Planning a Backyard Barnhouse Country Wedding for Fall? If you need some wonderful fall wedding ideas for your big day, I have some suggestions. These stylish country ideas will help you achieve the wedding of your dreams! From invitation down to your reception, you’ll have everything planned out, you may not even need a wedding planner.
Fall Wedding Ideas for a Backyard Barnhouse Country Wedding
With the chilly weather and beautiful fall leaves everywhere, a lot of couples pick this season to get hitched. So it wasn’t a surprise to me when my daughter’s best friend asked if she could use the old barnhouse for her dream wedding. Since she was as close as family I agreed. I even helped her out with some fall wedding ideas to try. If you’re also planning a backyard barnhouse country wedding for the fall, then this list will give you lots of ideas to try.
1. Hanging Lightbulbs
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They say everything just seems to light up when you found “the one”. This seems like a great idea to try.
2. DIY Floating Leaf Place Cards
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This is so much easier than it looks, believe me. Get the tutorial here.
3. Glam Pumpkins
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Since it’s fall, what better way to decorate your wedding than with some glamorous pumpkins. See how you can make them here.
4. DIY Pumpkin Flower Girl Basket
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If you can think it, you can make it. Give your flower girl an adorable fall themed basket by following these steps.
5. Easy Pumpkin Centerpiece
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Super easy and inexpensive DIY centerpiece you can make for a last minute wedding decor. Check it out here.
6. Timber Centerpiece
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Want to add a rustic feel to your big day? Then this timber centerpiece is just the thing you need.
7. Aisle Flower Arrangement
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Save some space on the aisle by attaching this fall-inspired flower arrangement on the chairs.
8. Doily Pumpkin
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Just in case you don’t want your pumpkins glammed up, you can add doily instead. See it here.
9. Corn Husk Luminaries
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Want to have a candlelight wedding reception? Then try making these DIY luminaries, they’ll only take 30 minutes to make. Get the steps here.
10. Autumn Leaf Headband
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This will just look darling on the bridesmaids. See how you can make it here.
11. Autumn Inspired Boutonnieres
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Now that the bridesmaids’ headband is done, you can now move on to your groom and groomsmen’s boutonnieres. Get the tutorial here.
12. Decorate the Barn with String Lights
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String lights are always a fun and easy way to make any occasion special.
13. Pumpkin Fall Arch
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Lead your guests to the venue with this fall-inspired arch and pumpkin walkway.
14. Fall Ceremony Decor
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Pull this off by getting some autumn leaf trees in the barn and line the aisle with some fall leaves.
15. Rustic Wedding Venue
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Don’t have enough space to hold the venue inside the barn? Take it outside and use this set-up as inspiration.
16. Rustic Wedding Invitation
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A simple wedding invitation that has a theme perfect for your wedding. Check it out here.
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Celebrate your new status by making this super easy burlap banner. See how here.
18. Wedding Garland
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“Fall in Love”. There’s no phrase that applies better.
19. Fall Themed Cake with Leaf Stamps
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Want a playful cake that represents your “love” this fall? Try to make this. See how here.
20. DIY Pie in a Jar
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Thinking of the perfect wedding favor? Capture the flavors of fall and put it in a jar. Get the recipe here.
I can’t think of any better barnhouse wedding set-up than Glee’s double wedding. In case you missed it, watch and get inspiration from it here:
Did we miss anything? Let me know what else you can think of below in the comments!
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