If you’re getting married later in 2021, I’ve got the perfect wedding inspiration for fall boho brides! Whether you’re embracing the moody aspects of autumn with a rich color palette of burgundy, black, and gold, or looking for stunning dried flower wedding ideas, this gorgeous collaboration with Katelyn Mallett Photography and ‘Cause We Can Events has you covered! They chose to let the fall foliage of Maine shine through as the focal point in this creative and atmospheric design concept for fall boho brides, with foraged foliage bouquet and ceremony arch from Bad Rabbit Flowers and a Rue de Seine wedding dress that will have indie brides swooning with a stunning bohemian lace design!
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Katelyn designed the invitation suite with a stunning black lettered design on white seed paper for an eco-friendly option! The plum purple envelopes and chic black wax details were a gorgeous addition to the dark and moody color scheme of this stunningly atmospheric inspiration for fall boho brides!
With long sleeves and a tattoo lace design, the Avril gown by Rue de Seine is the perfect pick for fall boho brides! The stunning contrast between deep tan mesh and dramatic bohemian lace was exactly what this team envisioned for a minimalist indoor wedding ceremony. The dress made a striking impression against the white walls of the indoor venue, ensuring that no detail was lost in the stunning indie bridal gown!
To create a sustainable flower arch for the indoor fall ceremony, Bad Rabbit Flowers turned to foraged materials from their Maine flower farm! The asymmetric ceremony arch was an eclectic mix of autumn foliage, grasses, meadow plants, and flowers that looked organic and effortless in the indoor ceremony space. The bride’s bouquet utilized the same grasses and plants for texture, with deep orange and burgundy dahlias, roses, and carnations to add pops of warm fall color.
The minimalist reception table brought to mind vintage farmhouse dining rooms, with eclectic chairs, crisp white table linens, and striking black and gold place settings. Starburst dried flowers added a firework-like effect to the table in minimalist centerpieces, filling clear glass bottles-turned-bud-vases. A Plus Party Rental created stunning place settings by layering black and gold chargers, china, and potteryware with metallic flatware to add warmth to the moody tabletop.
Village Baking Co combined the colors and textures of fall with a little Halloween spooky aesthetic in this gorgeous cake! Black buttercream brush strokes and blood-red berry drizzle added a Disney villain flair to the cake, with a witchy branch cake topper and fresh figs to finish it off!
The Roaming Speakeasy created a mobile cocktail caravan to serve drinks in style! The retro drink cart served beer, wine, and prosecco on tap out of the rustic wood-paneled bar, but the team had some more specialty cocktails up their sleeves as well!
To create cocktails straight out of the Disney villain playbook, the bartenders created a ‘Poison Apple’, combining cranberry apple cider with scotch, bitters, and amaretto. The Black Widow cocktail included mezcal with rosemary, blackberry and lemon with a splash of soda water. Guests were invited to ‘pick their poison’ with both drinks offering rich fall flavors and a spooky wedding detail with dry ice steam!
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Photography: Katelyn Mallett Photography | Event Planning: ‘Cause We Can Events | Florist: Bad Rabbit Flowers | Wedding Cake: Village Baking Co | Wedding Dress: Rue de Seine | Event Rentals: A Plus Party Rental | Bar Cart: The Roaming Speakeasy | Signage: Last Minute Signs | Submitted via: Matchology