From formal weddings to casual and laid back, there’s a cake for you. Incorporate seasonal elements from your environment for memorable cakes.
Good for: Cakes textures in the fall are great for boho, chic, and glam weddings. Most of them lean towards a leveled up avant-garde style. Others are chic, glitzy, and opulent, suited for rustic, vintage, woodland, and whimsical weddings.
Couples are also embracing fall shades and customization to make their cakes personalized. Styling tips: To set an intimate mood for a small ceremony, opt for a fall bundt cake.
For a rustic vibe, introduce the season with a sliced apple cake topper. You can also choose cake alternatives by baking fall-friendly desserts like wedding pie cake.
Bake these pies and stack them with flavors like berries and pomegranates. Finish with some roses and greenery.
If you’re going for a somber fall mood, choose a naked chocolate cake dressed with seasonal fruits. Incorporate figs, pears, and berries to impress the deeper shades of fall. Choose deer antlers as a topper.
To make a glam and elegant statement, replace fruits with gold pears and berries accents. You can also opt for an autumnal upgrade by decorating your tiered cake with blooming dahlias.
One of the newest wedding trends is the switching of fresh flowers for plants and greenery. This makes dry and bleached flowers the toast of weddings as we’ll see.
Good for: Dried and bleached flowers are subtle, with great texture and color. They are uniquely styled and bring a touch of elegance. These alternative flowers are perfect for indoor and outdoor weddings. The themes that they best suit include boho, rustic, modern, glam, whimsical, garden, and minimalist.
Check out sun-bleached flower options like hanging Amaranthus, Cardo Palustre, Marcela, Lunaria, Phalaris, Ruscus Aculeatus, and more. Styling tips: Incorporate these flowers into your wedding as wreaths. They are ultra-classic for the autumn season.
Using the bleached and subtle flowers, create elegant monochromatic wreaths for the tables, chairs, pews, and arch. You won’t need other accents or ornaments because they stand out.
Commandeer the flowers into centerpieces by creating asymmetrical designs with them. Their shapes and textures make it possible. You can also make them into stunning hanging floral arrangements over tables, arches, entrance, and lounge for a sophisticated ambiance.
Add more glamour to rustic and modern weddings with bleached and dried bouquets. Choose textures and hues that match your color palette.