Fall wedding at Saddle Woods Farm

Lauren and Brian’s Fall wedding

Lauren and Brian had a simply gorgeous fall wedding at Saddle Woods Farm. Everything about this couple is beautiful if you didn’t get a chance to see their engagement pictures or need a refresher check those out here.

With it being November many of the fall leaves had fallen but it was still a beautiful day with nice backdrops for this stunning couple and their wedding. fall weddings are always hit or miss weather and foliage wise but they are always my favorite. You are rarely too hot and it’s usually not super cold.

They picked the perfect colors that popped in every photo. Lauren’s beautiful bouquet was done by Natasha Larson through Accents of Love. Their wedding was an elegant twist on a southern barn wedding.

Looking at their outdoor pictures you would never know it rained on and off all day. In the evening we decided to take advantage of the rain and capture a magical image of them kissing. One of my all time favorite images! Remember rain on your wedding day doesn’t have to be a drab. Rainy day photos can be some of the best wedding photos.

kissing in the rain, fall wedding photos

Venue: Saddle Woods Farm

Dress: White Room

Cake: Mouth of the South Bakery

Florist : Accents of Love

Planner: Natasha Larson

Groom’s Attire: Mens Wearhouse

Rings: Mednikow

Invitations: Minted

Caterer: Tasty Tables

DJ: Mid South mobile DJs

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3 thoughts on “Fall wedding at Saddle Woods Farm”

  1. Stephanie

    Saddle Woods Farm looks like the perfect venue for a fall wedding. I adore the photograph of the wedding couple in the rain! Absolutely breathtaking! Great job!

  2. jen

    What a gorgeous wedding at Saddle Woods Farm! You did a beautiful job and my absolute FAVORITE is with the rain in the background using the lighting! Beautiful!!

  3. Okay, that main photo?!?! Talk about an INCREDIBLE wedding portrait in the rain! Stunning use of light there. Saddle Woods Farm seems to be a great wedding venue and you photographed it in great light!

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