Fall Wedding Style: Part 2

Thursday, October 4, 2012
In part two of our Fall wedding style, we're picking the details and decor that really make your wedding stand out from the rest. From couture china place settings to creative seating cards and pumpkins, you're sure to find inspiration for your special day. If you missed part one of this series, you can read it here

1. Seating & Favors - Emily Clarke Events used succulents and moss as the perfect backdrop for beautiful hand calligraphy seating cards. Make your guests (and their tummies) happy with festive favors, like these apples and bread and butter pickles. See these images and more on our Pinterest.
2.  POSH Place Settings - (Left) Dallas photographer Stacy Reeves got in front of the camera for a change with a gorgeous wedding at Bass Hall. We loved her wedding place settings, featuring POSH's Mottahedeh Lace Charger, Arte Italica dinner plate, Silver Goblet, and Hot Cha Cha chiavari chair treatments, captured by Christian Oth Studios. (Right) The Jan Barboglio hammered charger and Amber Goblet, perfect for Fall! Image credit Emily Clarke Events.
3. I Do Decor - (Left) Is there anything that says Fall wedding more than an "I do" pair of pumpkins? Adorable! (Right) The perfect place to for the "first look" or the first picture of the newlyweds. 
4. For the Bride - (From left) A few of our favorite things: Deep hues mixed with jewel tones make an ideal bridal bouquet; a faux fur shrug for cool nights; an embroidered handkerchief in lieu of a paper program. 


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