Celebrity Fall Weddings To Inspire Your Big Day

While some of our fave celebs choose to tie the knot on the beach or under the Tuscan sun, there are those that prefer to say ‘I do’ surrounded by fallen leaves and pumpkin patches.

Read on for some beautiful celebrity Fall weddings that are sure to inspire you for your own big day…

Kelly Clarkson & Brandon Blackstock

Singer Kelly Clarkson tied the knot with talent manager Brandon Blackstock in October 2013 on a Tennessee Farm.

With a stunning rustic farm theme, sunflower bouquets and just close family and friends present, Kelly showed that celebrity Fall weddings don’t have to be all glitz and paparazzi.


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Kelly stunned in a dainty lace gown by Temperley London and a luxurious silver headpiece by Verraros and Maria Elena.


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The wedding had under 50 guests, which made this cozy and candle-adorned Blackberry Farm room perfect!

White table cloths were given an edge of nature with adorable floral centerpieces. A further shabby chic edge was achieved with hanging glass bottles and vases.

Thanks Kelly: your dreamy Fall wedding is super easy for us mere peasants to copy!

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Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman


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The actress, who first shot to fame in The Princess Diaries, married her longtime beau Adam Shulman in an intimate Fall ceremony in Big Sur, California.

As temperatures dropped, guests were given shawls to snuggle up in.


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The starlet wore a custom Valentino dress and vintage 1920s hairpiece and veil. We are loving the stylish off-shoulder shape of this dress.

She finished off her romantic look with a bouquet of light peach and white blooms..


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The couple took advantage of the stunning Fall nature with an outdoor set-up. As a matter of fact, they wanted nature to be such a big part of their nuptials that they spent a reported $100,000 on flowers.

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Christina Hendricks and Geoffrey Arend


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The Mad Men star wed her actor other half in New York City in 2011 in a warming Autumnal ceremony.


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Christina rocked her voluptuous figure in a strapless Carolina Herrara gown. The stunner complimented her bright red hair with an Autumnal bouquet of deep red and peach flowers.


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Il Buco restaurant in NYC made the perfect venue for the couple’s reception, which had around 70 attendees.

The dark and uptown bar vibes looked straight out of Madmen.

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Idina Menzel & Aaron Lohr


The voice of Frozen’s Elsa had her real life fairytale wedding just a few weeks ago. The singing sensation tied the knot with rent co-star Aaron Lohr in a dreamy backyard wedding that was the definition of ‘Fall fairy tale’.


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Idina said ‘I do’ in a stunning off-shoulder Carolina Herrara wedding dress. She accessorized the designer gown with Jimmy Choo silver heels and a Jennifer Behr diamond embellished head piece.


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White roses, glowing candles and hanging lights make this wedding straight out of a fairytale.

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Troian Bellisario & Patrick J Adams


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The Pretty Little Liars star and Suits actor tied the knot in early December 2016 in a Southern Californian camping themed wedding. This cute and quirky weekend camping extravaganza was attended by close family and co-stars.

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Troian went for a bohemian look in a flowy Cortana gown and a stunning Amaroq crown. The way this beautiful dress blew in the wind was total Fall wedding goals!


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An abundance of flowers, dreamy candles and hanging fairy lights made this outdoor Fall reception feel like something out of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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Which of these celebrity Fall weddings is your dream big day? Let us know in the comments below…

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Dreamy Fairytale Fall Wedding Ideas

Considering saying ‘I do’ in the Fall? The season sets the perfect backdrop for an array of various Fall wedding ideas.

Whether it’s the romance of falling leaves, or the longer twilight, Fall weddings are inevitably some of the most romantic in the entire calendar year.

Here’s some dreamy fairytale Fall wedding ideas to inspire you for your big day…

Enchanted Forest Fall Wedding

Say ‘I do’ in a divine enchanted forest and be whisked off to Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

The forest truly comes to life in Fall, making it the perfect backdrop for any fairytale wedding.

The Venue


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An enchanted forest wedding is a great option for couples who love the outdoors and nature. Opt for a forest with a mixture of evergreen and seasonal trees to set a dreamy landscape.

The ‘fire pit’ set-up above is a wonderful alternative to a traditional church ceremony. A branchy arch and golden-leaf dotted ground make for a magical place to say your vows.


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Hold your reception outdoors in a forest or national park. Add a warming, magical edge with lanterns and fairy lights.

The Dress


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An enchanted Fall forest wedding calls for a dress worthy of a woodland princess.

Bohemian lace, flowing romantic trains and floral crowns all have an edge of nymph-like elegance.


