Mountain Wedding Round-up + Blogger Love

Big Mountains + Big Love

hand made bunting, quilled hearts, and cake
Emily Heizer via Sparkle and Hay

Lots of lovely and varied mountain weddings around the wedding blogosphere as of late. In case you missed them, check out here. Also a big pat on the collective back of bloggers who participated in the For Japan with Love campaign. It was an amazing success, raising over $55,000!

Beachy Lake Tahoe Wedding

Sparkle and Hay featured a Lake Tahoe wedding with an etsy-infused wedding with a distinctly beachy vibe. How appropriate for the Mountain Sea.

beachy handmade Lake Tahoe Wedding
Emily Heizer
via Sparkle and Hay


Winter Wedding Style Shoot in the Canadian Rockies

Style Me Pretty features a lovely style-shoot shot by Orange Girl Photography at Emerald Lodge. You remember that cute-as-a-button camp wedding in the Canadian Rockies? It was at Emerald Lodge Here it is in the winter. Gorgeous!

winter mountain wedding styled shoot
Orange Girl Photography
via Style Me Pretty


Classic Rustic Wedding in Colorado

The Knotty Bride offered up some classically rustic flavor with a Winter Park, CO wedding.

rustic colorado wedding with brown and blue details
M David Media
via The Knotty Bride


Elegant Colorado Wedding

And last, but certainly not least, couple of my most recent favorite photographers, Adam and Imthiaz captured the details of an elegant Colorado wedding featured on Style Me Pretty. Check Hindsight Bride next week for an engagement session captured Adam + Imthiaz Photography!

elegant colorado mountain wedding
Image from Adam + Imthiaz Photography via Style Me Pretty


For Japan With Love was a smashing success

So by smashing, I mean the original fundraising goal was blown away. Actually, it was surpassed by a thousand fold. Utterly Engaged and  Ever Ours raised over $55,000 for Shelter Box, a non-profit that provides emergency shelter, and supply kits for families affected by disasters. This is from the For Japan with Love donation site on First Giving.

Each large green ShelterBox is tailored to a disaster but typically contains a disaster relief tent for an extended family, blankets, water storage and purification equipment, cooking utensils, a stove, a basic tool kit, a children’s activity pack and other vital items. A whole box costs $1,000 (US), so we're hoping to raise enough to send 5 boxes.

I am just beside myself with amazement and pride for the wedding community. Instead of being able to send 5 boxes, we are able to send 55! And when I say we, I mean the hundreds of wedding, craft, lifestyle, and fashion bloggers who donated.