If you plan a fall wedding in Washington, DC, Maryland, or Northern Virginia and want to be outdoors for any portion of the wedding day, consider choosing a wedding date before Halloween. From experience, the temperature starts dropping into the 40s and 50s where it is too cold for guests to be outside for long periods of time. As a wedding planner, we always discuss what to do if the temperature is too cold to be outdoors without heat. For our client’s micro wedding in Leesburg, Virginia, we were able to take advantage of the warmest part of the day to take photos of the bride and groom, and their wedding party and families outdoors. But for the ceremony and reception, we had to move indoors so that guests were more comfortable. All photos by Vesic Photography When the flower girl didn’t want to walk down the aisle, her Dad stepped in and did a great job tossing those flower petals in preparation for the bride. Duck Donuts – the best kind of desserts for a weddingThe groom and his family brewed their own beers and wines so they gave their guests their homemade blackberry wine as a party favor Production Team Wedding Planner: Event Accomplished, Arlington, VA Wedding Venue: Riverside on the Potomac, Leesburg, VA Indian Food Caterer: Bollywood Bistro Dessert: Duck Donuts Photography: Vesic Photography Floral Design: Nana Floral DJ: Bryan George Music Services Hair & Makeup: Bridal Hair and Makeup by Goli Henna Artist: Naseem’s Henna & Arts Transportation: Point to Point Limousines Tables, Chairs, Tablecloths, Napkins: Sammy’s Rental, Manassas, VA Guest Hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites Leesburg, Leesburg, VA For more inspiration on micro weddings and Indian fusion weddings, take a look at our blog archives.