Two words: fall wedding! What a great time of the year to have a wedding. Only thing is fall is coming up on you quick, and you haven’t even started planning. You’ve come to the right place for a quick planning guide for your fall wedding. In this article we’ll quickly cover the basics: flowers, hair, photography, color and theme suggestions, and a couple of websites you can go to for further assistance in getting your fall wedding plan off and running.
Fall Wedding Planning Guide ( Flowers )
What are the colors people think when they think of fall colors? Now ask yourself, “what flowers are in bloom in the fall? Better yet, “what flowers are in bloom that are the same colors as the colors people think when they think fall colors?” See…now we’re planning a fall wedding.
Let’s start with what the fall colors are: browns, oranges, subdued ( not bright ) yellows, subdued reds. Yes, wedding whites is going to be fine as the splash of color thrown in amongst the fall colors. In other words, if you’re wearing a nice white wedding dress, how nice its whiteness will look in amongst the above-mentioned fall colors.
Ok, fall-blooming flowers that are fall in color: older Autumn Joy Sedum is a subdued brick red in color; Autumn Aster blooms rust red, chocolate and cream colored flowers; Autumn Crocus, the Bysantium variety, produces a subdued pinkish colored flower.
Fall Wedding Planning Guide ( Hair )
The crowning glory of a woman is her hair. And the day it has to glorify a woman more than any other day is on her wedding day.
I’m not going to pretend I have much advice for you on what’s what with your hair. Other than enlisting the help of a family member you know to be the best person you can get to help you with your hair, or making that hair appointment with the best beautician you can get your hands on well in advance, I’ve got nothing.
Fall Wedding Planning Guide ( Photography )
If you live in or you’re planning a New York city wedding, you may want to click onto this article here for a list of great wedding photographers in New York city.
For many brides and grooms, the most important part of planning the wedding is the photography. It’s the pictures and wedding photo album that helps many to relive the wedding bliss both shared on their wedding day.
Of course, if you have a cousin who has snapped photos as a hobby on the side all of his life, and you feel confident he can handle some wedding photos on your wedding day, by all means, ask him if he or she would like to shoot your wedding.
While so much can go into planning your wedding, remember the one important thing: it’s not so much how everything is decorated around the two of you, how you do your hair, or even if you’ll have a photographer at the wedding to snap a few pictures: what’s important is the two of you getting together forever in marriage. Long after the fall-blooming flowers have died, and the fall wedding planning guide ( outline ) you put together has been forgotten, the two of you will still be around if you’ve really planned your wedding right.
Below are two wedding planning guide sites for your further perusal when planning your fall wedding. Enjoy.