Welcome to the Halloween season! For those of you are who having a Fall themed wedding this year or the next, then here’s some great ideas for some cheap and beautiful wedding decorations either using pumpkins or the idea of the hearty vegetable. Pumpkins can be a great way to cut costs and get guests into the festive mood.
There’s so much scope you can cover, beautiful abstract flowers, monograms, lace cuts, spots and even painting them to ensure they suit your color palette.
Or how about something a wee bit OTT! It certainly makes for a unique and quirky idea!
Why not use mini pumpkins as candle holders?
Yep that’s it pumpkins can be incorporated into the wedding anyway you like!
Hope you found this article useful! Tell us will be be carving an extra pumpkin for your wedding day?
Autumn is a beautiful time for cleaning out the old to make way for the new.This rustic season is full of natural color and inspiration, which is why lots of couples choose to hold an Autumn wedding. It can be a cheap and effective option to make use of colourful and visual landscapes and scenery in your photography and quirky ideas for fall inspired food and drink plates.
There are so many hot trends for autumn weddings, so it’s always best to start with your chosen color palette, which should include rich and vibrant colours like; mustard yellows, flame reds, golds, burnt oranges, deep purples and chocolate browns.
Think Country barns with fallen leaves! This is a great theme to showcase that gorgeous color palette.
Halloween & Thanksgiving
Traditional holiday themes, which are ideal for getting married in at the end of October. Think pumpkins, bobbing apples and warmed mulled wines.
Again apples, pumpkins and other Autumnal fruits and vegetables should be included.
Beautiful fallen leaves and berries can be incorporated into the wedding, it’s also a great time to use wood! Think beautiful wooden place mats or table numbers.
Modern and Chic
We’ve toned down the in your face Fall themes and gone for something a little more neutral, but keeps the essence of Fall still.
Thanks for reading!