November serves up variable weather at best. In the the Sierra Nevada, it typically starts snowing in November. To create a memorable fall wedding and ensure optimal comfort for you and your guests, consider incorporating cozy wedding details. MWAH! Christie O. {Hindsight Bride}

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Having a coverup is a must for mountain brides. The weather can be chilly year round in the mountains. Sweaters, caplets, or fashion-forward fur vests are fresh alternatives to pashminas. Textured flower details aren't just for spring weddings. Ivory hued, over-sized flowers on the wedding cake or a pretty fabric ruffle can evoke a warm cozy vibe.

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Traditional fall decor and treats can be easily elevated to wedding decor, but don't overlook guest comfort. For weddings with an outdoor element like a fire pit, set out a few baskets of warm cozy blankets and s'more kits.

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