The summer wedding season might be over, but that won’t stop couples from tying the knot during the Fall and Winter seasons. Off-season weddings offer unique advantages, like cooler temperatures and Fall foliage photo opportunities. Whether you are attending a wedding or planning one of your own, check out our list of favorite wedding destinations.

Key West, Florida – What’s better than key lime pie, pristine beaches and stellar sunsets? Trick question! Nothing.  With sand sticking between your toes and a palm tree swaying overhead, everyone will be able to share the best seat in the house for the big day. Excluding hurricane season, Key West’s clear skies and warm weather make it a perfect destination year-round.

Cashiers, North Carolina – Tucked away in the Appalachian Mountains, Cashiers is a charming upscale village marked by manicured estates, rolling hills and a quaint downtown district. Breathtaking scenery and rustic elegance combine to make Cashiers a picture-perfect spot for a fairy-tale wedding in the mountains.

Palm Springs, California – A playground for celebrities, Palm Springs boasts five-start resorts and world-renowned golf courses. From the customer service to the venues, brides will appreciate the touch of elegance entwined in nearly every detail of the desert city. With lush greenery and snow-capped mountain backdrops, you might even forget you’re in the desert!

Martha’s Vineyard – A known favorite among celebrities, the island has now become a popular choice among the remainder of the population. A trip to Martha’s Vineyard offers a luxurious getaway for both the couple and their guests. The exclusive island boasts seaside elegance and historic charm – making Martha’s Vineyard an ideal location to tie the knot.

Galveston, Texas – Southern charm meets historic preservation on this barrier island located on the Gulf Coast of Texas. With more than 30 miles of beaches and a selection of charming hotels, Galveston offers an assortment of both indoor and outdoor venues for couples preparing to tie the knot. Boots optional, of course.

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