all about fall

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hello & happy october from buck & rose!  it is officially fall!!!  i don’t know about you but, fall is by far my fave season of the year.  there’s something so refreshing about the cooler weather, changing colors, & fall activities here in mn that makes this the best time of year.  (not to mention the return of the psl is also one of my favorite fall things… #basic&proud)  has anyone been to their favorite apple orchard yet??  i’m hoping to make it to mine this weekend- deardorff orchards in waconia!  when it comes to fall weddings, there are so many different ways to display the autumn season during your happiest day.  below are just a few of my favorite ways to make your wedding feel fall af 💁


i love bridal bouquets filled with dahlias, anemones, ranunculus, astilbe, & spray roses, in rich colors accompanied with different grassy greens like fern or eucalyptus help to create a fall like vibe.  the key here is color- go bold with vibrant reds, marsala, & dark burgundy.  balancing out your bouquet with neutrals will also help your other colors really pop and appear richer.



instead of choosing a pale pink, go for a bold red lip for your wedding day look to create a dramatic fall feeling.  if you can, choose a matte finish to last the longest throughout your wedding day, plus, it’s the least likely to transfer or smudge onto your new groom!  a favorite red lip of mine is charlotte tilbury’s matte revolution lipstick in red carpet red.  otherwise, if you’re not feeling the red lip, you can always try a ruby hue on your nails.  either option will look great in photos!

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for your bride tribe opt for moody hues!  for even more fun, go the mismatched route and have your girls in a fall color of their own.  mustard, rust, red, navy, olive green, you get the idea!

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mini pumpkins are almost effortless in helping your decor feel very fall, + they’re super cute and require little to no work!  create welcoming statements on your guests tables with mini pumpkins and easy floral like baby’s breath or greenery to create a fun autumn statement.


instead of having a cake why not have pumpkin pie?!  accompany your pumpkin pie with hot apple cider and you’re definitely going to have a crowd pleasing dessert that is anything but ordinary.  you can also go the mini/bite sized route and do mini pies in other fall flavors like apple or cherry.

yay for fall weddings!



Alex Buck