It’s technically still 2016 for a few more days, but let’s be honest — if you’re like me, you’re already dreaming of what the local wedding and events industry has in store for 2017. Today brings the first snow of the season to the High Country, and, as much as I love a good, fluffy snow
This wedding is the definition of gorgeous! Beautiful people, beautiful mountains, beautiful details and beautiful photography. What’s not to love? Allie Henderson and Jason Chiklakis tied the knot high atop the Blue Ridge Mountains in Blowing Rock, North Carolina at Westglow Resort and Spa, which was constructed in the early 1900s as the summer home
Planning to attend the High South Event Professionals annual holiday party on Dec. 6? Before you go, get to know the venue — Whispering Waters Farm. Read about this unique property and come check it out with us at the holiday party! (Story comes from our sister publication, High Country Press.)
The cool, crisp feeling of fall weather made it just in time for the October edition of the High South Event Professionals’ monthly group meetings, which drew a great crowd out to enjoy dinner and drinks at Valle Crucis Vineyard. Our team was there on behalf of HCP and our annual High South Weddings magazine,
Hound Ears Club rolled out the red carpet for the local wedding pros on Monday night for the monthly get-together of High South Event Professionals, the network of experts behind the jaw-dropping events that happen around the High Country every year. We joined this booming industry and the community behind it when we began work
Read More About Overlook Barn Katie Elder and David Schumann started their journey to find a perfect wedding venue after he popped the question in November 2014. They toured a piece of family property at her father’s request and found a diamond in the rough high atop Beech Mountain in Avery County, North Carolina. After renovating
It’s warming up here in the Blue Ridge Mountains after a long, cold winter. Brides across the Southeast have been using our 2016 edition of High South Weddings to prepare for the upcoming wedding season, and we’ve been hard at work to keep the inspiration coming. The slow-drifting snows and chilly temperatures of winter in
The High Country’s own Leatherwood Mountains Resort was recently named one of 22 Editor’s Picks for mountain venues in the nation by WeddingWire.com, an online guide for helpful information on vendors across the country.
This heartwarming wedding took place high in the hills of Avery County, North Carolina at the breathtaking Banner Elk Winery. Cricket and Duran’s wedding experience featured a weekend away with loved ones, a beautiful outdoor ceremony and a lot of sweet personal touches, and it all began with a sunset engagement photography session on the
FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE HIGH COUNTRY The rolling hills of a private property in western Watauga County, North Carolina made the perfect backdrop for this shoot, complete with a restored 1860s farmhouse off in the distance.