I see this trend popping up again and again in real weddings – ghost guest chairs and I love it! They add such a clean, modern element to any wedding ceremony, whether it be indoors or out. Ghost chairs add character without being overwhelming or feeling over designed. They can easily transition to any wedding theme or design and add a chic touch to your wedding décor.
little pops of color stand out on a clear background
Ghost chairs transition well from wedding ceremony rows to reception table chairs too. If you have to rent chairs for both occasions, why not rent just one chair that will fit both spots? Most couples tend to have a time between the ceremony and reception for a cocktail hour (while bridal party pictures are taken) in a separate venue, even if they are all taking place on the same ground so using them in both locations will not be an issue.
you can't miss bride and groom signs on a clear chair
Whether you rent them for one event or your entire wedding day, you’re sure to be pleased with these chairs.
Everyone keeps telling me wedding season is over. Who made that decision? Autumn is by far my favorite season and it’s easy to take the seasonal details I crave every year and turn them into the perfect fall wedding.
Apple picking. And by apple picking I really mean watching everyone else apple pick while I eat caramel apples or drink warm cider wrapped in a chunky sweater and boots – perfect. You know I love a good bar so why not do a caramel apple bar at your fall wedding?
use escort cards to label your toppings and tie all the tables together
Fall foliage. Nothing says a relaxing Saturday afternoon like wandering around Boston brownstones admiring the foliage and sipping a pumpkin spice latte. Instead of having your flower girl toss petals, why not have her toss dried leaves instead?
add a touch of foliage to you indoor or outdoor wedding
If you’re getting married this fall don’t listen to them, they don’t know what they’re talking about with this whole ‘wedding season is over’ nonsense. Just show ‘em how cute you can be.
Getting married this fall? Or next? This forest wedding inspiration board has some great elements for you to include in your autumn ceremony. The rich textures and evergreens can easily be carried into winter as well, just move some of the big elements (not the entire forest, we like to recycle here not kill the trees) indoors. And definitely string some lanterns even if you can’t hang it from tree branches. They’d be just as adorable resting on reception tables.
With Fall just around the corner, I’m inspired to plan an outdoor wedding. Just imagining all that rich foliage and greenery – with Christmas trees coming indoors soon after! – gets me excited. So this week I’m planning an outdoor, forest wedding utilizing all the natural shades of green for the wedding color palette.
This Salt Lake City wedding takes place in the perfect outdoor venue for the Fall. I like how this couple stepped away from the typical, waterfront-view outdoor wedding ceremony location and opted for something a little more rustic and autumnal. The trees, the stones, the circle of flower petals – I love it all.
getting married beneath the trees
And look at these lanterns hanging from the trees. If I didn’t already love the location, that definitely would have won me over.
Also, I can’t help but think of Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. I know it may sound weird, but they both met their husbands (princes in fact so even better) in the middle of a forest which makes this setting seem that much more romantic.