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The Golden Hour Serves as the Perfect Fall Wedding Theme

As the leaves turn, the days get shorter and the light takes on a special hue. Take inspiration from the season for a wedding theme; it’s a time of fleeting beauty and lasting memories.
By: 
Judy Arginteanu
A bride and groom walk a path at the golden hour. His burgundy suit and her neutral wedding dress complement the fall wedding theme.

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A stroll in dappled shade leads our couple into their special day. Durward’s Glen in the Baraboo Hills Natural Landmark include trails, a brook, pond and 40 pristine acres for getaway moments.

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Splendor in the grass: A midcentury-modern table, spilling over with autumn delights and a sumptuous seasonal centerpiece from Pollen House, makes the perfect picnic for two.

The Golden Hour

The Golden Hour

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The groom’s deep burgundy suit jacket by Calvin Klein takes a cue from the warm hues of the season, accented by a boutonniere in blush tones by Pollen House.

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Our couple exchanges vows waterside. The bride’s vintage gown from Shop Gossamer follows a simple silhouette, in soft neutrals that complement the harvest-hued altarpiece.

The Golden Hour

The Golden Hour

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When they’re this beautiful, invitations can be an heirloom affair. With handmade paper and fine calligraphy by Shasta Bell, this is one-of-a-kind art, tells your one and only love story.

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Once there’s a faint nip to the air, our thoughts turn to pie. This mouth-watering tart by MSCO Patisserie combines almond cream, pâte sucrée and a bounty of berries for an elegant option that delectably fills the bill.

The Golden Hour

The Golden Hour

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Soft, ethereal florals and pampas grasses set the stage for a natural ceremony backdrop, to frame the couple in veritable clouds of romance as they say their “I Do’s.”

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A simple setting—charming hand-lettered place card, shimmering flatware, candlesticks and champagne flutes that glimmer as the sun slants low—seamlessly blends rustic and modern for one unforgettable afternoon.

The Golden Hour

The Golden Hour

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Foliage, yes, but who says it has to be green? In this Pollen House bouquet, traditional blooms rest amid a loose arrangement of leaves and springs in luscious fall colors, a sumptuous symbol of the sweetest season.

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