Rustic mountain lovers, have I got some inspiration for you! Glamour & Grace is a member of Aisle Society (if you aren’t using it for your wedding planning, go sign up right now!), and back in the fall during New York Bridal Fashion week I had the privilege of being a part of Aisle Society’s 2nd annual party, the Aisle Society Experience presented by Minted. Aisle Society is a hub of wedding inspiration of all styles from all over the world, so we wanted to create an experience that showcased our amazing diversity. We created 6 distinct wedding designs and I was so excited to be with the handmade mountain wedding vignette.
For our handmade mountain wedding design, we wanted to bring the warm cozy comforts of the mountains to NYC. With the help of Make It Posh Events, we designed an autumn woodland ceremony scene in a neutral color palette filled with natural wood stumps, tons of candles, and handmade details. The wheat wreath ceremony backdrop was my favorite detail! Mountain scene projections by DJ Jacob Towe brought the whole look to life. We created lavender toss bags with the help of Minted and of course, no fall mountain wedding is complete without a snuggle station! Our sweet flower girl’s “Here comes forever” sign was handmade, inspired by our amazing invitations from Minted! Did you know that Minted sells ribbons too? I was in love with these velvet beauties!
Created by | Aisle Society | Planning | Make It Posh Events | Photography | Angela Cardenas | Stationery & Decor | Minted | Candles | 100 Candles | Projections | DJ Jacob Towe | Linens | Nuage Designs | Hair & Makeup | MG Hair and Makeup | Bouquet | Lindsay Rae Design | Wedding Dress | Marlo Ford | Menswear | Menguin | Lapel Pin | Emici Livet | Flower Girl Dress | Judith Bridal House | Ring | Susie Saltzman | Desserts | Little Booboo Bakery | Location | Zen House
Be sure to add these Aisle Society blogs to your Society: Glamour & Grace, The Budget Savvy Bride, Mountainside Bride, Apple Brides, Rocky Mountain Bride