I know it technically is, but in the Midwest it looks and feels more like Winter. I really want to use Fall decor, but feel that it wouldn't work... Opinions?
Use whatever them you would like. I've been to weddings in December and January where the couple decided to use traditional summer colors like yellow, and it was still gorgeous. I don't think any one will even notice/care.
It's still Fall so I say go with it
What could I use to have a transition from Fall to Winter? I'm thinking of using elements from both seasons... Like pumpkins, with silver glitter...
Do you think this would look off? Other ideas?!
Definitely fall. Think about it: Thanksgiving is the most fall-y holiday of the year and it's in late November. I think any time in November is fall.
Before Thanksgiving is fall to me, after Thanksgiving is winter. I think it also depends what part of the country you are in.
I'm from Ohio, so midwest, and mid-late November is definitely fall to me! I've been to several November weddings in the area with a fall theme, and it worked great!
@LilliePad: Agree. Even if Thanksgiving is cold, the colors of fall are still very fitting.
Also, in TX November is most def still fall - this past Nov it was 80!
i think before thanksgiving its fall but after its sort of wintery/holiday .... however i dont think that should really restrict your colors as any color you like can work (though to be honest some colors are naturally more fall than say summer)
if you wanted to do fall type.ideas..... pumpkins, apples, leaves, natural bark trees, evergreens, holly, cranberries, cider, fireplaces, cosy blankets, earthy natural colors (orange, tan, red, brown), jewel tones (emerald, saphire, ruby)
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