9 Wedding Portraits That Prove Fall is the Best Season to get Married
This past weekend marked the first day of fall, and though summer is the best season of the year (don’t @ me), fall is arguably the best season to get married. It’s the start of wedding season for a reason. The vibrant fall foliage of each of these places will serve as a backdrop for stunning photos, making them fantastic locations for your elopement.
In GA and much of the South, fall means it’s no longer hot as hell, so folks can get married outdoors again!
Georgia. I’d be remiss if I didn’t give my state a shout out with this elopement in the North Georgia mountains.
Tennessee. An ultra sweet backyard wedding with changing leaves that are next level.
Tennessee, again. A Jackson Falls elopement featuring the most gorgeous display of fall florals.
Virginia. This vineyard wedding with a magical mix of bare trees and warm foliage.
Vermont. An at-home wedding at a 200-year-old farmhouse.
Maryland. This intimate waterfront wedding.
New York. A tiny wedding at an AirBnB with beautiful grounds.
Illinois. A lodge wedding in the Shawnee forest.
Washington. This Inn wedding in the valley of Mt. Rainer gives you a backdrop featuring both fall foliage and a snow-capped mountain.