‘Tis the season to be snuggling in a little more with your sweetheart.
The chilly air makes you want to spend time together with your sweetheart. The autumn makes you want to snuggle under blankets together or walk hand-in-hand clad in flannel and cozying up to a fire.
Fall is such a beautiful season to get married. Now that you’re already married and celebrating your anniversary, you may be wondering what some fall anniversary ideas are. Well, we’ve got you covered with some lovely fall anniversary ideas.
So let’s get ready for sweater weather and grab a cup of tea cause here are eight things you can do for your fall anniversary.
Go Apple Picking in an Orchard
One of the most fall-ish kinds of activities you can do — apple picking! Apple picking is such a great fall anniversary idea because it’s a little old-fashioned but super sweet and surprisingly fun!
You can get an entire bushel of apples that you picked yourselves (and at a pretty reasonable cost too). You’ll be baking together for days, so start getting together those apple recipes because apple picking is genuinely the perfect fall anniversary date.
Attend Some Fall Fairs or Festivals
For an easy-going and fun fall anniversary idea, check out to see if there are any fall fairs or festivals in your area.
Head over to the county fair with your partner to check out the giant pumpkins, sample some pies, and even join a baking contest. There are fun games that you both can participate in, with loads of prizes you and your sweetheart can win.
Flyback in Time with a VidDay
Time to get cozy and take a walk down memory lane with this fall anniversary idea. Gather together some blankets, fairy lights, candles, and something warm to drink cause you'll be going to take a little flyback in time.
Create a video montage of your favorite moments during your relationship. Add in photos from the past and amazing videos of your sweetheart. Then, watch the video together to bring you back in time and perhaps some tears of joy too.
Go on a Hayride in the Countryside
Are you looking for a fun fall anniversary idea? Of course! It's time to hop on a hayride and enjoy the autumnal scenery with your special someone. Just make sure allergies aren't going to be a problem because if you have some, you may get a little sniffly.
You might even be able to find a haunted hayride — oh my! It's the perfect Halloween-ish anniversary idea, with scarecrows, pumpkins, and fright or two. So cuddle up together on a magical hayride.
Pick Pumpkins at a Pumpkin Patch
This fall anniversary idea is all about finding the perfect pumpkin to bring home! So go to a pumpkin patch to find that perfect pumpkin that's growing in the wild.
Extend this fall anniversary idea into a pumpkin carving contest. Get two pumpkins, one for you and one for your sweetheart, and start carving away! Then judge to see who made the best pumpkin. And don't forget to enjoy some pumpkin pie while you're at it!
Watch a Spooky Movie Outdoors Together
What says Halloween more than a spooky movie? A fall anniversary idea is watching a scary film outdoors together. So get out those blankets and get ready to cuddle as you watch a movie under the stars. While you're watching a scary movie together, you can scream and hide your eyes under a cozy blanket.
Our spooky movie favs:
Blair Witch Project
A Quiet Place
Go on a Fall Hike With Beautiful Fall Foliage
One of the go-to fall date anniversary ideas for couples is hiking. Of course, a hiking date is always something fun in all seasons, but it's extraordinary in fall.
This is the ideal time of year to go hiking as the temperatures are typically perfect for working up a sweat. And the leaves look beautiful along the trail. And don't forget to bring some food to have a little picnic along the way.
Get Lost Together in a Corn Maze
Corn mazes are super fall. It's such a fun fall anniversary idea to go and get lost in a corn maze together! If you can visit a haunted corn maze, it's even better. This is perhaps the ultimate in fall anniversary ideas for couples, and it's pretty easy to find a corn maze in most places!