One of the most popular times of year to get married is the fall. And why not? The yellow, orange, and red scenery is gorgeous and the weather can be perfect. Yes, the fall is a great time of year to have your wedding, but like with all seasons there some seasonal issues you need to be mindful of while celebrating your big day.
If you’re planning to walk down the aisle sometime in September through November you might run into some obstacles in the flower department. Most popular wedding flowers are no longer in season so you can either shell out more money to get them flown in just for you or you can embrace it and get a little creative. Here are a few of our favorite autumn bridal bouquets…
Like we mentioned before the fall is a gorgeous time of year, the temperature tends to drop quite a bit in the evenings. While the temp outside may be perfect during your late afternoon nuptials, your guests could get a little chilly during your reception if you’re planning on an outdoor event. This doesn’t mean you need to nix any outdoor plans! Just take your guests’ comfort during your reception. At the entrance of your reception have a bin full of blankets. You can also set up heat lamps and fire pits throughout your reception location.
These are just a few of the things to consider while planning your fall wedding!
Did you have a fall wedding? What seasonal obstacles did you run into?