A circle represents infinity and is a very important symbol when it comes to weddings. That’s where the tradition of giving wedding rings started! To symbolize unending devotion. We absolutely love seeing the circle highlighted throughout this harvest wedding inspiration shoot as a way to add unique lines and statement making decor. Combined with rich Fall color, stunning florals in overgrown designs and unique bridal hairpieces, it makes for some incredible modern, Autumnal eye candy!
Meditating on dried flowers, grasses and autumn foliage, we were particularly inspired by the burnt rose and faded beryl palette that lines our streets this time of year. We also became a bit obsessed by the circular shape of a wreath, and repeated it throughout the table runner, installation, and wall of wreaths. Similar to wreaths, Ukrainian Flower Crowns are a halo of festive dried flowers fit for a prairie-princess. While traditional Ukrainian Flower Crowns are quite a bit larger, our flower crown still makes a statement, incorporating seed husks and grasses and little hints of red blueberry leaves to make a harvest-goddess out of any bride.
Let’s take a look through the lens of Casi Yost Photography and enjoy all of the warmth and coziness that this shoot has to offer!
Warm Color Meets Sleek Details
One way to elevate your wedding design and make things ultra modern is to combine two styles of decor that might be unexpected when put together. We’re loving these chic black and white invitations by Letters and Dust combined with the warm colors and romantic lines of the Nettle and Silk ribbons.
Harvest Wedding Goddess
Loving all of the fluff in this Willowby by Watters ‘Thistle’ gown from The Bespoke Bride! Model and HMUA, Marina Haynes, looks absolutely stunning! And that Ukrainian Crown-inspired hairpiece?! It’s such a fresh and modern take on bridal hair flowers!
Are you looking for a fluffy and flowing gown like the one above? Check out some more inspiration below!
Have you ever seen a more gorgeously moody Fall color palette for florals?? Revel Petals outdid themselves! Warm rose, muted cranberry, warm gold and sage might be a new favorite for us!!
Dried florals galore! How fun are these mismatched wreaths that pair together to make the ultimate statement wall?? We love wedding decor that can be brought home and reused! These dried wreaths would be perfect for the Holidays!
Warm and Spicy
You can’t have harvest wedding inspiration without including some striking warm rust tones! This burnt orange bridesmaids dress from Fame and Partners has the perfect subtle sheen to it!
Want an alternative to the traditional bouquet? Meet the floral bridesmaids wreath! Step up the game even more by giving your girls mismatched wreaths for a super on-trend look!
Harvest Wedding Tablescape
Just over here imaginingg the harvest feast that would take place at this decadent table! We love how the event designers continued the wreath theme in the hanging installation as well as the small grapevine wreaths in the centerpiece. So fresh and unique!
It’s amazing how well dusty rose and mauve play up the more warm tones of traditional fall colors! These blush and rose gold tabletop rentals from Party Place PDX are perfection!
Fall leaves done right!
Loving the mixture of centerpieces that run down the table. Want to try your hand at your own DIY dried flower bouquet that would be the perfect addition to this abundant tablescape?
So much fall abundance to gobble up! Thank you for sharing this gorgeous harvest wedding inspiration with us! Any fall brides out there looking for a fresh take on Autumnal decor? What do you think of this stunning color palette and adorable wreath theme??
photography: Casi Yost Photography // venue name: Saint Irene's, Tualatin, Oregon, USA // event design: Revel Petals // florals: Revel Petals // wedding dress: Willowby 'Thistle' // wedding dress boutique: The Bespoke Bride // bridesmaid dresses: Fame and Partners // hair stylist: Marina Haynes // makeup artist: Marina Haynes // paper goods: Letters And Dust // tabletop rentals: Party Place PDX // models: Marina Haynes // ribbon: Nettle and Silk