If you live in North Carolina (or any other southern state really), there is this weird time between September and November that we call “Fall” where it is still 90 degrees outside, the leaves are starting to change colors and fall off of the trees and everyone suddenly becomes obsessed with pumpkin spice lattes.
Ever heard of it? I thought you might. This is what we in the wedding industry call “Busy Season” because most of our weddings fall during these months. The struggle is, we have some couples who want to embrace the Fall tones and falling leaves and some couples who would rather hold onto the last bit of Summer we have left…
Insert – Fall Transition. This style embodies everything that we love about Fall including warm wooden barns, dried florals, cozy velvets and fallen leaves while still holding onto the Summer goodness we aren’t ready to part with just yet. You know, the cool pastels, party ponies and clean lines.
This editorial shoot was designed for the bride who wants it all (or really just can’t make up her mind!) and loves everything both seasons have to offer.
Here are my top 5 tips to hosting a Fall Transition wedding:
Take a quick peek at what a Summerfield, North Carolina Fall wedding could look like for you!
Planning/Design: Sweet Oak Events
Photography: Liz Grogan Photography
Venue: Summerfield Farms Pole Barn
Rentals: Party Makers Event Rental
Lounge Rental: Sweet Everlasting Vintage Rentals
Stationery: Magnolia Pen & Paper
Hair & Makeup (& Models!): Kaitlyn Elizabeth Styling
Wedding Gown: The Magnolia Bride
Florals: Grace & Greenery
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