If you are looking for a favor idea that guests will be able to use again, then I have just the thing for you. These fall themed votive holders are a perfect favor idea for a fall themed wedding. Guests will be able to use these decorations every fall. Each season when they pull out these fun candle holders they will be reminded of your wedding. It is the gift that keeps on giving! Okay…I know, that was a bit cheesy but it is true! J Check it out!
Elle.com has this great hair style on their site and I had to share it because I love it so much! It almost makes me wish I had long hair so that I could achieve this style. It reminds me of something from the 50’s and 60’s and it was actually inspired by the film Hairspray. However we have seen versions of this hair for a long time coming down the runways and this style seems to stay classic and beautiful throughout the years! This style is perfect for a for the bride or even the bridesmaids.
Scrumptious tartlets from a bakery in custom-stamped bags make for tasty treats that are easy as pie to assemble in advance. Miniature pecan pies, which will stay fresh longer than most desserts, can be picked up at the store or delivered to you a day before the wedding. When you receive the pies, bridesmaids or moms can add extra pecans, tuck them into wax-lined bags (ours are decorated with a custom-made rubber stamp), and seal them with double-sided tape. A tray set by the coat check is sure to be emptied as guests take their leave.Source
If you are looking for a fun unique wedding favor, why not give them caramel apples. Caramel Apples are fun and festive for a fall themed wedding. You can dip them in peanuts or just leave them plain. Serve these apples as part of a desert buffet or candy ball and place them on top of silk leaves as pictured above. Another option is to place the apples on a sheet of wax paper, gather at the top and tie with ribbon and a few leaves. Easy, simple, fun, and oh so cute!
Recipe From: Martha Stewart.Com
- 12 lady apples, washed and stemmed
- 2 cups hazelnuts, toasted, peeled, and chopped
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup dark corn syrup
- 1 cup heavy cream
- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
- Insert a 5-inch dowel or ice pop stick into the top of each apple. Place hazelnuts in a small bowl.
- Place sugar, corn syrup, cream, and butter in a small saucepan, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Continue cooking until the temperature registers 245 degrees.on a candy thermometer, 10 to 12 minutes. Fill a large bowl with ice water. Remove saucepan from heat, and briefly plunge it into ice water to stop the cooking. Dip one apple into the caramel, coat the top and sides using a spoon, and roll the bottom in the nuts. Transfer to a serving platter. Repeat with the remaining apples.
Wonderful for an afternoon wedding, perhaps one held outdoors, this display is inspired by seasonal fruits and reminiscent of a farmers’ market, right down to the handwritten labels. Lots of late-summer produce is used here, but every season has its bounty (in the winter, citrus fruits and pomegranates are fitting). In a galvanized vase, branches bearing tiny crab apples reflect the natural theme.
Fig and Cream-Cheese Tartlets
Rhubarb Pie with Pecan Crumble
Meringue Clouds with Berries
Peach-Raspberry Lattice Pie
Roasted Plums with Mascarpone Cream, and Amaretti
Rolled-Oat Shortcakes with Cherry Compote
Apricot Custard Tart
Crumbly tarts, a lattice-topped pie, and meringues with syrupy fruit are right at home on this rustic table.
A square buttercream wedding cake is adorned with apples, peaches, pears, plums, and currants to soften its edges and give it a charming appeal.
The tea-towel runners, old-fashioned cake stands, sturdy white dishes, and wooden boards and crates used to display them are straight out of a farmhouse kitchen. Even an antique footstool becomes a pie stand. Since the fruits are full of flavor, they lend themselves well to simple desserts. You could have these sweets catered, or ask loved ones to bake their favorites.
Having a fall themed wedding? Well if you are, why not extend your theme to you drink selection? Serve your guests hot apple cider with a few cinnamon sticks in the glass for a little whimsy and fun. The hot apple cider will warm your guests from the inside out and will help set a warm and cozy atmosphere.
Perfume your ceremony or reception site with a garland of sweetly scented lilies. The sturdy flowers are abundant in spring. For a long space or a double-layer strand, have your florist wire several garlands (it’s best done the day of the wedding). Hang lengths of up to 16 blooms each in sections; each swag shown at the left is an individual garland, as are the two vertical sections. Be sure to leave extra wire for hanging; you can hide this wire with wide satin bows. Lily pollen often stains; you may want to remove the yellow anthers.
Fragrant Garland How-To
Thread 26-gauge wire through first bloom; attach at base with floral tape (or, for an end, tape wire to base of a closed bulb). Then slide on second bloom, to overlap previous flower a bit; tape base. Repeat until you reach desired length, leaving wire for hanging.Source
What do you give as a fall wedding favor that still allows you to stay true to your theme? How about Maple Syrup! This maple syrup comes in these cute little leaf shaped bottles. Plus they are the perfect color for any fall themed wedding. These would especially go over well if you where getting married in a cabin or cottage, or even outside. You could even pair this favor with a nice gourmet bag of pancake mix. You guests are sure to love you then, because you just gave them breakfast for the next morning! Check it out!
If you are looking for a simplistic up-do that is still elegant, then this style is perfect. The hair is loosely pulled away from the face and finished in this elegant twist on a knot and a ponytail. The way this style is pulled off is to look at the fine details the direction the hair is pulled back and the subtle twists and turns of the hair, make this up-do simply gorgeous. Pic