3 Amazing Venues for Fall Weddings
Get married is arguably one of the best times in a woman’s life. However, it can also be an incredibly stressful few months leading up to the wedding day. Looking for wedding dresses, choosing a baker, sending invitations — the list goes on. On average, couples are now spending more than $28,000 on their dream wedding! Planning a fall wedding, especially if it’s at an outdoor wedding venue can be even more stressful. Read on for a few tips to get ahead on choosing a venue!
With about 84% of brides still making sure to incorporate something old, new, borrowed and blue into their wardrobe for their wedding, many couples are still following tradition. There are also 38% of brides still dressing their bridesmaids in the same color and style. So it makes sense to open with a traditional venue. Churches have been a long-standing wedding tradition, so if you want a good old-fashioned big day, this is your best bet.
Autumn brings a new magic to the outdoors. While spring weddings are popular because of blooming flowers, fall weddings are quickly catching up because of the beautiful foliage. What better way to showcase that than in one of many outdoor wedding venues? Outdoor wedding venues are also often cheaper and able to seat more guests, which are big positives.
Barn weddings have spiked up to mainstream popularity in recent years, and they are especially warm and cozy in the fall. Autumn is just the perfect time to have a barn wedding, with lanterns, and homey touches, with an outdoorsy feel. It also gives you the benefit of having the wedding indoor/outdoor depending on weather!
What do you think about these outdoor wedding venues? Would you get married at any of these spots?