Are you searching for a fall signature cocktail for your wedding? We’ve picked our favorite signature cocktails of the season: warm spiced cider and white hot chocolate (to keep your guests warm), honey-sweetened white-wine sangria (filled with fall fruits) and a black velvet (1/2 champange + 1/2 dark lager). Aromas of pumpkin, chocolate, apples, spices and herbs are bound to fill the air with these cocktail ideas. Cheers!
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Caution: You’re going to need an “admit one” ticket to view this carnival-themed styled shoot. In memory of their first wedding anniversary, this couple was able to have a wedding all over again. It’s unique location-an amusement park-with rides and sweet treats like cotton candy, funnel cakes and popcorn, made it romantic and fun for everyone.
Become inspired by many of the warm, rustic colors of fall for your wedding bouquet! Seasonal fall flowers include: black-eyed susans, dahlias, chrysanthemums, lilies, roses, orchids and gerberas. Of course, you’re thinking of using reds, burnt oranges and yellows in your bouquet, but don’t feel restricted to these colors. By adding pops of color, like purple, pink and white, your bouquet will turn into a statement piece. Check out more bouquets in our gallery full of bold colors perfect for any fall wedding.
Rumor had it, Adele secretly got married to her fiance Simon Konecki last week, but the singer denied reports saying in a tweet, “I’m not married…Zzzzzzz.” If and when she decides to get married officially, we’ve picked some dresses we thought she might wear. Here’s what we know: Adele seems to gravitate towards edgy but feminine looks. So perhaps she’d like a strapless, lace and tulle ballerina tea-length dress with black accessories, which is her go-to color! And of course, red lipstick. Or maybe she’ll go for a more form-fitting look like a sleeveless, mermaid lace dress with beaded embroidery.
When thinking about your wedding reception, you’ll need to decide if you’re giving your tables names or numbers. Numbers are the most common, because they’re so clear and easy for guests to see. There are lots of creative ways to incorporate table numbers into your decor – you can use house numbers, topiary numbers, and lots more. Table names can add some personality into a wedding reception – but it’s important to make sure that the names reflect your personality as a couple, whether the tables are named for places you’ve traveled, your favorite hiking trails, dorms at the college you attended together. If you’re spending too much time thinking of creative names for your tables, it’s probably best to stick to numbers. If you’ve thought of creative names for your reception tables, let us know in the comments, and check out table name and number ideas here.