Fall is the favorite season of the year for many. How can you not like the gorgeous, rich autumn colors? This October wedding highlighted the reds, oranges, and yellows of the month as well as fun, personal details.
Isn’t she gorgeous?! Red and orange roses, red alstroemeria lilies, burgundy safari sunset, peach stock, yellow-peach hypericum berries, yellow solidago and billy balls, and a plethora of greenery were a perfect combination.
Both the bride and groom had male and female attendants. Why should gender determine who stands with you on your special day?! Bridesmaids and Grooms Girls carried these lovely bouquets which coordinated with the bridal bouquet.
Our cuff corsages are so comfortable!
The wedding was held in the backyard of the bride’s parents home on Evansville’s north side.
Vignettes at the end of the aisle provided color and set the rustic theme.
Family and friends lit one of the barns at the Vanderburgh County 4-H Center.
We created three types of arrangements for the guest tables using the fall tones.
We have quality LED candles available to rent. Here, they worked perfectly with greenery on one of our log rounds.
A mason jar and jam jar arrangement on one of our trays created another tablescape. The couple provided fun photos as table numbers, an I-Spy game for guests, gold painted animal figurines, and additional candles for the evening.
I regret that I did not take more photos of this event! There were so many fun details–a pie bar, tattoo station, and more! Sometimes we get busy setting up and simply run out of time. We were so happy to be a part of this fun wedding full of personal details.
Congratulations Hannah and Brandon!