April 2016

 Image by  Joy Davis Photography

Image by Joy Davis Photography

Today we’re enjoying Liz’s beautiful bridal session, compliments of Joy Davis Photography. Equipped with a bouquet of wildflowers and plum-colored wedges (perfect for trekking the fields of Candlelight Farm in Lenoir), Liz gathered up the hem of her beaded gown and posed for sweet shot after shot showing off her effortless bridal style. Seriously, this girl makes chicken coops chic! 

Photographer: Joy Davis Photography

Makeup: Bryn Makeup Artistry

Gown: Allure Bridals from South’s Specialty Clothiers

Bouquet: Grouse Moor Catering

Hair: Changes Salon 

 Image by  Ellen Gwin Photography  

Image by Ellen Gwin Photography  

Spring is in the air thanks to this blushing wedding at The Inn at Crestwood! Every beautiful image by Ellen Gwin Photography showcases what a sweet celebration Terry and Brian’s High Country wedding was. From Terry’s soft pink beaded gown to the darling flowers by Fuschia Moss Floral Design to the bubble recessional (love it!), every bit of this wedding is putting a big smile on our faces! 

 

Photographer: Ellen Gwin Photography

Venue + Catering: The Inn at Crestwood

Florals:  Fuschia Moss Floral Design

 Image by  Common Dove Photography

Image by Common Dove Photography

TGIF, y’all! To celebrate the weekend, we’re showing off Bridget and Shane’s gorgeous engagement session by Common Dove Photography. This good lookin’ couple spent the day in downtown Blowing Rock and Moses Cone snapping beautiful portrait after portrait in the winter High Country sunlight. We love how just a few outfit changes added so much variety to the images, but there’s nothing sweeter than Bridget’s little brown paper wrapped bouquet! What a perfect accessory! 

Photographer: Common Dove Photography

 Image by  Joy Davis Photography  

Image by Joy Davis Photography  

It might be April Fool’s Day, but you can trust us when we say that this Southern wedding is positively delightful! Taylor and Matt married at River Run Farm in Banner Elk which boasts over 30 acres of pristine High Country fields, vistas, and a half mile frontage of the Watauga River. The natural autumn colors of the venue worked well with Taylor’s vintage style including plum colored bridesmaids, baby’s breath bouquets, and, cowgirl boots! Our favorite detail from this Joy Davis Photography affair, however, would have to be the mint colored ceremony doors marked with a hand painted sign reading “Give Me Your Forever”. We’ll wait while you Pin that to your Pinterest boards… 

So get your weekend started right with this dreamy High Country wedding!