Celebrate the Season with a Fall-Inspired Turning Leaves Wedding!

Do you love the fall season as much as you love your sweetie? If your wedding is happening during those awesome autumn months, we have a great theme for you: turning leaves!

Turning Leaves Fall Wedding Ideas and Inspiration

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This stunning theme draws its inspiration from those bold fall colors that debut just as the first hint of a chill appears in the air.

Those leaves start to change, and we eagerly anticipate chowing down on spiced pumpkin and apple treats, and snuggling up with our loved ones as the weather gets colder.

A turning leaves themes is a chance to incorporate all those things you love into one beautiful event, because it combines bold earth tones, rich fall foods, and being close to loved ones.

Just think about all the ways you can include leaves! Replace processional rose petals and recessional rice with beautiful fall leaves and you’ll literally be showering the bride and groom with the brilliance of the fall season.

If you look forward to rich fall foods all year long, why wait for Thanksgiving? Plan a menu based around all those favorites – candied apples, pumpkin pies, roasted turkey, and fresh-baked breads. When it comes time to chow down, odds are your guests will be just as grateful for your wedding as they are for turkey day!

Dress up your bridal party in brilliant colors, including rich reds, oranges, browns, and yellows. Top off your decor with beautiful in-season fall flowers (click here  to see our top fall flower picks and what they mean), and you have a wedding that people will fall head over heels for!

Would you have a turning leaves-themed fall wedding? What seasonal elements would you incorporate into your wedding? Share your ideas in the comments below, or click “Like” to get the conversation started on Facebook!