Sarah Anderson had been marrying people for about a year and began to see a trend in people moving away from larger, elaborate weddings and opting for smaller and more impromptu ceremonies. She had many couples call her while visiting the valley who had decided to get married on a whim, so she wanted to offer a creative solution for couples looking to tie the knot in a unique way. Pop Up Weddings are becoming popular because you can have something fun and adventurous but don’t have to compromise the quality of the day.
Chantilly Lace Events stemmed from Lacey planning her own wedding, and then decorating the weddings of family and friends. Since then, they have done more than 200 weddings in 5 years!
They’ve got you covered, from decor and design to planning and implementation. Their passion is to ensure that a couple’s personality shines through on their wedding day! They have a variety of service offerings including, full-service decor, floral design, rental items (such as centrepieces, linens, etc), day-of coordination, and full planning.
The barn at Ticklebelly Hill has been standing for at least 150 years making it the perfect rustic wedding destination.
Bates Barn in Long Point, New Brunswick has a rich history rooted in New Brunswick farm culture. The family operated a farm in Rural New Brunswick that included fruits, vegetables, a roadside market and beef cattle.
One of the joys of having a local magazine is that you get the inside scoop on local vendors. Today I present, for your consideration, the hotel I stayed in for the Big Day (and night). Not even sponsored. Just real talk.