As the High Country settles into autumn, perhaps you’re noticing the bold colors, clear skies, cool breezes and the romance of the falling leaves, thinking that this would be the perfect season for a wedding.

If so, you’re not alone — according to Zola, a free suite of wedding tools, summer has been upstaged by autumn as the most popular time of the year to tie the knot. It was estimated that 40 percent of all weddings last year would take place during the months of September and October. Additionally, the site identified the last Saturday of September and the second and third Saturdays of October as the most popular wedding dates last year.

And, don’t forget about winter! The holidays provide a lovely backdrop for a winter wedding (think plush capes, candle light and intoxicating evergreens), or you might find that your guests and vendors will have fewer scheduling conflicts during the “off-season” of January, February and March.

Check out these four local weddings for fall and winter inspiration.

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