It’s apparent that every modern couple would like to keep on trend and let the trends show in their wedding. The following 2016 fall wedding trends will reveal just how this is possible.
Fall Wedding Color Trends
Wedding colors should be vibrant to set the right mood for the couple as well as the audience. It should also be a means to celebrate the season in style. If it’s your big day, it’s critical to begin by choosing one or two colors that inspire you then add two or three accent colors that are monochromatic, harmonious or complementary. You can try any of the following combinations;
- Grecian, Raspberry, Teaberry, and Classic Gray – One word for this would be elegant. This combination can be described as elegant preppy and modern at the same time. A stunningly gentle pink color is used (inspired by Pantone 2016 colors of the year) matched with cheery blue to give it a unique look. The soft pink color relays compassion and the serene blue color adds a cool royal touch while a dash of magenta brings forth a sophisticated flair in the combo. You can use regal blue on your programs and invites to make it a sweet addition to your fall palette.
- Burgundy, Custom Brown, and Hunter Ivory – You can only call this combination rustic. You can play up the theme with accents like pine cones, greenery, maple leaves and greenery if you favor the rustic chic look for your fall wedding. Deep jewel tones come in handy when the days are warm, nights are cool, and the trees are still green. An awesome hunter green and a stunning burgundy hint at the fantastic holidays ahead while warm neutrals keep it grounded in nature.
- Eggplant, Custom Green, and White Custom Blue – This incredible palette can be referred to as ‘infused’. It’s the perfect combo for a sophisticated yet non-stuffy wedding look. Icy blue tones and the cool eggplant are stunning though unexpected. Cool tones look charming when paired this way and typically create an overall glamorous feel. It would be marvelous to mix and match the wedding’s stationery with your favorite hue for a well-rounded, unforgettable look.
- Lime, Custom Tan, and Ocean Sugar – There’s no perfect name to call this combo than just ‘earthy.’ Sky blue and lime green add a burst of energy being a fresh spin on typical rustic. Two gentle tan tones balance it out to create an overall ethereal ambiance. This natural palette is the best to paint your big day regardless of where your fall wedding takes place.
Other trendy combinations include;
- Orchid, Violet, Peach Celery – called ‘delicate’ because it’s lovely and feminine
- Burgundy, Orange, and classic yellow gold – named zesty
- Sugar custom green, slate and coral – a bright mix dubbed ‘fragrant’ that is elegant, romantic and gorgeous.
- Ashwood, Custom Blue, and Custom Pink Slate – also known as Lucky-in-love combo
On Trend Personal Additions
Most couples today would like a wedding that will showcase who they are while providing a fun experience for their guests at the same time. Weddings can be whimsical, ethereal, and elegant. Silver seems to be waning, and designers countrywide have turned to rose gold no matter the venue or the theme. Everything is gold from the rings to the table linens.
Couples are increasingly looking for means to bring in elements of the places holding special memories on their dream day. More specifically, they strive to create a more intimate and romantic environment.
People are moving away from a reception layout on large round tables that feel like conference tables and opting for long rectangular tables which may be surrounded by smaller round or square tables for a more intimate vibe. Lounge areas have comfortable seats for cocktail and after-parties.
Couples are using freshly picked green and leafy bouquets on tabletops while berries like raspberries are used to bring forth pops of color
Bold and striking fonts, whether script or modern are the best way to showcase elegance in style on your wedding stationery pieces. Using motifs of graceful garlands and stylish calligraphy is also crucial.
Couples are using incredible calligraphy on reception details and a big decorative blackboard to display the menu. Calligraphy-adorned table numbers and placing cards to lead guests around the wedding venue is also desirable.
Designers are using both modern and vintage chandeliers, and more pendant lights with bare “Edison” bulbs alongside candelabras to cast a soft glow.