Fall is quickly becoming the sought after season to get married. With the fresh, crisp air and beautiful shades of red and yellow leaves, the autumn season is a beautiful backdrop for any wedding. If you’re planning an autumn wedding, make your theme pop with these easy fall wedding ideas.

Pumpkins & Pinecones

Nothing speaks autumn more than the look of a big, orange pumpkin. Pumpkins are such an easy element to add to your wedding theme that can be transformed to fit a variety of purposes. Cut off the top of the pumpkin and clean out the seeds for a delicious smelling flower vase. Grab some black and white paint and sketch “Mr. and Mrs.” on two pumpkins to mark the bride and groom’s table at the wedding reception.

Pinecones, just like pumpkins, are another fall element that serve a great decorating purpose. Scatter pinecones around your gorgeous pumpkin flower arrangements. Also consider gluing mini clothes pins at the base of a pinecone to create an aesthetic place card holder.

Here Come the Leaves

If you have a flower girl preceding you down the aisle, mix up the typical wedding etiquette with this wedding decorating idea. Instead of your lovely flower girl dropping flower petals down the aisle, incorporate the fall season into your ceremony by having her lay out colored leaves. The reds, oranges, and yellows of these gorgeous displays of autumn will charm your guests and set the tone of your fall wedding.

Outdoor Wedding Venue

What better way to top off a fall themed wedding than with a picturesque autumn wedding venue. The Haley Mansion has gorgeous indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces that capture the blissful romance of autumn. Our outdoor ceremony site has all the elements of nature from luscious color-changing trees to cool waterfalls. Our indoor ceremony site also has large windows and skylights to bring the beauty of the changing seasons inside.

With these autumn wedding ideas, you can easily incorporate the fall season into your wedding theme. Schedule a tour of The Haley Mansion today and find the perfect spot to host your fall wedding.

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