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Don’t be afraid to go for a train! It will only look more ethereal as it picks up fallen golden leaves.

The Decor


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Naked branches, floating tealights and an array of Fall fauna will beautifully compliment any enchanted forest wedding table.


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Alternatively, rose gold, coral and rich berry tones will make a beautiful table scape! Add tall candles to make enhance the magic.

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Harvest Theme

Fall is all about the harvest, so why not incorporate this into your Fall wedding?

It is a fantastic metaphor for showing you are grateful for the love of your partner, family and friends.

The Venue


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The best thing about a harvest wedding theme, is that it is incredibly easy to recreate! Choose a farm, park or field and set up an aisle lined with pumpkins and Fall leaves.


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This long wedding table reminds us of Alice In Wonderland. Add wooden crates and seasonal produce as your centerpieces and it becomes more like ‘Alice in Harvestland’.

The Dress


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There’s something wonderfully demure and timeless about the Fall harvest. In light of this, why not opt for a vintage style wedding dress? This 1950s number will work wonderfully with a harvest wedding.


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On the other hand, a classic lace dress is a fantastic option. Add a pumpkin-bued bouquet of seasonal flowers and you’re ready to walk down the aisle!

The Decor


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Add farmhouse elements such as carts and tractors as part of your decor.


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An orange and pumpkin themed tablescape is very seasonally appropriate. The addition of candles and flowers will up the romance factor too.

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Bonfire Theme

Guy Fawkes Day, fireworks and bonfires are all synonymous with Fall. With this in mind, why not incorporate them into your wedding?

As a matter of fact, a bonfire themed wedding is a wonderful idea for those who would prefer a more casual or laid-back ceremony.


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Bonfires are inevitably romantic. Add magical fairy lights and glowing torches into the mix and it’s genius.


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Throwing confetti is so boring! Go all-out Fall and have your guests shine sparklers as you exit the ceremony.


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Hay bales and a bonfire are a great Fall wedding setup for anyone on a budget. Plus, imagine how snug and cute this set-up would become after sun down?

The Dress


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Wrap up warm in a cute blanket coat.


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There’s nothing more quintessentially Fall than a plaid shirt. When coupled with a flowing, fairytale wedding dress, the juxtaposition is just dreamy.

The Decor


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Fireworks may be illegal, but you can still light up the sky with a canopy of dangling fairy lights.


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Rustic Fall Wedding

Both the color palette and weather patterns of Fall fit in perfectly with the popular rustic wedding theme.

Grab your coats and head outdoors for a rustic farm yard wedding. Alternatively, keep the cold at bay by setting your big day in a rustic barn or home.

The Venue


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A rustic building is a divine backdrop for cute, rustic set-ups.

Add an abundance of candles and cushions to a table to make it snug. Alternatively, add lace to old palettes and use to display desserts.


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A doorway to a beautiful view. Autumnal-hued mountains and rustic doors make this the best of both worlds.

The Dress


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Hey cowgirl! Add an adorable country edge to your wedding with a pair of cowboy boots.

Pair with an ultra-feminine lace dress and floral bouquet for a stunning juxtaposition.


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An antique white or cornsilk dress is a wonderful choice for any Fall bride.

The Decor


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Add a snug edge to a rustic wooden table with fluffy throws, candles and herby greens.


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Don’t be afraid to swap out traditional roses for smaller seasonal flowers. Flowers such as goldenrod will add to the rustic vibe and are complimentary to a Fall theme.

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Wedding Theme Ideas To Consider

When it comes to planning your big day, it’s hard to know where to start. From bridesmaid dresses, to hiring bar staff, finding a place to start can be really overwhelming.

Choosing a wedding theme is a fantastic place to start. Once you have chosen a wedding theme, aspects such as decor, entertainment and venue will be inevitably easier to plan.

Read on for some wedding theme ideas that may be perfect for your big day…

Vintage Wedding Theme

A vintage wedding theme is fantastic for anyone who wants a classic wedding, with a quirky, feminine edge.

Antique decorations, lace and an abundance of red roses are key elements of the vintage wedding theme.

Vintage themed weddings can range from Marie Antoinette inspired opulence, to art deco influences taken from the 1920s.

Venue Ideas

If you have chosen a vintage wedding theme, opt for a venue that isn’t too modern or brand new.

Fantastic venue ideas include:

  • Old manors/ country homes
  • Ballrooms
  • Old hotels
  • Rustic barns
  • Marques in forests/country settings
  • Garden party

Dress Ideas

If you have a certain era in mind, choose a dress that reflects that! If you are just aiming for a romantic vintage theme, opt for classic necklines and an abundance of lace.

