Get ready to be delighted by this vintage wedding in the woods. The Roxbury Barn is a magical place, with 100-foot tall pine trees that create a natural cathedral under which Jasmine and Lorne said their vows. This exquisitely designed wedding combines a charming woodland venue with urban chic details. Like any true-blue New Yorkers, the couple incorporated subway tokens throughout their decor (Lorne’s cufflinks were brass tokens), and embraced Nouveau-Deco elements wherever they could, using old posters, wrought iron furniture or brass. This fetching fete was perfectly captured by Kerri Lynne Photography.
Planning a Winter/Fall wedding in Colorado can be unpredictable, It was almost November, and Aubrey and Landon hoped to see snow on the ground, but there wasn’t much in Vail. However, like a sweet blessing on their marriage, tiny, perfectly-formed flakes began to float down just as Landon saw his bride for the first time. And Aubrey! Aubrey absolutely glowed in an Augusta Jones wedding gown from Anna Bé Bridal Boutique. Of course this smart mountain girl, kept cozy with a romantic vintage fur stole! The eco-chic florals by Vail Vintage Magnolia were so stunning and the entire day was captured by Amy Caroline Photography.
Jade and Matt married at Sugarboo Farms, a small farm in the Blue Ridge mountains in North Ga. Inspired by the Roaring 20s Jade wore a gorgeous gold beaded wedding gown and hosted a rustic dinner party for 100 of their closest friends and family. Although Jade and Matt were on a tight budget, they kept their core priorities at heart and had a heartfelt ceremony and reception, surrounded by their big families and closest friends. Leah And Mark Photography was on hand to capture every warm moment and lovely detail.
Max Patch is a gorgeous grassy bald in the Blue Ridge Mountains, offering 360 degree mountain views in southern Appalachia. For hikers on the Appalachian Trail, it marks the boarder between Tennessee and North Carolina. The bald mountain top is filled with nearly 350 acres of wide-open grassy land with lots of wildflowers in spring and summer. It’s really a perfect place for an engagement. Like many visitors to Max Patch, Katie and Tommy brought a blanket to fully enjoy and take their time enjoying the panoramic views. Planning an engagement session at Max Patch? Feel free to bring a picnic or bottle of champagne.
This gorgeous and classic Biltmore Estate wedding features beautiful vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains off the South Terrace of the Biltmore Estate and glamorous reception decor.
Brides Description of the Day: Our wedding day was truly a fairytale. From the exceptional venue to the horse drawn carriage to marrying my prince charming, it was more than I could have ever imagined. We went with neutral colors; whites, pale pinks, and a combination of silver and gold. The ceremony took place on the front lawn of the Biltmore Estate with a beautiful string trio. My dad and I arrived on a horse drawn carriage which was such a special moment for just the two of us. The guests arrived on trolleys. The bridesmaids wore strapless, long taupe dresses while the groomsmen wore tuxedos. After the ceremony our guests were able to tour the home while making their way to our cocktail hour on the terrace. The string trio continued to play at the cocktail hour while the wedding party and family finished pictures. We had a tented reception in the Italian Gardens. The tent was everything to me – fully lined with three stunning chandeliers and lighting throughout. We had a sit down dinner with exceptional service – the food was great and the wine was flowing! Then we danced the night away to an awesome band. One unique thing we had at our reception was a very talented woman who actually painted our reception. It turned out amazing and it’s so wonderful to be able to look back at that and remember such an amazing night!