Springtime Wedding

Not even rain nor chilly temperatures can put a damper on a High Country wedding — it’s beautiful here year round, every season, in the Blue Ridge Mountains. We’ve got the real weddings and expert advice to prove it in the 2020 edition of All About Weddings, our award-winning wedding guide.

If pictures are worth a thousand words, our stunning photo spreads of High Country weddings are overflowing with inspiration for your big day, from the décor, florals and cake styles to the fashions, ceremony rituals and reception itinerary. Our contributing writers and local wedding pros have plenty of advice for you, from health and beauty, to wedding ring and gown trends, to planning for all weather scenarios — and even anniversary gift ideas.

We love to help couples find their vendors and vendors find their customers! Special thanks goes to our advertisers and our contributing photographers for helping us create this beautiful publication. All About Weddings is based in Boone in the heart of the High Country, and we are proud to promote the talented network of people who orchestrate awe-inspiring, unforgettable mountain weddings.

We hear that fall has surpassed summer as the most popular time to wed — but I have to say, I’m especially loving the springtime weddings we feature in this issue, with treescapes dappled in chartreuse green; cascading roses, peonies and bridesmaids’ dresses in pale pink and mauve; dreamy mountain mists; and yes, even a little rain!

In winter or summer, spring or fall, a High Country wedding will top them all.

Anna

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