With the highly anticipated welcome of September, come the excitement and equally anticipated Autumn wedding season. There is something romantic, entrancing, and almost mysterious about the Autumn. It’s deep colors, somber attitude, and quiet entrance always awaken our creative sides. Needless to say, it’s an excellent canvas and may just be one of our favorites. We have found, through research and personal experience, the trends that we think we are going to see a lot more of this Autumn here in Aspen and around the world.
More Green, Less Petals
See more of this idea here.
Check out their other plants here.
There is something enchanting about this design. The simple earthy elements speak for themselves and are never too loud. (We love these vases from Anthropologie!)
Photo Guest Book
More adorable ideas!
DIY for days!
This entire wedding deserves a look!
Think 10 years past that lovely day you said “I do”. How incredible will it be to look back and see small glimpses of the fun your friends and family had? Photo booths are becoming a necessity at every wedding now and we love the idea of incorporating them into your guest book. You will get professional photos from your photographer AND silly pictures your guests took! Incredible!
We LOVE these outdoor photos.
Some stunning inspiration.
Chandeliers have always been a symbol of elegance. We love the modern twist of hanging them in the outdoors, adding a whimsical factor that only heightens their beauty.
Psst-check out House of Yonder to learn how to rent this brass table for your big day!
Floral and Brass perfection.
Brass is the new gold. As weddings are turning more vintage and earthy, the glitz and glam is starting to turn into deep, aged, hues (and we love it).
Colored Vintage Goblets
For the Boho bride.
You guessed it-House of Yonder^
Remember that vintage trend we talked about above? Well, our last element proves this as we say good riddance to our classic mason jars and happily welcome colored vintage water goblets to really give the table décor something gorgeous, intricate, and utterly antique. Shown beautifully by this Scott Clark photo from our Gold Leaf Event wedding this past July.