Where to Have a Fall Wedding Ceremony in Metro Atlanta

Where to Have a Fall Wedding Ceremony in Metro Atlanta

When a couple announces their engagement, the first question friends and family have is: “Have you set a date?”  The sooner a date is chosen the sooner your plans will begin to become a reality. 

Autumn is one of the most popular seasons to get married.  That’s especially true for a fall wedding in North Georgia, when the temperatures are a little cooler and the seasonal colors are simply amazing!  

Whether it’s a long or short engagement, putting the big day on the calendar is an exciting time for the newly engaged. One of the first things to consider is the time of year that you want your wedding to take place. The season of the year helps to set the mood of the wedding, helps to pick out the dress code of the wedding party (and the bride!) and it may help to determine the color scheme of the wedding event. Here in Metro Atlanta, the weather is certainly something to consider when making plans. 

A ceremony in July could be too hot to be outdoors the whole time, but a wedding in the fall may be the best of everything! Here at The Historical Cowan Mill, you can have the cooler temperatures in the fall, and have the ceremony in an actual historical landmark. 

The planning that goes into the ceremony of your dreams is also an important factor. If you are walking down the aisle during summer months that are popular for weddings, it’s important to start planning soon. Wedding venues are often booked months and even years in advance. 

According to some of the bridal websites, two of the most popular months to get married in are September and October. If you have your heart set on a fall wedding, there’s a good chance a lot of other couples do, as well. Consider booking your fall wedding venue, now. 

The Cowan Historic Mill is the perfect venue for a fall ceremony. Our staff is looking forward to discussing your perfect autumn wedding.  Our venue is the ideal Georgia location for a beautiful autumn wedding!