This stunning late fall wedding inspiration is filled with soft, earthy colors and muted metallic accents paired expertly with timeless, classic hues.

Autumn weddings can celebrate with a range of colors, and this style shoot is certainly a prime example of that fact. This collection is altogether peaceful and full of grace, which is exactly what I’d like to close out the passionate season of fall with on the blog. It’s the perfect nod to the upcoming winter wedding season as our outdoors take a final bow before falling asleep until spring. As if those details weren’t enough to fall in love, every single aspect of this style shoot is eco-friendly and derived from sustainable practices — from the invitation to the wedding dress. Amazing, right?

With a wedding color palette like this, you simply can’t go wrong! Keep your colors soft, and incorporate subtle details that highlight the warmth and happiness of the season to bring guests together in an oh-so-memorable time of celebration.

 

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Cream fall wedding bouquet and bridal portraits, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.comFall wedding tablescape with cream colors and gold accents, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.com Fall bridal portraits, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.comCream fall wedding bouquet, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.com Fall wedding invitation, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.comBaby tree wedding guest favors in mason jars, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.com Engagement ring on birds nest, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.com White wedding cake with gold bands and gumpaste fall leaves, photographed by Kishana Highgate Photography | The Pink Bride www.thepinkbride.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Images courtesy of Kishana Highgate Photography.