Warm Apple Cider
What's a fall engagement party (or any fall event) without apple cider? Ditch the mimosa bar and replace it with a cider bar instead. It'll keep your guests nice and warm and if you really want to, you can still spike it for a boozy drink.
One of the best things about fall are the seasonal candies. Whether it's candy corn, gummy pumpkins, or monster-shaped chocolate treats, this season has got the best candy to make your fall engagement party a hit!
There's nothing wrong with some healthy competition. Have a little fun at your fall engagement party and host your own chili cook-off. Face off against your beau, or pit your wedding party members against one another. Let your guests determine the winner and make the losers do the dishes.
After a scrumptious chili dinner, gather around a big campfire with your loved ones, but instead of ghost stories, have friends share their favorite memories of you and your beau.
Make sure you save room for dessert! Grab some roasting sticks, marshmallows and get to roasting!
Pumpkins are the quintessential symbol of fall. Let your guests show their creativity with this project or spend some time making these with your bridesmaids before the engagement party.
Embrace the colors of fall with a color scheme of bright oranges, deep reds and soft golds.
Plaid Dress Code
There's nothing like a flannel plaid shirt on a crisp fall day. Encourage your guests to dig up their best plaid for your fall engagement party.
Pumpkin Flavored Treats
Your pumpkin craving can go well beyond your morning PSL addiction. Pumpkin tastes great in a variety of baked treats: cheesecake, muffins and even donuts. So give a squash-inspired dessert recipe a try. We're loving these cheesecake pumpkin muffins!
Candied and Caramel Apples
If s'mores and pumpkin aren't your thing, or if you want to give guests more options when it comes to delectable desserts, try this no-bake option. Warm caramel, Oreos, nuts, gummy worms atop an apple will remind your guests of when they were a kid.