An autumn wedding is all about location, and from massive estates to low-key vineyards, these romantic fall venues have it down.
Say "I do" in the middle of the mountains at in Aspen, Colorado. There, the wedding deck sits at an elevation of 11,212 feet and features the Elk Mountain Range as your backdrop for a breathtaking autumnal ceremony.
For a cozy indoor alternative to a barn, consider a restored warehouse for your fall wedding venue. The features industrial windows, brick walls, and terra-cotta ceiling tiles — the perfect rustic setting for your big day.
Just 45 minutes outside of Seattle, has all of the country charm you could wish for in a fall wedding venue. The grounds include a hippodrome with classic wooden beams and a heritage rose garden. The variation of indoor and outdoor space is perfect for the unpredictable fall weather.
is much more than a cocktail bar: With its open-air rooftop terrace and panoramic views of the city, we can't think of a better reception space on a crisp fall night.
For a barn wedding, consider in Cleburne, Texas. While they have a beautiful wood-beam barn on the property, there is also plenty of outdoor space, including this romantic rose-covered wooden archway perfect for walking down the aisle.
A wedding beneath the pines is the perfect way to bridge summer and winter. The resort in Leavenworth, Washington offers seven venues for your wedding and reception. Your dreams will be accomodated, whether you're looking to exchange vows atop a picturesque mountainside or wish to be serenaded mid-ceremony by a babbling brook and running waterfall.
It's almost as if the in Yosemite National Park were designed with you in mind, creating the perfect backdrop for a Pinterest-worthy ceremony. We're not the first people to think so: In 1991, the resort hosted Steve Jobs' marriage to Laurene Powell.
Where better to host an autumn wedding than an orchard? Between the ceremony and the reception, send guests pumpkin-picking or scurrying to the tops of apple trees. in Walpole, New Hampshire, is a year-round working orchard that's tailor-made for fall colors, and you can end your night with a reception in a traditional red barn.
Inside this , the stables — no longer home to any horses — are classic Southern chic. They're a fantastic blank canvas for your dream wedding: If you want an airy, open-door afternoon affair, go ahead, and if you'd like to dress up the room for a more elegant and formal gathering, it'll bend easily to your wishes.
If you're a fan of fall festivals — apple-picking, hayrides, hot cider, all the trappings —then why not transform your wedding into the grandest of them all? It's the specialty of in Longmont, Colorado. The farm is a working apple orchard that has been operational since 1896 (minus a few years of neglect in the late 20th century), and today it's been revitalized as a hot destination for the most autumnul of affairs.
Brooklyn's Prospect Park is one of the best places to find beautiful fall foliage in New York City, especially at the built in 1905. The outdoor terrace looks directly out onto the surrounding trees, and the building's Beaux Arts style will provide a stunning backdrop to your big day.
This 19th-century mansion in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina was built by George Vanderbilt, grandson of famed industrialist Corenlius Vanderbilt. The offers plenty of opportunities for wedding festivities, all surrounded by endless bounties of picturesque autumn trees in the season's most gorgeous colors.
If you're seeking a charming garden setting for your fall wedding, look no further than in Franklin, Tennessee. The garden wedding venue specializes in intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions, and is just minutes south of Nashville. Choose from the property's three unique spaces — the house, the outdoor pavilion and the garden — for a wedding robust with the autumnal charms of the South.
Weave some history into your happily ever after with a wedding at the , a picturesque venue that brings to life the romance of early Spanish California in the locale's idyllic autumn months.
For a quaint wedding that's just as unique as the couple, in Ephraim, Door County offers views of rolling hills that turn colors with the fall season and beach access to Lake Michigan. For an extra touch of romance after your special day, ask for one of the cozy fireplace rooms.
Not all wedding venues need to be outside to embrace the warm aesthetic of the fall season. Celebrate autumn indoors in the 19th-century estate, which showcases castle-like architecture and cozy rooms to warm any brisk fall day.
In the Platte River Valley in Southeastern Wyoming, is situated on 30,000 stunning private acres and is a sought-after destination for weddings. The ranch was founded in the late 1800s and is still a working cattle ranch, with 20 miles of waters, 100 miles of trails and all the rustic charm any fall wedding begs for.
For a secluded wedding with a sense of Old-World enchantment, explore , an incredibly inviting venue in San Juan Capistrano, California. The romance of the fall season will be apparent in the outdoor courtyard, which features white paper lanterns, lamppost lighting and mini-string lights draped throughout the trees for a warm aesthetic.
Celebrate your special day at the famously beautiful Finger Lakes, which are beautiful year round, but take on an especially vibrant character in the autumn months. , which recently underwent a luxurious restoration, features white columns and porches, verandas and terraces that gaze upon Cayuga Lake in New York.
For a fall wedding with coastal appeal, set your sights upon the glittering views at , which overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The seaside event lawns accommodate up to 300 guests, and a warm-hued indoor ballroom accommodates both glamour and intimacy. An added bonus: By planning a California beach wedding in the fall, you'll miss the summer's unpredictably gloomy days.
If the wedding of your dreams has a rural streak, consider tying the knot in the natural beauties of Virginia's . The pristinely secluded location will convince you autumn is the season of romance with its lush variety of native deciduous trees.
Classic Western culture meets lavish amenities in this 19th-century homestead situated in one of Montana's most peaceful, gorgeous valleys. Say your "I Do's" at , surrounded by ten square miles of river, valley, forest and vista that offer countless incredible views for your happily ever after.
Located in the heart of wine country, is a dreamy wedding venue for experiencing the beauty and sophistication of the California's vineyards. The picturesque venue, complete with a 1920's Chateau and located next to verdant vineyards, offers a beautiful outdoor location for both ceremonies and receptions.
The event venue in Austin, Texas captures the beauty of the fall season with its gorgeous grounds (expect flowering trees and cascading waterfalls) with stunning views of a nearby lake. Even better, it's a charitable venue that benefits local non-profits such as Austin Children's Shelter.
The grounds of turn golden in the fall, lending a perfectly rustic appeal to this quiet wedding locale in Tallahassee, Florida. Granted, the vineyard is family-run and its website is incredibly low-key, but aren't the best secrets those that are best kept? At this venue, you can guarantee your fall wedding will be one of a kind.
A luxury hotel in Lenox, Massachusetts, the historic offers a variety of lavish venues for weddings, from the circa 1894 Gilded Age Mansion to the outdoor Rose Terrace, which offers breathtaking views of the season's beauties. The hotel also includes wedding salon services.
This in Beacon, New York overlooks a stunning waterfall, creek and bustling street corner, and has an event space for weddings up to 200 guests. Upstate New York is known for its gorgeous autumns, and Roundhouse may just be one reason why.
This charming locale in Newport, Rhode Island features a romantic blend of lush forests abound with fall foliage for intimate walks before or after the ceremony, the sea, and a venue setting rich in history. was established in 1875, but its enchanting appeal for weddings is timeless.
Foliage saturated with the hues of the season adorn the romantic setting at , which overlooks the Long Island Sound. The circa-1890 estate was once private, and welcomed celebrities ranging from prominent families like the Rockefellers and the Roosevelts to Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe — and it's easy to see why.