Saying “I do” beneath the harvest moon packs a stronger punch.
Forget the dainty, multitiered white wedding cake in favor of a hearty dessert station featuring pumpkin, cranberry, pecan, and salted caramel pies. Yum.
Instead of fragrant summer florals, why not create table garlands of blood oranges, berries, crab apples, pomegranates, squash, seeded eucalyptus leaves, and crimson dahlias?
No need for icy cocktails. Instead, opt for an aromatic batch of mulled cider with whiskey, cloves, cinnamon sticks, and nutmeg.
Go against the grain—and throw wheat grains instead of white rice. After all, good old gluten does represent fertility and hearth.
If your wedding falls on Halloween, tell your flower girls or ring bearers to walk down the aisle in whatever costume they want. The weirder, the better.
Don’t underestimate the deliciousness of autumn fare. Try pumpkin soup served in a mini pumpkin, bitter-greens salad with roasted sunflower seeds, sliced tart apples and maple syrup vinaigrette, and roasted root vegetables.
Forget the Saturday night bachelorette party complete with white stretch limo, male stripper, and miniskirts. Instead, rent a huge van and ask your bridal party to host an afternoon of apple-picking.
Instead of giving your bridesmaids the typical thank-you gift (think monogrammed beach bags), why not offer them local honey with wooden swizzle sticks? Supersweet.
Who says that tropical islands are the ultimate honeymoon destination? Why not cozy up in the mountains somewhere with piles of blankets, a ton of books, and hot toddies galore?
Bare legs are beautiful, but goose bumps are gross. Try wearing your white wedding dress with black boots or flats.
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