By using richly colored copper and chocolate linens and seasonal flowers, Alissa and Craig accentuated the beautiful fall colors found in Traverse City in October. They also sprinkled an autumn leaf motif—from the dried leaves lining the aisle during the ceremony to the reception tables, each named after a different leaf—throughout the affair.

A simple leaf motif ties together an autumn country-club wedding

By using richly colored copper and chocolate linens and seasonal flowers, Alissa and Craig accentuated the beautiful fall colors found in Traverse City in October. They also sprinkled an autumn leaf motif—from the dried leaves lining the aisle during the ceremony to the reception tables, each named after a different leaf—throughout the affair.

The bride’s vibrant orange-and-yellow hand-tied bouquet by Marla Courtney Wood was made up of mango calla lilies, macarena spray roses, hypericum berries, leonida roses and seeded eucalyptus.