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6 Fall Wedding Treats We Love: Lover.ly

We’ve been planning our dream weddings since we were five years old. So it’s no surprise that we can’t get enough of Lover.ly, a wedding inspiration site that lets you search through pics of swoon-worthy gowns, bouquets, and everything else you need for the big day. Once a week, the ladies behind Lover.ly will be sharing their best tips for getting through the craziness of the season—whether you’re standing at the altar or enjoying a view of it from the audience.

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Photo by: Tonya Peterson Photography on Wedding Chicks via Lover.ly

One of our favorite things about fall weddings? The food! (Oh, who are we kidding? That’s our favorite thing about most weddings.) Fall is the perfect opportunity to bring out seasonal savory dishes (we love the return of the soup course when temperatures drop!), along with sweet autumnal classics swirled with apple and pumpkin flavors. Here are our six must-have fall wedding foods:

1. Donuts

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Photo by: Armando Rafael on TINSEL & TWINE via Lover.ly

2. Pie

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Photo by: Joey and Jessica on Southern Weddings via Lover.ly

3. Pumpkin and cider signature cocktails

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Photo by: Cookie and Kate on Bayside Bride via Lover.ly

4. Soup

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Photo by: Steve Steinhardt on Inspired By This via Lover.ly

5. Caramel apples

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Photo by: Three Photographers on Inspired by This via Lover.ly

6. Seasonal beers

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Photo by: Liz and Ryan on Bayside Bride via Lover.ly

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Butternut Squash and Kale Soup: Birchbox Test Kitchen

You miiiight have noticed by now that Birchbox staffers have an ever-so-slight obsession with food, from colorful (and totally yummy) vegetables to delicious smoothies. Which is why we’ve enlisted our in-house recipe guru Nicole to divulge her kitchen secrets each week, sharing seasonal ingredients, must-have tools, and new cooking methods. 

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Spring is almost here (hooray!), but the farmers markets are still all about root vegetables and winter greens like potatoes, carrots, kale, and a cornucopia of different squash varieties. Last weekend, I headed to my local market with one goal in mind: I will make soul-warming soup while it’s still chilly outside.

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