Every October, the hills of Berkshire County erupt in a symphony of red, orange, and yellow, casting the region in a warm glow. It’s this scenery—coupled with the unrivaled collection of festive barns, Gilded Age mansions, and plush inns and resorts—that make a Berkshires wedding unforgettable. “There’s just something magical about these rolling hills, these storybook forests,” says planner Tara Consolati, who runs the Berkshire Wedding Collective, a consortium of local vendors. “Every nook and cranny of our region is steeped in history and culture.” Take, for example, North Adams’ Mass MoCA, a 19th-century factory complex turned contemporary-art museum. Want to tie the knot in front of a 114-foot-long Clifford Ross photograph? Or perhaps a maze of Sol LeWitt murals? The building’s rotating exhibition galleries are your oyster.