It's Indian Summer here in Northern California with temps in the high eighties yesterday.  Most of the country though is on the precipice of Autumn, leaves changing, chillier afternoons and the smells of baking cinnamon and apple.  Fall weddings can be just so cozy--indoors or out.   Meet Libby, our Fall Bride from the Veiled editorial we ran just before New Years.  She is wearing silk taffeta and longer sleeves out of a stretch silk,  a great conductor of cold despite the lace being sheer (aren't these new fabrics amazing?).  Her tulle veil is the most popular length for brides . . . fingertip and as a bride I wore one something like this and can tell you it didn't get in the way or tangled when I maneuvered through my day of days.  Love her bouquet?  It's made out of yellow roses and Japanese Maple leaves . . add a few berries the closer you get to November . . . . stunning.

Photo by Piximage
Gown and veil by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride
Hair by Kao Vey
Makeup by Necia Whitmore