Who said June was the best month to get married? The fall months of September and October have become the most popular wedding months on Armstrong Farms. Although June is a wonderful summer month to tie the knot, the fall offers an exhilarating back drop to any outdoor wedding ceremony. Just imagine walking down a lush grass isle as a light fall breeze gently blows through your veil, while the fresh aroma and leaves carried with it reminds you of the new season that has just begun to coincide with starting your new life together. Once at the altar, the only thing you see is the beautiful pallet of colors the vegetation exudes and the smiling face of your mate.
After the outdoor ceremony, family and friends move to the reception area while the bride and groom take pictures on the farm. Century old barns host wedding receptions on Armstrong Farms. All have been refurbished while maintaining many of the original beams, stone foundations, and even oak plank flooring. Decorated in white lights, rustic antiques, and whatever you would like to add, each barn can match any wedding theme and be unique with any style reception. Each barn has a large deck which is great for social hour between the ceremony and reception, and also to drink-in the spectacular fall foliage.
The third season of the year offers a great array of options for centerpieces and décor. Some great selections for decorations of the season are corn shock, chrysanthemums, tall grasses, pumpkins, gourds, squashes, cattails, dried seed bulbs, twigs, reeds, and dried bearded wheat. So if you like a very natural look using more than flowers, the fall season might be for you.
When choosing a season to have your wedding reception, take into account your favorite season, the style of wedding, and the preferred decorations and colors that you want. June is a great month for pastels and tulips, but September and October have become the new “hot” months to be married outdoors.