Magical Fall Wedding Theme Ideas

The brisk, crisp air. The sound of rustling leaves. Pumpkin-flavored coffee. The sounds, sights and smells of fall make for an excellent setting for a wedding.  So, today we have some magical fall wedding theme ideas.

Fall is the best time of the year for many people, which explains its popularity as a time to get married. For that reason we have featured four tips for a perfect fall weddingand wedding inspiration for a vibrant fall wedding. In addition we have offered an Okterberfest Wedding Infographic and dangerously delicious fall wedding cocktails
Here are some magical fall wedding theme ideas, from Bridal Guide:
A team of creative wedding pros envision three fabulous wedding themes.

Fall In Love

A sprawling barn gets the glamour treatment courtesy of Beth Lindsay Chapman, Candice Dowling Coppola and Carla Ten Eyck, the creative forces behind these celebratory designs. Tyrone Farm, in northwestern Connecticut, was the setting for this candlelit celebration, dressed with moss and mirrors, patterned plates and vintage velvet.

The jumping-off point: “Autumn in New England is all about color, comfort and classic memories, and we wanted to put the focus on this warm and wonderful season.”

Says Coppola: “I chose a warm, autumn-inspired color story of various shades in marigold, ivory, brown and green. Layering colors, including tones of the same shade, added dimension to the overall design.” Outside, the blazing autumnal leaves carried the color palette across the grounds to gorgeous, natural effect.

Twine-wrapped bouquet by Just for You Floral Design LLC.

fall bouquet

Heirloom earrings and vintage fur for “something old.”

fall bride

A be-ribboned flower girl.


flower girl

A pear table setting exudes seasonal flair, as do the mirrors and moss decorations that bedeck each chair.

fall table setting

rustic chair decoration

Cool greens counter the warm, autumnal tones.

fall centerpiece

Toasted s’mores cupcakes from Lovely Lollies and an enticing clutch of fudge pops.

smores cupcakes


fudge pops

Photo Credit: Carla Ten Eyck