20 Cozy + Romantic Fall Wedding Ideas

'Tis the season to fall in love.

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Harvest Festive

The coziest season of the year, fall is packed with warmth and vibrant color. Incorporate the romantic moodiness of autumn into your bridal bouquet with a harvest-toned mix of rust-orange, white and mauve dahlias, pumpkin spice ranunculus, crimson astilbe and flowing seasonal greenery in various shades of red and green. Photo: Tec Petaja

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Gorgeous in Gilt

We are head over heels for this sultry, gold-and-watercolor combo. Jazz up any wedding accent such as place cards or invitations with gold leaf for a high-end look. Want to go all-out glam? Try edible gold leaf for cakes and desserts. Photo: Opal & Onyx Photography

See Ya Never Mason Jars

Step away from the mason jars and other Pinterest faux pas and say hello to the new rustic-chic: vintage cross-back chairs, moody blue table runners and mismatched metallic vessels. Photo: Lindsay Nickel Photography

Woodsy + Whimsical

Avoid the unpredictable weather by bringing the outdoors in for your big day. Say "I do" beneath a woodsy, whimsical backdrop adorned with seasonal hanging branches and greenery vines. Photo: Kate Touzel

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Dare to Be Different

Who says bridesmaids have to carry a traditional bouquet? Not us! Dare to be different by opting for an alternative bouquet like these chic, flower-filled lanterns. Photo: Finding Eden Photo Floral Design: Swank Floral

Crazy for Copper

Brighten up your venue by replacing standard, boring chairs with sultry copper. This season's most desirable wedding metallic, copper complements any fall tablescape perfectly, adding just a hint of glitz without going total glam. Photo: Sarah Street Photography

Color the Way

Think outside the standard fall color palette. We’re loving the teal candlesticks and goblets mixed with hints of peach, ivory and dark plum in this gorgeous tablescape. Photo: Kate Touzel

Cozy Up

Having an outdoor ceremony? Provide guests with a blanket to keep warm and cozy. The plush goodies can also double as wedding favors when the night is over. Calligraphy: Outside the Bloom Photo: Lovers of Love Photography

Rose Gold Royale

Dress up a traditional white wedding cake by incorporating color and texture. Rose gold paint, sprinkles and fondant combine to create an art deco-inspired cake fit for a celebration. And the best part? You can make it yourself. Get the step-by-step instructions below.

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Agate Accents

Naturally colorful, agate accents are all the rage right now. Incorporate this trendy stone into your wedding decor as DIY table numbers or as a background for detail photos of the ring, invitations and more. Also, how can we not mention the burgundy and plum centerpiece here? Fall flower goals! Photo: Alexandria Monette

Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Incorporate 'something blue' into your wedding reception with moody linens, plates, candlesticks and florals in varying shades of slate. Photo: Sawyer Baird

Pumpkin, Spice & Everything Nice

Warm guests up at the reception with a coffee bar stocked with all the essentials. Pumpkin spice latte, anyone? Photo: Lauren Rae Photography

Fall Leaves

Think outside the box (and save $$) by putting nature to work. A magnolia leaf serves as a place card and pops against a black place setting on this romantic, moody tablescape. Photo: Lindsay Nickel Photography

A Nod to Neutrals

Color not your thing? Walk down the aisle carrying a timeless, white and green bridal bouquet. Adorn with flowy, copper ribbon to tie in the seasonal hues while still staying neutral. Photo: BRZ Photography Floral Design: Flowers by Willows Hair & Makeup: Sparrow Beaute Gown: Novelle Bridal

Extend the Olive Branch

Don’t forget about the guys! An olive branch, celosia and wax flower boutonniere pops against a herringbone suit on this dapper groom.

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Seasonal Signature Sips

Swap the pumpkin spice for this delectable, caramel apple cocktail, a signature drink that’ll have all your guests (21 and up of course) savoring the season, one sip at a time.

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Jewel Tones

Jewel tones, especially emerald green, are a must for a fall celebration. Combined with trendy watercolor and soft gold inserts, these invitations are all of our seasonal dreams come true. Photo: Alexandria Monette

S'more, Please

Autumn weather brings bonfires which of course means s'mores. No fire pit allowed at your venue? S'mores on a stick will provide the same bonfire taste, no flame required.

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Dinner by Candlelight

Set a cozy, romantic mood with pillar candles, tall candlesticks and votives. Combined with soothing accents like a slate-blue table runner, blue and white china and loose eucalyptus stems, your guests won’t want to leave their tables. Photo: Michael Boekestyn, Ballad Photography

Guest Book Alternative

Traditional guest books are a thing of the past. Greet your guests with a signable faux pumpkin — a unique way for family and friends to send well-wishes that will double as a special piece of fall decor for years to come. MAKE IT: DIY Pumpkin Guest Book

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