This fabulous autumn celebration provides so much inspiration and let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a Bonfire Night party? Here are our favourite seasonal ideas that you should absolutely steal for an unforgettable Bonfire Night theme wedding.
You’ll want to get outside at some point during the day so make sure that everyone is super cosy and wrapped up warm by providing snuggly blankets and wraps.
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Sparklers make the perfect alternative to confetti at a Bonfire Night wedding, especially as the sun goes down.
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An outside firepit is a great alternative to a big bonfire and you can be sure that your guests will love it.
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Toffee apples are just the best favours for an autumn wedding and they’re definitely a Bonfire Night essential.
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Marshmallows and S’mores are pretty much obligatory on Bonfire Night and your guests will have lots of fun with these sweet treats.
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Games and apple bobbing have been a part of every Bonfire Night party EVER so you absolutely have to include them in your wedding. A prize for the winner perhaps?
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A spectacular firework finale might not be the most budget-friendly addition to your wedding day but you can be sure it will definitely bring the wow factor to your autumn wedding.
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When the days get colder, we all love warming comfort food so how about including lots of seasonal favourites on your menu? Speak to your venue to find out just what’s available.
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Hot chocolate and warming drinks are perfect for guests at a Bonfire Night wedding. Hot chocolates, warm punches and mulled ciders are absolutely brilliant for the season.
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Indulgent evening food will make sure that your guests can party on into the small hours. Wood-fired pizza, burgers or hot dogs are great ideas at this time of year.
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Start your wedding off with a bang and invite your guests to your big day with some gorgeous on-theme wedding stationery.
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If the thought of sparklers makes you a little bit nervous, glowsticks are a bright, brilliant and budget-friendly alternative. Perfect for children and the young at heart!
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Night-time photos are just all kinds of romantic. Thanks to the shorter days, you can definitely get outside for some stunning photos before it gets too late.
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Looking for a fun favour idea for your younger guests? Marshmallow rockets are sure to make them smile and these are a sweet little wedding DIY too.
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Including lanterns and lighting outside your venue always looks amazing and at autumn weddings, these little touches make all the difference. Decorate with fairylights and LED candles for safety.
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Well, it wouldn’t be bonfire night without a spectacular firework cake would it? Speak to your venue about this to make sure that the timing is absolutely spot on for maximum effect.
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Tassel balloons are a fantastic alternative to flowers and they work brilliantly with a bonfire night theme. They’re fun, they’re effective and they even look like shooting fireworks!
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Shimmering dresses for bridesmaids will add glamour and even more sparkle to your wedding day. Bring on the sequins!
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Delicious food will always make your wedding go with a bang and a great menu will always make your guests very happy indeed. Take a look at these amazing autumn wedding food ideas.