Oh, I just love this time of year, don’t you?
London is so gorgeous at the moment (except when it rains!). It’s getting cosy indoors, with candles and hearty dinners, and outside as the leaves continue to fall, there’s a chill in the air, and the local market is filled with pumpkins, squash and autumn fruits.
With that in mind, today’s post is all about autumnal edibles.
Last week, we swooned over pretty leaf adornments for fall weddings, and this week it’s all about artichokes, apples, persimmons, pomegranates, and of course, pumpkins.
Stylish, rustic and quirky, choosing fruit and vegetable adornments (like selecting autumn leaves or summer foliage) is a cost-effective, and chic way to style your wedding without splashing out on pricey floristry or expensive props.
While gourds, artichokes and persimmons look perfectly pretty on their own, you can also get creative with white washing, gold spray paint, or maybe even a spot of calligraphy can take your fall fruits to another level.
Pair sage greens with orange fruits or paler pumpkins, add pomegranates and artichokes to your bouquets, or swap out centrepieces and escort cards for autumn staples – it’s so easy to get creative with the unique shapes and pretty hues of fall foods.
Fall Fruits Snapshot
To help you on your way, we’ve come up with a little inspiration!
Introducing 25 pretty produce ideas for your autumn wedding…
1. Gilded Gourd
2. Persimmon Centrepiece
3. Fruit & Flora
4. Edible Escorts
5. Chic Chevrons
Photo by Melaine Thompson via My Sweet Savannah
6. Fruit Bout
7. Artichoke Adornments
8. Picture of Pomegranates
9. Silver & Gold
Photo by Caitlin Moran via The Glitter Guide
10. Mixed Fruits
11. Rustic Welcome
12. Pink & Persimmon
13. Runner Pumpkins
14. Autumn Additions
Photo via The Merry Thought
15. Ferns for Fall
16. Stripes and Sparkle
17. Farmer’s Market Feature
18. Precious Metal Pumpkin
19. Apples and Oranges and Pinks
20. White Wash
Photo by Roberto Caruso and Angus Fergusson via Chatelaine
21. Seasonal Soup Bowl
22. Rainbow Bright
Photo via Funky Time
23. Pale Palette
24. Fall Spread
25. Pumpkin Patch
Aren’t they gorgeous? So chic and rustic – I love how you can play around with colours too, it doesn’t have to be all orange and brown.
Would you feature autumn fruits in your fall wedding? Let us know in the comments below.