With the curated aesthetic of a private estate wedding, this intimate autumn wedding inspiration is luxury at its finest! The outdoor ceremony design features an earthy and organic floral installation from Petal and Stem with a texture-forward combination of florals and foliage climbing the trunk of a tree. The elegant tablescape is set for an intimate gathering of 12, complete with wild floral centerpieces, picturesque fruit displays, green velvet napkins, vintage china, and antique tabletop decor.
Nestled within a natural backdrop of golden-hued trees, this dreamy fall wedding inspiration is a beautiful reminder that smaller, more intimate weddings, can be just as beautiful and have just as many thoughtful details, if not more!
Keep scrolling to see an al fresco dinner at golden hour, rich textures adorning a fall tablescape, and a bride and groom cloaked in stunning attire! With all these beautiful details designed by Rebekah Brontë Designs and captured by Kaity Body Photography, you’ll want to bear witness to this incredibly styled intimate autumn wedding.
From the Designer & Planner:
We love seeing such a beautiful combination of tone and texture in this floral installation created by Petal and Stem!
The bride is dressed in an elegant champagne-toned satin wedding gown with a low back and intricate lace details, which is paired with a beautiful cathedral length veil from Lovenote Bride. For jewelry, a stunning floral crown adorns her head with lovely pearl drop earrings to match, both crafted by Joanna Bisley Designs.
These elegant menus are hand deckled and finished with crimson wax seals and gold tassel accents. If you want to try to make these yourself, Amazon is an easy place to find wax sealing sticks, wax stamps, wax guns, and pre-made tassels!
The stunning two-tier textured wedding cake with handmade sugar flowers was created by Yvonne’s Delightful Cakes! It features the perfect amount of colour and texture for a fall wedding cake.
We love the style and functionality of an outdoor champagne table. This one in particular features a small champagne tower with smoke-tinted glassware from Modern Rentals, and champagne bottles with uniquely elegant green-tinted glass.
We love a groom in a sharp coloured suit! Here’s our advice on how to select the perfect colour:
When deciding on a coloured suit for the groom, instead of choosing a tone that perfectly matches the florals or decor (which in this case would have been cinnamon or crimson or brown), go with a contrasting but complementary tone! This emerald green suit stands out and is a statement on it’s own (and doesn’t blend in with the florals or decor) but it also complements the tones found in the bridal bouquet and tabletop decor.
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Vendors: Wedding Design + Planning: Rebekah Brontë Designs // Photography: Kaity Body Photography // Florals: Petal and Stem // Hair & Makeup: Bare Beauty // Jewelry: Joanna Bisley Designs // Rentals: Modern Rentals // Vow Books & Handmade Paper: Little Bungalow // Cake: Yvonne’s Delightful Cakes // Models: Mode Models // Dress: My Samantha Victoria // Veil: Lovenote Bride // Styled Shootout Host: True to Hue