Wedding Inspo to Take You From Summer to Fall

Transition with ease!

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Late summer, early fall – whatever you might call it, summer is coming to an end, and autumn is on the horizon. This transitional period leaves some brides, grooms and wedding planners confused as to how to approach styling their big day. Using a fusion of the brightness of summer with the rustic elements of fall, your wedding will be a breeze. If your wedding is having an identity crisis, read on for beautiful inspiration you can rely on!

 

 

 

 

Photo | Show Me Your Mumu

Earthy Hues

Mix muted florals with tan and white for a subtle summery color scheme. Use warm, earthy tones in the decor, dress and just abotu everything else!

 

 

Photo | Branco Prata

Understated Florals

We love the use of feminine florals with rustic greenery for an understated look. Arrange eucalyptus, roses and wildflowers in an overflowing bounty of florals for effortless looking floral design!

 

 

 

Photo | Bridal Boutique

Cream + Color

For the groomsmen, consider cream-colored dress shirts and ties with a soft blue jacket overtop. Brighten the look with colorful buds spilling out of the jacket pocket. It’s like a boutonniere and pocket square in one!

 

 

 

Photo | We Laugh, We Love Photography

Seasonal Sips

This blackberry bramble cocktail is perfect for a late summer happy hour. This 1980s English cocktail brings together dry gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup, creme de mure (blackberry liqueur) and crushed ice. Garnish with fresh blackberries and mint and voila! Ready for sipping.

 

 

 

Photo | When We Knew Photography

Fresh Tablescape

Soft florals, gray linens and peak-of-the-season figs come together for the most delightful table setting. Disperse simple glassware and cream-colored candles and you’ve set the mood!

 

 

 

 

Photo | Rebecca Yale

Citrus Confections

Kumquats, grapefruits and blood oranges, oh my! The dessert table has never looked this good (or fresh)! A simple white cake garnished with citrus is elegant and so of-the-season. Give your guests the best summer produce while you still can!

 

Which idea do you plan on using in you end-of-summer wedding celebration? Tag us in your photos!