As September is approaching, there are many brides and grooms that are planning their wedding. It may become stressful to get all the details down the way you want them, but all-in-all it’s a happy occasion. We all strive to have our weddings to be just right with every detail down to the bridal dress and the groom’s tuxedo. When planning your color contrast, keep it simple and don’t overdo your theme. It is best to, start with traditional colors that fit who you are and then add a little fall contrast to fit the season. And you can never go wrong with nice inexpensive designer tuxedos to rent for your wedding.
Therefore, you could just add a center piece that pertains to fall or something as simple as plates and napkins with fall designs on them. Fall Weddings are a great time of the year for an outdoor wedding, with the temperature being just right and the fall colors surrounding you. However, the theme is only part of the planning. After you have established a color Contrast Theme, of fall, you can start working on what the wedding party will wear, for the special event.
It’s usually best to stay as traditional as possible but still, coordinate with your fall color theme.