Fall Foodie Wedding Inspiration

gentleman farmer inspiration

The inspiration for today’s gorgeous shoot comes from the idea of a gentleman farmer — someone who farms or gardens for pleasure — as well as the arrival of one of our favorite seasons, autumn. From that sprouted a beautifully design shoot brimming with lots of lovely, rustic ideas, perfect for all of you who are planning a fall or foodie-inspired wedding! Here’s more from Love Me Do Photography, the talent behind the lens on this one:

We wanted to create an elegant, but fun tablescape using local seasonal florals and produce, some of which are grown on-site at our venue, the Wyck House – a historical home set in Philadelphia with a 250 year old farm + garden. Birchtree Catering designed a rustic late summer menu to match the setting + we made Blackberry Shrub — a drinking vinegar cocktail popular in Wyck’s heyday. Going into fall we wanted this to be a little bit of a summer’s last hurrah for us…

orange fall bouquet

gentleman farmer inspiration

gentleman farmer inspiration


Incorporating garlic bulbs into the bridal bouquet is such a fun + unique idea for a farm wedding! This vibrant, Autumn-hued bouquet also features sage, dahlias, gomphrena, raspberries, zinnias, celosia, and a giant tillandsia.

orange farmer bouquet

gentleman farmer inspiration

gentleman farmer inspiration

orange boutonniere

gentleman farmer inspiration

gentleman farmer inspiration

gentleman farmer inspiration


How cute are the farm-inspired paper goods by Loveleigh Invitations?!

gentleman farmer invitation

flower girl

hanging bottles

gentleman farmer inspiration

hanging bottles

fall farmer table inspiration


All of the flowers for this shoot were grown on an urban organic flower farm right in Philadelphia. Love N Fresh Flowers chose vibrant hues of orange, salmon, red and plum to highlight the bounty of Autumn. A happy marriage was made between florals and culinary elements such as heirloom tomatoes, baby carrots, eggplants, garlic, raspberries, figs, kale, mint, and sage…

fall farmer table inspiration

eggplant table seating

fall farmer table inspiration

menu

fall farmer table inspiration

gentleman-styled-23

blackberry drinks


Seriously love this tower of local cheeses in lieu of a cake for couples who don’t have a sweet tooth! ;)

cheese wedding cake

gentleman farmer inspiration


Big thanks to the following artists for sharing this rustic autumn wedding inspiration with us today!

photography: Love Me Do Photography // planning + design: Jess Canovas // venue: Wyck House in Philadelphia, Pa // florals: Love N Fresh Flowers // hair: Jill Kozar of Up Your Do // makeup: Nina of Cheekadee // wardrobe: dress from Free People, Bow tie from Forage, grooms personal wardrobe, brides shoes // rentals: Maggpie Vintage, Jess’s personal collection // jewelry: Emily Chelsea Jewelry // paper goods: Loveleigh Invitations // hairpiece: Twigs and Honey from Lovely Bridal

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for featuring our shoot!!!

  2. Lucious color combos! Really original decor! Well done!!!

  3. Stunning florals!! Beautiful and creative shoot!

  4. This is awesome. I love this wedding. They look so fun, exciting and bursting with personality :)

  5. LOve the colour theme and the cheesecake is perfect , specially if a desert has already been served.

  6. Wow! How beautiful and so unique! And I love the idea of a cheese tower!

  7. Awesome floral. I also liked the miniature effects. Great work!!

  8. Love the colors!!

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