“Fall” in Love with these Fall Wedding Tips & Tidbits

If you are planning a Fall wedding, you’re in good company! According to Wedding Wire, 38% of couples get married in the Fall. In fact, the most popular months to tie the knot are October, September, and June, in that order. So what makes this time of year so appealing? RiverStone is here to share a few of the reasons we are inspired by Fall, so grab a PSL (Pumpkin Spice Latte) and join us! We hope these seasonal Tips & Tidbits will have you “falling” in love all over again!

“Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.”– Jim Bishop



We love how uniquely the Fall season blends beauty with coziness and comfort. Here are a few tips to help you ensure those same stylish, cozy vibes translate to your wedding day.

  • Cover your toes

    Closed toe shoes are important insurance when it comes to your comfort this season! Choose a pair of shoes that are not only easy to walk in, but will also keep your feet warm when the cooler Fall weather hits.

  • Blankets & Pashminas

    Make sure your guests and bridesmaids are “covered.” If you are planning an outdoor ceremony, provide blankets for guests and some type of shoulder covering for your gals (bridesmaids). The last thing you want is for your friends and family to be too chilly to appreciate your nuptials.

  • Long-Sleeve Dress

    Similarly, you do not want to be so focused on the cold that you have trouble enjoying your big day! Pack some sort of elegant shoulder covering for yourself, or consider wearing a dress with long sleeves if you are getting married late in the season.

  • Signature Cocktails Served Hot

    Signature drinks are regularly a hit at RiverStone! We enjoy creating drinks that represent your personal style. For a seasonal spin that is sure to keep your guests talking, consider serving hot specialty cocktails this Fall. Examples: hot toddies, spiked cider, mulled wine, or boozy hot chocolate

  • Maximize Time in the light

    As the season progresses, the days will get shorter. So plan accordingly. Talk with your photographer about scheduling your photo session earlier in the day. That way you can make the most of the daylight and capitalize on the beautiful autumn foliage as a backdrop for your wedding pictures.


Fall = bounty. So take advantage of the harvest by incorporating some natural seasonal elements (tidbits) in your wedding.

Fall Colors

Fall color pallets exude richness and warmth. Think jewel tones and metallics, as well as earth tones and toasty hues. Here are a few color pairings to consider…

  • Wine & Navy
  • Navy & Grey
  • Emerald Green & Blue
  • Cranberry & Sage
  • Champagne & Reds
  • Ivory & Burgundy
  • Red & Sunflower Yellow
  • Violet & Gold

Fall Flowers

Autumn’s natural display of texture and color is second to none. Consider adding berries, thistle, grasses, acorns, or dried flowers to your flower arrangements, and check out these in-season blooms for gorgeous splashes of rich, fall color…

  • Anemones
  • Asiatic Lily
  • Asters
  • Calla Lilies
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Dahlias
  • Garden Roses
  • Gerbera Daisies
  • Gladioli
  • Marigolds
  • Sunflowers
  • Protea
  • Zinnias

In Season Produce

Ask your chef to incorporate Fall fruits and veggies in your wedding menu. Culinary artists love the opportunity to work with fresh produce, so get creative with this list of edible seasonal delights…

  • Apples
  • Cranberries
  • Pears
  • Pomegranates
  • Pumpkin
  • Root veggies
  • Squash
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Turnips