Warm & Fuzzy Fall Wedding Ideas

While the sun continues to shine, the air is turning brisk and colors are starting to look weathered.  The bright gray and yellow palette of summer that’s been so popular is deepening into darker shades of charcoal tweed and mustard knits.  We’re so excited for the new season and for the Fall wedding ideas we have to share.  These menswear and bridal fashion inspiration boards will keep you feeling cozy on the outside and a few Fall menu ideas will keep you toasty on the inside.

Warm & Fuzzy Fall Menswear:

Dress in layers this season for versatility.  Pile on the vests, cardigans and jackets for those cooler nights or take it all off except for the shirt and tie on those Indian summer days.  Keep it warm and fuzzy with a wool bowtie or skinny handknit tie.  Don’t let the heat escape your head and feet.  Cover them with a hat and fuzzy socks!

(Top Center) V-Neck cardigan by Dresses Stock.  (Top Right) Yellow knit tie by vKnit.  (Middle Left) Retro driving cap by Ashland, OR Etsy seller, Bonnies Knitting.  (Middle Right) Bowtie by Bacon Handmade Neckwear.

Warm & Fuzzy Fall Fashion for Brides & Bridesmaids:

A stylish cardigan, shrug, wrap or bolero is essential for any bride on those crisp Autumn days.  Keep it casual or dress it up, that’s up to you.  Give your bridesmaids the gift of a dress they can wear throughout the season and choose a very stylish wool skirt or tweed dress.  (Think hot college professor, not old librarian!)

(Right) Rococo Knit Wedding Shawl by Tickled Pink Knits.

(Bottom Left) Shoe clips by The Bluebird Studio.  (Right) Garter by Krumpets Designs.

Knit shrug by Zuuzuu.  Flower pin tutorial by Jones Design Company.

Warm & Fuzzy Fall Wedding Details:

Incorporate plenty of wool, felt and knit materials to keep your wedding decor warm and cuddly.

Felt pillow cover by Jillian Rene Decor.  DIY wool wreath with tutorial by Jones Design Company.

Warm & Fuzzy Fall Wedding Menu Ideas:

Take advantage of what’s growing in the garden this Fall and plan a menu accordingly.  Squash is a fabulous choice — rich in nutrients, the perfect color and deliciously sweet when cooked with butter, brown sugar and spices like cinnamon or nutmeg.  Serve up a Fall cocktail hour drink to keep your guests warm.  Hot cocoa is wonderful, but spiced cider and coffee work well, too.  If you really need to feel the warmth, add a splash of rum or your favorite liquor to the menu.

(Bottom Right) Flask by Whimsy & Ink.

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