Biggest Fall Wedding Trends in 2020

Fall is an amaz­ing time of year to get mar­ried: the weath­er is cool­er, the col­ors are brighter and it comes before the hus­tle and bus­tle of the hol­i­days. And with the start of every sea­son comes a fresh crop of wed­ding trends that brides and grooms will want to incor­po­rate into their spe­cial day. We asked some plan­ners to share their pre­dic­tions on what will be the top trends for this com­ing fall, and here’s what they had to say.


Micro Weddings

Even before recent world events, many cou­ples were lean­ing towards more inti­mate affairs. A micro wed­ding goes beyond that, invit­ing few­er than 30 guests and hir­ing only the nec­es­sary ven­dors. In fact, a recent sur­vey from wed­ding com­pa­ny Joy found that a whop­ping 76 per­cent of cou­ples are plan­ning to have micro wed­dings. “You would only invite fam­i­ly and super close friends for a quick cer­e­mo­ny, cham­pagne toast, dessert, and a send-off,” says Irene Tyn­dale of Irene Tyn­dale Wed­ding & Events.

Outdoor venues

With the need to social dis­tance, many cou­ples will opt for loca­tions that have ample out­door space so they can spread out guest tables and still offer an array of enter­tain­ment and activ­i­ties.

Unique color combos

Brides and grooms are think­ing beyond all white or white and black décor, says Ole­ta Collins of Flour­ish­ing Art Design Stu­dio. She also expects to see more spring and sum­mer col­ors as cou­ples who had to resched­ule their wed­dings still want to use their orig­i­nal col­or palettes.

Neon Wedding Signs

Whether it fea­tures the couple’s last name or a sweet quote about love, Rosy Nuboer of Hyatt Regency Aru­ba Resort Spa and Casi­no, says that neon signs will be big this year.

Classic tux style

More grooms will opt for the full James Bond look by don­ning a clas­sic tuxe­do on the big day, pre­dicts Collins.

Interactive food stations

Made-to-order food and bev­er­age sta­tions will be huge this fall, says Trip Wheel­er of SB Val­ue. Not only does it fol­low social dis­tanc­ing guide­lines, but it’s a won­der­ful way to please all of your guests.

Bold boutonnieres

There will be an explo­sion of col­or with bou­ton­nieres this fall. “We love the look for two or three yel­low ranun­cu­lus or bil­ly ball flow­ers for a pop of col­or,” explains Joan Wyn­drum of Blooms by the Box. She adds that suc­cu­lents will also remain pop­u­lar because they look per­fect through­out the day.

Mismatched attire

Many cou­ples are ditch­ing the uni­form look for their bridal par­ty attire, says Ivy Sum­mer of Voulez Events. For exam­ple, grooms can pick a spe­cif­ic col­or for their grooms­men, but have them choose the suit style that best works for them.

Metallic details

Metal­lic ele­ments like gold and sil­ver are always an impor­tant part of the wed­ding, just make sure to keep con­sis­tent in the same met­al to all the designs, notes Michelle Salazar, a wed­ding plan­ner at Andaz Mayako­ba  and My Per­fect Wed­ding.

Now that you’re up to date on the biggest trends for fall, you can start plan­ning your wed­ding day look. You can eas­i­ly include some of the season’s most pop­u­lar col­ors and designs with our vari­ety of suit, tux and acces­so­ry options!


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