If you’ve been dreaming of a fall wedding, complete with vibrant colors of orange, reds, and golds, perfect temperatures, and magnificent sunsets, we’ve compiled some of the best venues to host your wedding and make your vision come alive.
Castle Ladyhawke – North Carolina
If you’re looking for a bit of European flair without the travel, Castle Ladyhawke is the place of your dreams. Nestled in the North Carolina Mountains, this once stunning private estate allows you to create your own magical wedding, complete with bagpipe player.
The Inns @ Equinox – Vermont
Surrounded by the beautiful Green Mountains, the Equinox supplies endless possibilities for a grand or intimate wedding. From the former home of Abraham Lincoln’s granddaughter, the 1811 House (an excellently maintained romantic country inn offering soaring mountain views and a glimpse into history), to the off road driving among the Green Mountains, the Inns at Equinox has something for everyone during your fall wedding weekend that will have family and friends talking for years to come.
The Homestead – Hot Springs, VA.
Southern hospitality mixed with modern luxury says it all. If you have imagined gliding down the grand staircase to the beautifully manicured lawn with the breathtaking Allegheny Mountains in the background, The Homestead is the perfect fall venue for your wedding.
The Ranch @ Rock Creek – Phillipsburg, Montana
Named the worlds only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ranch, the Ranch at rock Creek spans ten square miles of river, forest, valley and vista and provides almost limitless opportunities for breathtaking ceremonies, intimate brunches and festive receptions. If you have envisioned wildflower grasslands and Big Sky grandeur as a vivid contrast to the refinement of your event and ensure awe-inspiring photography, this spectacular property is for you.
Log Haven – Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah’s mountain splendor is the perfect backdrop to say ‘I Do. ’ Log Haven comes complete with wildflowers, waterfalls and romance. Millcreek canyon is a blaze of orange, yellow and red in the fall months and is a gorgeous backdrop for fall wedding ceremonies and receptions. With 40 acres of private land (including a pristine lake) nestled in the mountains of the Wasatch National Forest, Log Haven is the idyllic fall destination wedding location.
Check off one more thing off the list by securing a venue for your wedding. Don’t forget to accessorize your wedding day attire with some wedding pearls that are sure to make a statement.
This post was written by Samala Carrington, who is a wedding blogger based in Atlanta, GA, loves all things wedding. Whether your wedding is Posh or Penny Pincher, Samala knows how to make it work. Her weekly blog, S.N.O.B.B. has been featured on Perfect Wedding Guide Atlanta, and she has connections with some of the best wedding designers and planners in the Metro Atlanta Area. You can contact Samala at [email protected].