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For many brides, the spring and summer months are when they plan their weddings, but others prefer to be wed during the colder months.

If you're like me and adore the fall, then you’ve probably dreamt up what the ultimate fall wedding would look like. Warm tones, falling leaves, and apple cider are just a few things that could set the scene and provide that sought after cozy feeling.

Fortunately, for all the Lubbock brides out there, there are some beautiful venues here in the Hub City. Whether you want it to be outdoors, in a chapel, a barn, or surrounded by natural light, all of these things are available at a variety of venues.

Here are five Lubbock venues that would be perfect for any wedding (but especially a fall wedding).

Spirit Ranch

This rustic venue has a variety of options depending on your wedding size and preferences. If you're looking for an outdoor ceremony in the trees, Spirit Ranch is a great choice.

Bella Vie

Bella Vie is great for those looking to have an indoor wedding with plenty of natural light. They have an option for large or medium-sized weddings, depending on what you need.

Kitalou Gin

This venue also provides a very rustic feeling with their indoor area in the gin. Kitalou Gin is also located near downtown Lubbock, so it's close to anything you might need in the city.

Eberley Brooks

If you’re looking for a barn or chapel wedding, Eberley Brooks might be the spot for you. They have a variety of packages so you can mix and match your experience to best fit your needs.

The Willows

Last but certainly not least, The Willows is another great outdoors option. With a beautiful garden, this venue would make for some wonderful photos and a memorable experience.

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