Don’t forget: your perfect dress may be found in a vintage shop, vintage fair or charity shop!


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Decor Ideas


Opt for pops of metallic, art deco prints, crystal table wear and sparkles.


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This look is all about opulence! Go for lace, tall candles, chandeliers and classic, wooden tables and chairs.


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Bohemian Wedding Theme

If you’ve dreamed of saying your vows barefoot or feel at one with nature, a bohemian themed wedding is perfect for you!

A bohemian wedding is a fantastic option for any bride hoping to have a less formal celebration.

Venue Ideas

Bohemian weddings are well suited for areas outdoor in nature. Fantastic venue ideas include:

  • Beach
  • Parks
  • Forests
  • Farmhouses
  • Tropical jungles
  • Islands

Dress Ideas

Shorter dresses are a fantastic option for bohemian weddings. However, long flowing dresses are also made for brides who wish to wear flowers in their hair.

The general rule of thumb is: keep is dreamy, flowy and un-fitted.


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One word: greenery! Flowers and nature are a vital part of nailing bohemian wedding decor.

A rainbow of color is welcome. However, demure and minimal palettes can look just as stunning too. The general rule of thumb is to keep it textured and detailed.


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Ethnic Wedding Theme

Whether you are planning a multicultural wedding, or just want to add an air of the exotic, an ethnic wedding theme is a fantastic way to make your big day stand apart from the rest!

Exotic, bright hues, rich fabrics and strong lighting are central elements of this theme.

Venue Ideas

When it comes to Indian-themed, or ethnic weddings, it’s all about how you decorate the venue! Despite this, the following venue ideas may lend themselves quite well to the theme:

  • Hotel
  • Ballroom
  • Manor
  • Castles
  • Convention centers/ function rooms

Dress Ideas

Two piece dresses are popular for ethnic or Indian themed weddings.

If you wish to go for the classic white dress, add an air of the exotic with hand-beaded details or pops of color.


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Decor Ideas

Rich fabrics and bright colors are a must! Add stunning, unique shapes with draped fabrics and finish with elements of burnished metal.


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Looking for more wedding inspiration?

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How To Choose A Wedding Venue

Ahhh…the dreaded wedding venue dilemma! If you’re planning on tying the knot anytime soon, you will be well aware that choosing a wedding venue can be one of the most difficult aspects of wedding planning.

Many of us have had a clear-cut vision of our dream wedding engraved into our minds since we first watched ‘Cinderella’ when we were seven. Unfortunately, when push comes to shove, we tend to learn that Disney movies really do live up to their fictional nature.

Choosing a wedding venue is even more difficult for those who don’t have this dream ‘happily ever after’ ideal. If you don’t have a clear vision of what you want in your mind, where exactly do you start?

You’re in luck! Today, we are playing the Fairy Godmother to your Cinderella. We’ve flicked our magic wands and come up with this step by step guide on how to choose a wedding venue.

Cinderella: You will get married!


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The world would be a perfect place if we could all just swipe our Amex’s left, right and center, until we had the wedding of our dreams. Unfortunately, modern couples often have to budget. Throw the idea of mortgages, the honeymoon, and the ability to have an actual life before the big day, and it becomes clear that budgeting is a must!

So, first things first: sit down with hubby-to-be and come up with a budget for the overall wedding. This should include the venue, entertainment, food, decorations, the dress, jewellery, and whatever else you or your fiance want to include in the big day.

Next, break up this budget into  ‘expenditure areas’. And voila: you have a budget for your wedding venue.

Yep, it’s boring, but trust us, it works!

Make A List


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I know what you’re thinking, ‘this also sounds ridiculously boring’, but unlike in your High School history classes, these types of lists are actually fun.

Get the hubby-to-be and plan a cute ‘wedding planning’ night. Pop open the champagne, get a cheese platter on a stunning printed tablecloth, buy a handful of wedding magazines and have Pinterest ready on cue!

Make a collage/document of particular venues you and your partner like the look of.

Next, make a list of everything that you need to have in the location you choose. Consider:

  • Do you need a venue to fit a certain amount of people?
  • Are you having a religious ceremony?
  • Do you want the ceremony and reception to be at the same venue?
  • Do you want the ceremony in a certain town/area.
  • Are you planning on a certain time of year.
  • Did you have a theme in mind.

Once you have this, Google away for specific venues in your area.



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Found a venue that is your perfect place? It’s time to get a little bit stalker-ish. Don’t worry, we don’t suggest you crash weddings a la Vince Vaugn, this type of stalking is all online.

