Fall 2019 Inspired Wedding Tablescape and Couple Photoshoot
Fall is already here! To celebrate the season of pumpkin spice lattes and trick-or-treating, we are featuring a fall-inspired tablescape, plus a few wedding shots of a gorgeous couple which might give you a few ideas on how to take the perfect wedding pictures.
Bright orange tones set in a garden backdrop is both fun and imaginative. It puts a twist on rustic fall weddings we usually see at this time of the year. The groom's dark suit and the bride's seashell white gown are two opposites that also happen to both go great with bright pops of color.
Be the Goddess of Autumn on Your Wedding Day With Fall-Inspired Floral Designs
Aside from a fun floral arrangement for the perfect wedding photos, we also feature the bride's exotic bouquet for today's blog.
The bride is not wearing an ivory white gown. Instead, she is wearing a lace gown with a seashell white hue. We absolutely adore the gown's faintest touch of peach! You might not notice it right away but the use of the slightest hint of color on a bridal gown is such a playful decision. It complements the floral backdrop too!
And oh, can we mention again how gorgeous the bouquet is? We've mentioned in a few of our past blog posts that Pantone's color of the year is living coral (we're just putting it out there again in case you forgot or have not heard about it yet).
Our featured fall-inspired wedding absolutely uses living coral! Shades of yellow, reds, and pink are also included in the floral arrangement. The additional colors add more depth to the design so it looks livelier and more three-dimensional.
You can never go wrong with flowers when it comes to weddings. You can trust the florist to create wonderful flower arrangements but you can be very active in choosing the colors that you want. Pick a single color and make it the highlight of the floral arrangements. Any other additional colors should do well with your chosen hue.
Tablescape Ideas For Fall-Inspired Romantic Outdoor Weddings
Since we're already using bright florals overhead, it's better to keep the tablescape design simple and classy. Bold popping colors in weddings create an electric atmosphere that energizes guests and family.
For today's tablescape design, we went for bold pops of oranges. Because bold colors quickly attract attention, remember to only use a single main color throughout the wedding.
For instance, the overhead floral piece has the same colors and flowers used as the floral centerpiece. There is no need to introduce other bold colors in the reception. You can just play around one bold pop of color with other lighter tones. Be sure that you really, really like the color palette you choose.
White flatware in weddings are not overrated. It just purely depends on how you pair it with other elements of the tablescape design. Our chosen flatware keeps the design classy and calm despite the screaming bold colors. Learn how to balance the elements when it comes to tablescape wedding designs.
However, we did keep the playful side by including fun glassware! Everyone will be excited to try them out at the reception, trust us.
Muted Oranges and Pale Gold Table Runners on White Linens
We still want to keep the electric vibes going but we don't want to go overboard with today's tablescape design. White linens under pale gold table runners tie the whole design. It creates a hushed but energetic atmosphere. Pale yellow linens are used instead of bright orange ones to keep the romantic and dreamy side of things. It is a wedding, after all.
Bold colors are not considered tacky anymore when it comes to weddings. Don't be afraid to use electric and warm colors for fall-inspired weddings. Remember that there are no bad color palettes, it purely depends on how you mix and match! At the end of the day, it only matters if you're happy with your decision so don't forget to have fun!
credits: Workshop | Floral: vo floral design | Planning | Design| Paper Goods: Smitten Kiss @smittenkissweddings_events | Photographer: @Jessicakayphoto | Cake & Dessert: @CindysLittleCakery Makeup Artist: @quissy Bridal Dress Designer: bridal gown studio | Venue: @palmeventcenter | Rentals: @pleasantonrentals | Vintage pieces: Terry's Treasures | Rings: @iocollective | Bouquet Ribbons @partycrushstudio
Model: Ellie @ellianasuchomel and Cody @secret_code_e from