How To Plan A Fall Rehearsal Dinner
If your plans are to get married in the fall, there is a chance that you enjoy that time of year. The weather and the surroundings are gorgeous in autumn. Whether it's your love for crisp fall temperature, the vibrant colors of the foliage, your rehearsal dinner is the opportunity to highlight the season you like most. Since there aren't strict rules or traditions for this pre-wedding party, the sky's the limit when it comes to venues, themes, and décor. If you're looking for seasonal ideas for your fall rehearsal dinner, you're in luck. We are here to share a few ideas for planning the wedding rehearsal celebration.
Serve a Seasonal Menu
There's no better way to celebrate your fall date than by serving a seasonal menu for your rehearsal dinner. Welcome guests with a warm autumn drinks, such as fresh apple cider, serve entrées like cauliflower soup, roasted chicken on a bed of sliced potatoes and onions, resulting in a deliciously crisp and juicy low-fuss bird with a built-in side dish.
If you are wanting something a little less formal, consider having a backyard BBQ; possible pork and brisket sliders, six-cheese macaroni cupcakes, grilled autumnal fruit, and fall-inspired pies, such as pecan or sweet potatoes which are tasty and surely to please the guest.
Prepare An Inspired Fall Setting
If you choose a truly picturesque venue, like The B Suite, take full advantage of all its charms. You can choose to go with rustic or classic table settings amidst the exposed brick walls and wood floors. Either will be stunning. Get the ambiance just right by placing candles throughout the space. A rich, color palette can help drive your fall vibe home.
Choose Seasonal Accents
Keep the table linens simple and neutral, bring in accents like candles, hanging greenery, and centerpieces of wildflowers or other seasonal blooms. Use spray-painted leaves as beautiful place cards, as do mini pumpkins or gourds.
Keep Guests Warm
If you choose to host your rehearsal dinner outside, autumn nights can be chilly, so prepare to keep guests warm by renting heat lamps or lighting a fireplace. Consider setting up a cozy area with intimate seating and blankets for guests. Create a comfortable lounge area underneath an open-air tipi for an eclectic and welcoming ambiance; lounge chairs or wood benches with comfortable pillows, are perfect as guests mingle over cocktails...
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