A curated selection of 5 handmade items from Etsy, carefully selected especially for mountain brides. This week we have an adorable selection of stamps to help you personalize your mountain wedding invitations and favors.
This adorable engagement session on the Blue Ridge Parkway, captured by Fox and Owl Studio, is the perfect mixture of fun and romantic. Pattie (the Bride) and Andrew designed that beautiful ring in the next picture. In Patties own words, “It represents A little bit of me and a little bit of him, my great grandmothers diamond and a touch of quirky. It is absolutely perfect!” Read more about this sweet and fun-loving couple below.
Todays Blue Ridge Parkway engagement comes to you from Revival Photography. Ashley (the bride-to-be) is the artistic one. She’s always laughing, and loves people. Nicholas is the analytical one. He’s a debater, but he’s also a “goof ball” who can always make Ashley laugh. Ashely and Nicholas choose the magnificent Blue Ridge Parkway with it’s sweeping mountain views and secret, woodland groves for their engagement session.
This darling mountain wedding in Breckenridge, captured by destination wedding photographer Kristin Partin, features a sweet mix of homespun and preppy details. Jana + Black chose a mountain destination that was meaningful to them (Jana used to live in Breckenridge), and they incorporated DIY and handmade details to make the day truly special. See Jana’s wedding planning advice below.
So you want to jump on the bandwagon of tradition and save the top tier of your wedding cake for your first anniversary.
And you’re wondering how to do that.
My sage advice? Don’t.
You never ate anything a year old out of the freezer before, why start now? It’s not going to taste good. And is this how you really want to celebrate your anniversary? By choking down stale, dry, freezer-burnt wedding cake after a romantic dinner. Yeah. That will really get everyone in the mood.
OK, snobbery aside. Here’s what you do if you want to save the top of your wedding cake.Continue Reading