Here are a few of my Fall faves from collections past and present!  Like the Macy's parade come every 4th Thursday in November, it's become an annual thing here--my posting about the Thanksgiving wedding and the many details and touches that go with.  I actually love the idea of getting married on Thanksgiving Day. The days before as well as the Friday, Saturday and Sunday after are times family are all gathered.  And that's the bonus of a Thanksgiving wedding--the guests and menu are all pretty much assembled.  If you want a cozy wedding with just family go ahead and opt for Thanksgiving Day.  Extend that invite beyond family and your wedding might conflict with most of your invited guest's family dinners.  Overall, a turkey dinner with all the fixings for the bride and groom and family gathered is a great way to combine your nups with that great family tradition.

Above: What could be more symbolic of Thanksgiving than the harvest?  This bouquet of wheat by JL Designs says it all//Photos by Stephanie Williams Photography from the Vintage and Rustic Shoot//Dress by Amy-Jo Tatum///Below: Kudos to Emily Garland and Holly Sanneman of Diamantin Events for conjuring up this combo of  Pumpkin custard upon a beautifully set table //Photos by Diana Maire Photography from The Country Chic Shoot

Below: Another incredible Autumn bouquet --this one of Maple and yellow roses.  Veiled, this traditional bride is wearing a lace blouse and taffeta sheath.  Photo by Pixamage from the Veiled  Shoot//Dress and veil by Amy-Jo Tatum
 Fall for fall glam all around!  The Eva Dress in silk dupioni paired up with the Gwenyth fascinator by Amy-Jo Tatum//Photo by John T Photography from the Art Meets Fashion Shoot//