Wedding Dresses Perfect for an Autumn Wedding

It might not officially be autumn, but we're dreaming about all things fall wedding. Did you know that fall is fast becoming the most popular season to get married in? The weather, the colors, and the natural beauty that autumn offers makes it a beautiful time of the year to say 'I do.'

If you fancy a fall fete, take a look at these wedding gowns that are perfect for a September-November wedding. All of them feature trends that were seen on the Fall 2017 bridal runways.

High Neckline

High Neckline Wedding Dresses


Here's a fashion trend from ye olden times - the high neckline. Most popular during the 19th century, this modest, but elegant style has made its way back around, and just in time for the fall wedding season. As you can see, the high neckline can be paired with a plunging one, as seen on the last dress. Pairing two opposite styles can make for a unique and stylish look.

Marigold | Shawna | Jamie

Ruffles and Tiers

Wedding Dresses with Ruffles and Tiers


For the autumn bride who loves a bit of flair, a wedding gown with cascading ruffles or tiers of fabric is the perfect choice. The extra layers give the wedding dress a bit of oomph, and when paired with long sleeves, like the dress on the far right, you'll be kept cozy all through the day. If you're worried about heating up too much, like during the reception when you're dancing, consider changing into a shorter dress or purchasing a separate skirt that you can change out of.

Madelyn | Dana | Cristi


Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses


Sleeves of all kinds (billowing, flutter, long, off-shoulder) work well in any season, but especially during autumn because of the changing temperatures. Plus, wearing a wedding gown with sleeves is refreshing, as most brides walk the aisle in sleeveless numbers. Dresses with sleeves offer a timeless elegance, but can also be sexy and sophisticated.

Sallie | Hayley | Petunia


Off-white Wedding Dresses


White may be traditional, but off-whites like champagne, ivory, and candlelight add an extra romantic element. Even blush looks beautiful and is a nice alternative for a fall wedding.

Meg | Kristi | Shirley

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