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    50 Fall Date Ideas for dating, engaged, & married couplesConfessions 50 Fall Date Ideas50 Fall Date Ideas  Domestically BlissfulAugust 23, 2015
    Love suffers long & is kind; love does not envy;
    love does not parade itself, is not puffed up;
    does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked,
    does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth;
    bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, Love never fails.

    thinks no evil; endures all things.
    1 Corinthians 13:4-8 
    I love fall so much. To me fall is the beautiful golden
    pathway to a sparkling white Christmas.

    And since I begin celebrating Christmas at the beginning of November (dare I admit the end of October),
    I make it a point to start fall early too.

    Even though it is not yet labor day fall has fully fallen upon our little home.
    And since I am a full believer in dating my spouse I thought it might be fun to share with you
    some fun & festive fall date ideas.
    Yes, I am naturally very cheesy & quirky. Yes, I enjoy every minute of August through December 31st.
    So without further ado, here are 50 Fall Date Ideas for dating, engaged, & married couples.

    1. Drive around with your favorite fall drink searching for the most beautiful fall trees.

    2. Rake a pile of leaves & jump in them.

    3. Find the most perfect pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.
4. Bake a pie or lots of mini fall pies.
5. Create your own festive fall test tasting game by driving to local coffee shops & 
bakeries tasting all of their fall specialties & rating them.
6. Surprise your special someone with a fall inspired dinner, such as pumpkin ricotta gnocchi & 
7. Visit your local state park.
8. Go to the grocery store together & buy ingredients to create your own one-of-a-kind homemade soup.
9. Make homemade hot apple cider.
10. Go hiking somewhere new.
11. Explore a corn maze at night (it can be a bit scary & romantic).
12. Go apple picking.
13. Go on a camping trip (recommended for married couples).
14. Throw a football party just for the two of you with special snacksdrinks, & desserts.
15. Visit Dollywood.
16. Build a bonfire & roast s’mores. 
17. If you don’t have a place to make s’mores, make s’mores indoors.
18. Paint a picture of fall together.
19. Bake Pumpkin Brownies.
20. Snuggle under a blanket & watch the Chronicles of Narnia series (a fall tradition in our family).
21. Drive through a park & enjoy a picnic in your car on an extra cool fall day.
22. Soak up all of the end of summer sales & clearances & get a jump start on the holiday season 
by going Christmas shopping together (yes I already have a few presents hidden in our home).
23. Visit Gatlinburg TN.
24. Carve a pumpkin or two.
25. Go to your closet & pull out everything you didn’t wear last fall & winter, 
then take a mini trip to a local goodwill & donate your items to charity, 
& end with date idea number 5, 9, or 26.
26. Make homemade hot chocolate.
27. Cuddle up in a blanket next to a roaring fire & read to eachother.
28. Watch the sunrise over the golden fall leaves.
29. Go on a hayride.
32. If you are in school & love football spend a Sunday together studying during commercial breaks 
& quizzing each other during halftime.
33. Go to the grocery store together & buy your favorite dried & canned goods & 
drop them off at a food bank.
35. Create your own fall song or jingle about FALLing in love.
36. Grab your cameras & go exploring for the perfect fall shot.
37. Go Christmas tree shopping (yes we buy ours before Thanksgiving).
38. Create a Thankful Tree.
39. Spend the day exploring a new town & enjoying all of their local fall fair.
40. Create a shared fall bucket list (for many fall seasons to come) & 
mark at least one thing off the list each season.
41. Go to Hobby Lobby. (Seriously, we both have fun looking at the fall & 
more so the Christmas decor).
42. Go to a football game or football practice.
43. Enjoy a picnic in the park under a bright orange & red tree.
44. Dress up in formal attire, attend a classical concert or opera, then stop at a local coffee shop 
& share a hot beverage & festive dessert.
45. Go to a fall festival or fair.
46. Bike ride through a forest of fall trees & stop for a picnic lunch.
47. Watch the sun set over the fall trees, snuggled under a warm blanket, sharing your 
favorite fall drink.
48. Make caramel apples with your favorite toppings.
49. Go horseback riding through the falling leaves.
50. Take a mini fall road trip & don’t be afraid to put away the maps & get lost in the beauty of fall