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31 Fall Wedding Ideas You'll Want To Try Immediately

Crush these details like leaves under your shoes.

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1. Add fall leaves to your bouquet.

The foliage provides a nice color and texture contrast.
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The foliage provides a nice color and texture contrast.

2. Go bowling in a hay-lined alley.

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3. Throw on a cozy sweater over your wedding dress to stay warm.

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4. Or a glittery jacket, which will warm you up and make you look like a ~rockstar~.

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5. Accent a stunning, long-sleeved gown with a whimsical topper.

Those feathers!
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Those feathers!

6. Stick some autumn leaves into your hair.

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7. Or top off your updo with some cream and plum flowers.

8. Dress up your bridesmaids in marsala-colored dresses.

Marsala is the Pantone color of the year!
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Marsala is the Pantone color of the year!

9. Give them flannels as a cute and practical bridesmaid gift.

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10. Or have them pair patterned tights with shorter dresses.

11. Time to suit up? Get creative by mixing patterns and textures.

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12. Pin on these perfectly autumnal boutonnieres.

Find out how to DIY these here.
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Find out how to DIY these here.

13. Set out blankets for guests to keep them warm.

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14. Or offer up hand warmers to help them stay nice and toasty.

Super-easy DIY instructions here.
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Super-easy DIY instructions here.

15. Deck out your entire ceremony with candles and twinkly lights.

Those chandeliers are a gift from above.
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Those chandeliers are a gift from above.

16. Seriously, go all out with candles.

Because ~romance~.
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Because ~romance~.

17. And get downright leafy with your decor.

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18. Make a pretty (and cost-effective) ceremony backdrop with burlap.

DIY this one with some fabric paint, burlap bolts, greenery, and logs.
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DIY this one with some fabric paint, burlap bolts, greenery, and logs.

19. Dress up your tables in trendy tweed.

This tablecloth is A+.
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This tablecloth is A+.

20. Paint leaves gold for a show-stopping ceiling decoration.

21. Offer guests a yummy snack with a popcorn bar.

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22. Serve deliciously seasonal doughnuts and apple cider.

Display them on a wood-block holder, while you're at it.
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Display them on a wood-block holder, while you're at it.

23. Go all out with fall-y figs.

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24. Toast with festive apple cider mimosas.

Get the recipe here!
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Get the recipe here!

25. Or wet your whistle with a maple bourbon cocktail.

Click here for the recipe.
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Click here for the recipe.

26. Sip drinks out of birch-print straws.

Buy them here.
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Buy them here.

27. Whip up these pumpkin hand pies for favors.

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

28. Have guests sign a pumpkin guest book.

(Hint: Use a faux pumpkin so it will last forever.)
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(Hint: Use a faux pumpkin so it will last forever.)

29. Work in unexpected fall colors, like hot pink.

Find out how to make this cute and easy centerpiece here.
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Find out how to make this cute and easy centerpiece here.

30. Use kraft paper for disposable (and pretty!) placemats.

The brown paper pairs nicely with rich red tones.
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The brown paper pairs nicely with rich red tones.

31. And when the weather gets chilly, move the party into a tent.

Happy fall!

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