Photo Credit: Anna Grace PhotographyFall is a breathtaking time of year in Maryland. Within minutes a sunset sky changes from blues and oranges to lavender, purple and pink. Pair this with the fall foliage in reds, golds, and oranges and you have a rainbow of color as a backdrop to your special day.Turf Valley's Catering Director, Jenny Betlejewski, loves fall weddings at Turf Valley, and has many tips for brides planning an autumn wedding.Fall is still a time to consider having an outdoor ceremony - but be ready with a fur wrap to take the chill off and pay attention to sunset times when scheduling your outdoor ceremony to ensure you still have time to take photos post-ceremony if you wish!Take a cue from the colors of the sky, trees and fields for your décor. Pumpkins aren't just for Halloween - they make a great vessel for flowers on the tables. Paint them and use them as signs, carve them and use for lanterns (a power drill with a variety of bits does this in no time), or perhaps use some small ones to paint your table number for guest tables. Mums and pansies abound, but you might consider some dried flowers and gatherings - dried hydrangeas turn a lovely shade of pale green and ruby red and lighted twigs and branches make a great statement in bunches on guest tables, patios, and flanking doorways.Photo Credit: [L-R] Google Images, Anna Grace Photography, Google Images, Google ImagesPhoto Credit: Google ImagesPhoto Credit: Google ImagesPhoto Credit: PinterestFor more wedding-related content, follow us on Facebook or Pinterest for tips for planning your wedding from our catering staff, wedding pictures at Turf Valley, and more!