As summer turns to autumn, design fall centerpieces that use the last of summer's pretty flowers with leafy greenery and seasonal berries.
Add traditional fall details into your tablescape like branches, berries, and fresh pomegranates to create a beautifully natural autumn theme.
An autumn wedding doesn't mean sacrificing your pink color palette. Weave tiny details into your centerpieces to create unexpected combinations, as with these pink peonies and yellow leaves.
The stark beauty of the desert makes for a gorgeous autumn tablescape. Subtle earth tones can be a terrific alternative to the traditional oranges, yellows, and browns you see at many fall weddings.
Want a nod to Halloween at your fall wedding, but not keen on being too themed? Embrace extravagant arrangements paired with black linens. Set off with gold flatware, this is a very elegant statement.
Take bold plaid table linens, chalkboard-inspired chargers, and white pumpkins to create an autumnal picnic tablescape. Perfect for weddings that take place just as the seasons change, this party offers a last chance to celebrate outdoors before chilly weather takes over.
One of our favorite fall color palettes isn't traditionally autumnal. We think that rich jewel tones play beautifully with the changing colors and crisp air, creating a regal, darkly romantic setting.
Using golden mercury glass votives will cast a warm glow all around your table. Especially when paired with simple, cream-colored candles, the effect can be surprisingly dramatic.
When you want a glam version of a Halloween or Thanksgiving-themed table, dip it all in gold. This luxe technique is an easy DIY project when armed with plenty of metallic spray paint.
Love scouring thrift shops and estate sales? Find mismatched brass candlesticks and darling antique china to complement your fall woodland theme. Arrange deeply hued flowers in vases and stack lanterns on vases to create an unforgettable table.