Fall Wedding Colors

Eggplant as a Fall Wedding Color

Grab your pea coats and scarves because we’ve officially hit fall! Although autumn means biting winds and bitter cold, it also means an explosion of dazzling color. When throwing an event like a wedding, it’s always a good idea to match your color palette with the season. What does this mean for tablescapes? Table linens and napkins of chocolate, eggplant, fuchsia and pumpkin reflect the colors associated with beautiful autumn leaves, and transports the beauty of the outdoors straight to your special event—sans the chill.

Eggplant as a Fall Wedding Color

Purple Passion collaboration with Beau-coup.com.

 

 

Many of us opt to layer clothes starting with thin, cotton tees all the way to toasty, wool sweaters. With layering, it’s easy to stay stylish and comfortable as the weather changes throughout the day. And guess what? Your event tables like to keep warm with layers too! Try pairing a low hanging chocolate tablecloth with a white or  ivory satin overlay.

 

Chocolate at a Fall wedding color

Chocolate satin table overlay at LinenTablecloth.com.

What about pumpkin with white accents? Or reversed, white with pumpkin accents?

Pumpkin as a Fall wedding color

Photo by SimpleHo.

 

It’s easy to match autumn colors. The fall palette blends together effortlessly, so try combining chocolate, eggplant, fuchsia, and pumpkin to make the ultimate autumn tablescape. The changing of the season means new developments in style and color coordination are on the rise. What fall color combinations can you think of?