Fall Harvest Wedding

We can barely wait for Thanksgiving next week and we’re celebrating early here at Jet Fete with a harvest wedding inspiration!  From rich fall colors of orange, blue and brown to details like apples, pomegranates, and even a fall harvest market table as a favor station, we’ve got our faves for the fall for you today!  Whether a destination wedding or backyard soiree, incorporating the season into your wedding inspiration is a festive way to say “I do!”

fall harvest wedding

{Photos: Table + Bouquet: Tec Petaja, Place Card: Amanda Megan Miller via Mod Wedding, Cocktail: Sugar Photo Studios, Market Table: James Looker Photography, Cake: BuzzFeed}


Wheat Wedding Ideas for Fall

‘Tis the season for harvest themed “I do’s!”  We’re gearing up for Thanksgiving soon and enjoying a bit of fall weather (though not much of it here in sunny Southern California).  So today we thought we’d bring you a wedding design inspired by nature – wheat more specifically.  If you’re getting married on a farm, in a barn, at a ranch or hosting a destination wedding in the rural parts of the USA, then consider incorporating wheat into your wedding invitation design, your cake accents, even your bouquets!  Take a peek at how pretty wheat can be!

wheat wedding ideas

{Photos: Invitation: Etsy, Lapel: Rooted in Love Weddings, Bundle: Rustic Wedding Chic, Candle: Design Sponge, Escort Cards: Cereza Decor, Bouquet: Half Orange Photography, Bottles: People.com, Pitcher: Janet Coou Photography via HomeGoods, Cake: Chelsey Boatwright Photography}


Fall Gold Wedding

Fall weddings don’t have to be full or rustic details, browns, and masculine touches.  Of course, they can and be beautiful, but if you’re hosting a more formal destination wedding, then consider using the elements of the season – like changing leaves – but spice them up a bit with a spark or sparkle like gold!  These gold fall wedding details make any fall wedding just a bit more formal.  From gold leaf wedding details to actual gold leaves as place cards, the color works wonderfully with the season, especially at a ranch destination wedding in places like Montana or Wyoming!

gold leaf weddings

{Photos: Invitation: Amanda Megan Miller via Mod Wedding, Place Card Leaf: Bloglovin’, Reception: via Mod Wedding, Dress: Elaya Vaughn, Table: MSW, Cake: Pepper Nix Photography via Ruffled}


Burnt Orange Fall Destination Weddings

Fall is a great time to travel, kids are back in school and properties are a little less packed by the pool.  But whether you’re hosting a destination wedding or just a backyard “I do” this time of year, consider the bold color of burnt orange for your big day!  Great on the sand at a beach wedding, or in the mountains of a rustic ranch wedding, the color pairs well with most masculine hues as well as some pale blues and romantic tones too!

burnt orange weddings

{Photos: Top Left: via The Perfect Palette, Right: Etsy, Middle Left: Etsy, Right: via SMP, Bottom Left: Sweet Harmony Cakes, Right: via Perfectly Imperfect}


Day of the Dead Wedding Inspiration

Ring in the vibrant and festive Day of the Dead celebration by saying I do with these fun wedding ideas inspired by the traditions of Mexico! Having a fall wedding in Mexico? You can add flavor to your wedding sign-in table by adding patterned linens along with a skull sign-in book. Be bright and bold while walking down the aisle in a colorful patterned wedding dress unique to you. A topsy turvy cake with beautiful floral on top will add a special touch to your wedding day! Make your receptions tables as eye pooping as possible with fun trinkets that represent Day of the Dead such as skulls. Start off your wedding with a ceremony back drop that shows your love for Day of the Dead. There are infinite and bright possibilities for your destination wedding in Mexico!

Day of the Dead Wedding Inspiration

{Photos: Table: Kate Romenesko Photography via Ruffled, Dress: Jake McBride via SMP, Centerpiece Tower: Petronella Photography via Britt + Co., Centerpiece: Marianne Wilson Photography via GWS, Ceremony Skull: Jake McBride via SMP, Favors: Kate Romenesko Photography via Ruffled}