Choosing Autumn Wedding Colours
Some of the most common colours used for autumn weddings include: Rich red ,Burgundy ,Rust ,Sage green , Bronze, Gold, Copper, Wheat, Off-white, Pumpkin, Mocha, Marigold, Taupe.
Autumn is a season of change, so it’s difficult to pick a single colour palette. Instead, you can choose from several groups of colours depending upon whether it’s early autumn, mid-autumn, or late autumn. There’s a wide range of vibrant colours, muted tones, and even metallic shades that symbolize the season beautifully.
In the early Autumn, the sun is still vibrant and the colours of the harvest are rich and beautiful. If you’re bride to be who’s getting married in early autumn between September or early October, the best colours to use are cream, marigold, orange pumpkin, rich red , burgundy.
- Seating cards – Show your ingrained sense of style with seating cards crafted from paper-thin wood veneer. These inexpensive sheets are pliable enough to fold and cut easily into delicate shapes; the elegant graining makes a distinctive canvas for calligraphy. We used craft punches to create maple and birch leaves.
- Great pumpkin centrepieces – A white-pumpkin shell becomes the vase for an arrangement of roses, daffodils, ranunculuses, calla lilies, tulips, and hypericum berries in fall colours — yellows, peaches, and shades of orange. Smaller pumpkins and votive candles in orange-glass holders fill out the centrepiece.
- bridesmaid dress.
- Door monograms – Personalize the entrance to the ceremony or reception in an instant with store-bought wooden initials. These autumnal colours feel warm and welcoming.
- Candy-olive favours – Echo the rustic olive theme of your wedding-day appetizers with chocolate “olives” bundled as favours for guests to take home.
- Incorporate the shades and symbols of autumn into festive boutonnieres.