November 28, 2008

A Orange & Chocolate Rustic Wedding

Today's post features an orange and chocolate rustic wedding perfect for Fall.

- 4-tier chocolate wedding cake iced in ganache and topped with marzipan fruit
- Favor bags of berry and almond trail mix
- Strapless chocolate brown bridesmaid dress by Alfred Angelo
- Fruit decorates the autumnal centerpiece and serves as the place card holder [via Brides]
- Escort cards with fruit designs nicely laid atop a bale of hay
- Fall bridal bouquet mixing hues of orange, yellow, pink and burgundy-red


Laura E @ Southern Weddings said...

You had me at orange & chocolate. I am such a fan of the dark chocolate brown brides maid dresses. What a great inspiration board for fall.

Anonymous said...

I'm getting married next fall and was wondering if you had any ideas for garnet and tangerine.

Rebecca said...

Definitely! Check out the burgundy search on my blog (it's close to garnet):

There are two posts that combine a burgundy and citrus-esc hue.

nancy said...

We are getting married on 11-11-11 @ 7pm. It will be an indoor wedding. I live in Oklahoma and with such frequent weather changes around here,I am having a hard time deciding what colors to use. I really want a fall wedding. The colors I have narrowed down are chocolate,burnt orange and sage. Or plum instead of sage. Idk though. For flowers I really love fire calla lilies,red and orange tulips as well as red and orange roses. I love the foliage colors. I do not want any of my main colirs to be red. I am open to any color schemes really.


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