Top 4 Fall Wedding Dates and 1 To Avoid

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Top 4 Fall Wedding Dates and 1 To Avoid

1. Labor Day

It’s not surprising to learn that Labor Day Weekend is the most popular holiday weekend for weddings. This holiday is on the line between summer and fall. As with all holiday weekends, couples can marry on a Sunday without their guests worrying about work the next day. As a result, the Sunday before Labor Day is the most popular of any holiday weekend to get married.

2. Columbus Day Weekend

October is the most popular month to wed—15 percent of all weddings take place in October. And Columbus Day was super-popular as well, as the Saturday of that weekend (October 8) was the third most popular wedding date that A beautiful day at the beginning of Fall is a perfect day for a wedding.

3. Veterans Day Weekend

While Fall is the most popular season to get married, November is among the least popular months to wed—only six percent of weddings take place in November. Marrying on Veterans Day Weekend is a great way to have that gorgeous fall wedding but avoiding the most popular weekends of the year (mostly in October).

4. Thanksgiving Weekend

Similar to Christmas, most people have very specific Thanksgiving traditions which usually include visiting or hosting family members. Couples may fear that guests won’t be excited to change long-set Thanksgiving plans to attend their wedding. As a result, most shy away from hosting their event that weekend.

5. October

You can’t go wrong picking a wedding date in October. It has everything you want in a Fall wedding, October has temperate weather, usually, changing leaves, and is the best month before holidays start usurping weekends and Winter brings cold weather and snow to outdoor weddings. The Fall palettes, pumpkin everything, and cooler weather outdoors make it the best time to plan a wedding. Whether you are planning a large wedding, minimony, or eloping-any date in October is a good date.

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At first, we thought all-inclusive meant just having all the infrastructure ready to go for the couple, so what looks like such a simply beautiful, largely outdoor wedding could be as clean and simple as the lines of the tent.  There should be no hassles about getting in all the infrastructure and having it ready for your wedding. We did not want to witness a rental truck showing up at the last minute and a mom or bridesmaid, or the couple themselves, setting up chairs and tables–even mowing the yard–on the morning of the wedding.  These were all things Jeanne witnessed repeatedly over the years. No wonder people were exhausted before their wedding even began…