Getting married in autumn in Toulouse is a great idea, the colors of nature are beautiful and warm!
Getting married outside the high wedding season has many advantages. The availability of your friends and service providers, the originality, the milder temperatures, and of course the lower prices will be assets for organizing your wedding .
A few months ago, we met with Aude Grosbois to carry out this beautiful shoot. We love autumn and the Scandinavian countries. Being both invested in eco-responsibility, we carried out this inspirational shoot as much as possible by choosing local service providers in an area south of Toulouse , in Eaunes.
When we arrive on the scene, a very autumnal atmosphere awaits us, with mist! The mist will disappear very quickly to give way to a superb warm autumn light! We are indeed lucky in Occitania to regularly experience very beautiful months of October and November.
Preparations for the bride and groom at the estate
The bride and groom’s preparations begin as the sun begins to break through the morning mist. This is a superb timeless moment before the excitement of the ceremony ! The photographs taken during these few hours are of great importance for the bride and groom. Indeed, they cannot participate in the preparations of their other half.
The bride and groom are yet to be seen in their outfits. They will soon discover themselves outside in a place near the ark prepared for their secular ceremony, on the island. Sophie, from behind, will be waiting for Julien who will arrive with his superb wedding bouquet in his hands. The bouquet, in dried flowers, matches Julien’s buttonhole and the decoration of the head table. The bouquet and decorations can then be kept after the wedding.
A magnificent secular ceremony before sunset
We carry out the couple session just before the secular ceremony of exchange of vows in order to preserve this complicit moment of discovery in photos! The couple session is a wonderful moment, without your guests, or you can let the photographer guide you. In general, it lasts a quarter of an hour, or more, if the agenda of the day allows it.
The ceremony is performed at the end of the day, and allows us to have a magnificent autumn light. Performing a secular ceremony just before sunset can make for great moments to capture in photos. Obviously, your guests will be less hot than during the afternoon.
Delphine has prepared a superb speech in their honor, with a superb symbol of infinity, like August 8, the date of their meeting. The newlyweds exchange their vows and their beautiful alliances.
Discovery of the head table, inspired by the Hygge trend
After this magnificent secular ceremony under the sign of love and infinity, the bride and groom head inside where we can discover the head table, carefully prepared Sourire d’Aubépine. Luckily, the day was superb and warm, but a wedding at the end of October can also be celebrated with less clement temperatures. For this, the decoration has been bleeding prepared with pretty winter plaids.
In this superb autumnal atmosphere set up by Sourire d’Aubépine, the bride and groom take their places for dinner, deliciously prepared by Skandi & Pergo. For this beautiful fall wedding, a hot drinks bar and hot chocolate have been made available for guests.
A big thank you to the superb team that allowed us to achieve this superb fall wedding! Without them, nothing could have happened. We hope this article has given you some ideas for getting married in the fall in Toulouse.
– Place of reception @iledetara
– Photographer @theluuxx
– Wedding Planner @audegrobois – Caterer @skandi_et_pergo
– Cake @un._jour._un._gateau- Wedding Designer @souriresdaubepine- Stationery – @encre.les.lignes
– Officiant – @delphine_wedding
– Hairdresser – @ mgdeventhairstyle- Make -up artist – @soabeaute
– Jewelry – @caroleetco
– Alliances @nvjoailliers
– Head jewelry @ledahlianoir_floraldesigner- Wedding dress @mesplusbellesoccasions- Costume @fatherandsonsofficiel- Officiant’s dress @lescometes.toulouse- Florist @influencevegetale- Bride – Sophie – @sofromy- Groom – Julien – @julienmerieux