Fall is a beautiful time of the year to get married. There are tons of seasonal details—hay bales, scarecrows, leaves changing color—that are part of what makes fall so exciting, but even if you’re a die-hard pumpkin spice latte fan, having your wedding look like the Halloween pop-up store at the mall might not exactly be your thing. Thanks to Texas-based photographer Allison Jeffers and a talented team of vendors, we’re sharing some amazing fall wedding ideas that are both elegant and romantic, without a single ounce of orange (okay, except for the giraffes!).
Get ready to fall in love with these stylish fall wedding ideas for the modern couple.
Blush and burgundy is a gorgeous color combo for any time of the year, but we especially love it for fall weddings. This romantic color palette pairs well with in-season flowers and looks beautiful with gold or rose gold accents.
Lazy Creek Designs decorated the invitations with lovely white calligraphy that stood out against the berry-colored background.
Oversized bouquets are here to stay. These giant beauties make a statement, especially when they're finished with long colorful ribbons for a touch of drama.
This particular arrangement was overflowing with roses, ranunculus, torch ginger, eucalyptus, and on-trend proteas. Such a pretty mix of pink and red hues!
A bright red velvet love seat like this makes for a cozy lounge area. Dress up your rentals with simple greenery to take things to the next level.
The shoot location was an 18,000-acre ranch outside of San Antonio. Some of the venue's very tall residents made an appearance to say hello!
Sleeves are in again! This breathtaking gown by Essense of Australia is perfect for the modern bride—illusion sleeves and lace appliqués give just the right amount of coverage in a trendy yet elegant way.
Let's not forget about this amazing train. Swoon!
Wedding dresses with illusion backs have been trending for a few seasons now, but we're still as in love with them as ever.
Seriously, how beautiful is this updo? A hairstyle like this works for pretty much any type of wedding, from formal and traditional to relaxed and boho. You can pull a few pieces out to frame your face for a more ethereal, undone look.
The last location of the day: a hilltop overlooking the venue's incredible scenery.