.