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Celeb-Inspired Fall Wedding

Celebrity Wedding Trends to Steal This Fall

Who says Summer is the most popular time to get married? If you notice how many celebs have gotten hitched since September, you'd think there was one every other day. We can count Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Kate Bosworth — and that's just the beginning! All weddings have been beautiful in their own right, and we're stealing some major inspiration for how to throw a paparazzi-worthy wedding before Winter rolls around. Ready, set, check out these five great ideas.

Cozy Outdoors

From Bosworth to Seth Meyers, a handful of celebs took a chance on the chill and got married outside on bluffs and in vineyards. With the right additions, an outdoor wedding can go from cold to cozy.

For outdoor ceremony decor, look to Meyers or Rose McGowan, who both exchanged vows with their partners under an adorned chuppah. It's a lovely way to make the celebration feel more intimate.


In October, Clarkson had a small ceremony when she eloped with Brandon Blackstock. For one of their photos, the pair posed in front of a wooden bridge decorated with string lights, which would make a dazzling Fall touch.

Keep reading for even more star-powered wedding ideas!

Plaid Touches

When Pharrell Williams got married recently, he and wife Helen Lasichanh celebrated on a yacht, both wearing plaid outerwear. Leave it to the music mogul to incorporate one of the season's most popular trends and totally nail it.

We love the idea of bringing in some subtle plaid elements, like appetizer plates . . .

Or blankets for guests when temps start to drop!

Covered Up

Did you see how gorgeous Clarkson and Christina Ricci looked on their wedding days? Each wore showstopping dresses with delicate, long lace sleeves.

The look isn't just beautiful — it's practical, too, since it'll keep you warm till the party winds down.

If you still want to go sleeveless, cover up with something like a stunning shrug.

Deep Hues

Darker is better, at least in the Fall. Just ask celebs like Danielle Fishel, who said midnight blue was the color theme when she got married in October.

Switch out brights for deeper tones, like using lavender instead peonies in your bouquet.

Or opt for something more dramatic like a solid-colored canopy that will definitely stand out.

Rustic Themed

Thanks to the autumnal tones and wood decor, it only makes sense that rustic was the Fall theme for celebs like Bosworth and Meyers on their wedding days.

Incorporate the country feel, big or small, starting with a branch escort card setup — it's simple but unique.

Don't forget about the sweets station. It deserves some rustic love, too — pie and all.

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