Take a look at their social media pages, chances are these photos will be more ‘action’ and less ‘staged’ and will give you a more realistic venue of how this place could be a backdrop for your wedding bells.

If you want to take it one step further, take a look at the photo’s of the bride and guests who are tagged. There is bound to be some I Phone snaps and un-staged photographs that will give you an insight without ‘rose tinted glasses.’

Go For Viewings

Feel free to view as many potential venues as you want. Take your phone to take photos, and ensure you ask a lot of questions!

Although the wedding planner will try and ‘sell’ you the venue, don’t book until you are a hundred percent sure.

Make sure you discuss all costs with the wedding planner, including potential extras that certain things may induce. Alongside this, it’s important to ensure that the wedding is available for your dates.

Go Back To Your List

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Now that you’ve viewed several venues, go back to the list and consider which of the venues ticks the most boxes.

Grab the collage or document of wedding inspiration you made and consider which venue is the most suitable for the aesthetic you want.

Finally, I don’t mean to bore you: but take that budget into consideration! After all, you still need to buy that dreamy dress!

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Planning A Spring Wedding? Here’s 7 Things You Need To Do!

With Spring being all about growth, life and new starts, there isn’t a better time to have your big day! If you’re planning a Spring Wedding, here’s seven things you need to do…

1. Give Spring-Themed Wedding Favors

We’ve all seen endless chocolate favors and scented soaps, so it’s without a doubt that your guests would have seen these too! The season of Spring is all about growth and life, so why not give a wedding favor that reflects this. After all, chocolates just get eaten before your guests have even left…


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Seeds are a great idea for a Spring wedding. Plus, they carry a beautiful metaphor that your guests can take home with them. If displaying them in a wheel barrow is a little too messy for your liking, lay them out on a table on top of a printed table runner.

Our jacquard floral table runner is perfect for Spring.

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A succulent is another great Spring wedding favor that carries the same metaphor of growth and love.

2. Have A Quintessentially Spring Bouquet

Just as a Winter wedding wouldn’t be complete without sprigs of holly, a Spring bridal bouquet needs flowers that bloom in Spring time.

Traditional Spring flowers include:

  • Peonies
  • Tulips
  • Roses
  • Dahlias
  • Freesias
  • Cherry blossoms
  • Apple blossoms
  • Poppies


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This pastel pink and green peony bouquet perfectly captures the spirit of Spring.


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This mix of tulips and lillies is great for those who like a more understated approach.

3. Utilize The Outdoors

Spring is all about the resurrection of nature. Bring this in to your wedding by having a cozy outdoor space at your reception or ceremony. An outdoor  bar, seating area, or even photo booth will give your wedding those happy Spring vibes.

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A cosy wigwam will make a unique spot for your guests to chill out and catch up. Recreate this cute look by layering up cozy blankets and printed pillow covers.


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Forget Instagram frames! This cute and rustic frame is super fun for your guests to take photos in!

4. A Floral Arch Canopy

Whether you plan to have your wedding inside or in the great outdoors, a floral arch canopy is sure to take your wedding to that fairytale level. Keep it fresh and pretty by opting for nudes, creams and whites and integrate pretty fabrics such as lace and crochet.


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These hanging roses make this canopy the definition of dreamy.


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This cherry blossom canopy brings the outdoors inside in classiest way.

5. Pastel Bridesmaid Dresses

Pastel bridesmaid dresses are always a stunning choice and the demure, fresh palette makes them an ideal choice for a Spring wedding.


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Go for flowy, feminine fabrics such as tulle. Leave heavy satin’s for Fall and Winter weddings.

6. Cover Your Tables In Flowers

Spring is all about new blooms, so there really is no such thing as too many flowers! When it comes to your dining tables, use Spring flowers to create dramatic, yet demure centerpieces. Believe me when I say, you’re guests will remember these for years to come…


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Now this is making a statement! Soft beige table cloths are uplifted to new heights by an array of stunning flora. Note how the flowers are all at different heights here, giving the table center a ‘full’ look.

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If you are looking for a more rustic vibe, this simple, indoor table layout is perfect for you. Combine classic white roses with Spring florals and leafy greens for something truly stunning. High pillared candles will add to the cottage-like, undone vibes.

Our chic jacquard table runner will make the perfect base for your stunning centerpiece.


7. Don’t Toss Confetti

Confetti tossing has become somewhat of an overused cliche. Instead of giving out confetti to toss on the send away, try dried flower petals instead. After all, rose petals are far better for the environment (and the poor person who has to clear up after your wedding).


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Lavender is another great alternative to confetti.

Looking to add something different to your wedding. Here’s some beautiful wedding color palettes you may not have considered.

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