Planning a Fall Bridal Shower
Fall is the perfect time to plan a bridal shower. The weather is getting cooler so an outdoor bridal shower can definitely be in the cards. Today I’m sharing 15 fall bridal shower ideas. From rustic to chalkboard, vintage to classic, you’ll find printable ideas below. Or have us print them for you. Be sure to download our free graphics on the Journey Junkies page as well so you can make your own fall bridal shower designs. If you’re not a member, you can sign up here.
Fall Bridal Shower Invitations
The first thing you’ll need for a fall bridal shower is the invite. Thus, I’ve got 15 different ones below. Whether you like rustic, classic, or something in between, you’ll find and idea. What I love most about a fall bridal shower is the fact that you can go full on fall or just do simple wording or color changes to make it subtle. Regardless of which way you like to go, you’re bound to find an invite to fit your needs.
First up for the invites is this floral design. You’ll find floral designs in a lot of the invites, but this first one is all about the floral ring around the details. I love it because you can easily change the colors to be less fall if you wanted a different approach.
This next invite is one that’s always included in my designs, and that’s burlap. Burlap is perfect for so many things but I especially love it for fall.
Another design that frequents my shop is the chalkboard design. It’s also perfect for so many things and great for fall because it goes well with orange, maroon, and yellow. You know, those yummy fall colors we all love.
Next up is an invite with a wooden background. I don’t actually do wooden backgrounds as frequently as the previous two designs. However, for fall, it’s perfect.
This next invite I actually wrestled with a bit. I don’t always think of sunflowers as a fall thing, but then again, the yellow just works.
If you’re looking for something super classy, then this next design is for you. The gold and black is perfect for the classic bride and the leaves bring the fall into it.
Another classic design is this modern black and white stripped invite. It’s great for the bride who loves Kate Spade too. The floral graphics give it that little bit of fall without going over the top.
Now, what’s more fall than pumpkins? Basically nothing. If you’re looking for a design that really says fall, then this is for you. The dark background makes the pumpkins really pop too.
This vintage design is perfect for the bride who likes rustic but doesn’t necessarily want a burlap or wooden invite.
If you simply can’t get enough of Fall and Halloween, then this next design is definitely for you. Go extra spooky and all out with this Halloween themed invite.
Another idea for the bride who loves Halloween is this witches invite. Perfect for the shower or bachelorette party.
These next few designs are simple and classic but if you love solid colors, then they’re definitely for you. First is this maroon design.
Another solid color invite is this navy design. It goes great with the red and orange leaves.
The last solid color invite is this white and green design. I love how clean it feels and orange is not my favorite color, so it’s perfect that this has no orange.
Finally, this mason jar design wraps up the fall bridal shower invites. The floral graphics on this design are probably my favorite of all the invites. It’s perfect for the rustic fall shower.
If you liked any of the designs below, then be sure to download our free graphics on the Journey Junkies page. You can shop our invites on Etsy or here on the blog then use the graphics to make matching products. If you missed the link, you can sign up here.
Hi, I’m Jamie, and I have two great loves: creating and traveling. I’m a blogger, designer, photographer who would love to help you enjoy life’s special moments or, what I like to call life’s “journeys”. From parties to vacations, I’m here to make them beautiful and easy. I provide the tools you need to plan, celebrate, and remember, without all the hassle. Contact me for custom orders and collaborations. When I’m not creating or traveling, you’ll find me at a yoga studio or with my nose in a book and cat on my lap. Read more about me!