Fall comes with cooler weather and gorgeous foliage—the perfect recipe for a seasonal wedding especially in wine country where the vineyards are the most pretty this time of the year. Autumn does more than set a pretty scene, however. ... And there's a reason why fall has become one of the most popular seasons for nuptials: The predictable, temperate weather allows for the prettiest outdoor events you start to feel that breezy nip in the air and see the changing colors of leaves, you know fall is near. And with it comes a whole new season of wedding trends. This DIY bridal bouquet was made out of hanging amaranthus, eucalyptus, traditional roses, burgundy anemones and succulents, This bridal flowers looked amazing against fall backdrops of changing leaves and vines. It is not easy to make your own bridal bouquet, but this bride did an amazing job indeed! When planning your fall wedding be sure to check with your photographer about the earlier sunset so you set the ceremony time accordingly and you can still take advantage of having your bride and groom portraits around the golden hour.
Location: Napa, CA.