Fall weddings in the south have my heart! I’m so excited to share Hannah-Grace and Hunter’s stunning Schoolhouse Venue wedding with you.
Schoolhouse Venue looks the most beautiful during the fall season. The exposed brick walls and vintage hardwood floors complement the natural beauty of the property. I love that you can dress the space up or down based on the vibe for your wedding. And the two separated levels of the venue make the transition from ceremony to reception totally seamless.
Hannah-Grace and Hunter’s fall wedding at Schoolhouse Venue was the perfect mix southern charm and peak autumn colors. The venue’s historic aesthetic was the perfect backdrop for these two to become one! I also want to share some of my top tips for amazing wedding photos here.
Tips for Amazing Wedding Photos
- Invest in a Skilled Photographer: Choose a photographer whose style aligns with your vision. Look at their portfolio, and discuss your preferences to ensure seamless collaboration.
- Prioritize Lighting: Whether indoors or outdoors, optimal lighting is key. Plan outdoor ceremonies during the golden hour for a soft, warm glow. Ensure your indoor venue has ample natural light or lighting setups.
- Communicate Expectations: Clearly communicate your expectations with your photographer. Share your must-have shots, preferred angles, and any specific cultural or personal elements you want to highlight.
- Capture Candid Moments: Some of the most treasured photos are often unplanned. Let your photographer capture candid moments of joy, laughter, and love. Showcase your personality through your celebration.
Thinking about having your own Schoolhouse Venue wedding? Keep scrolling through for more inspiration. And a huge congratulations to the new Mr. & Mrs. Mullinax!!
Venue | Schoolhouse Venue
Hair | Chelsea Freeman
Flowers | Jo-Mars
Music | Carolina Music Planner
Caterer | Southern Way
Cake | Danielle Potter
Ready for more? Check out Michael & Lauren’s Gassaway Mansion wedding next!