Married in the Blue Ridge Mountains

26 Jan

Married in the MountainsA mountain wedding is one of my favorite types of weddings! Having attended college at Western Carolina University, there will always be a special place in my heart for the beautiful Smokey Mountains and I feel blessed every time I get the chance to go back!

Merrymaking Events was lucky enough to be part of this wedding, held in the mountains, on the Georgia / North Carolina Line…. anyone ever heard of Hayesville?
With personal touches, lots of family and friends, and a beautiful NC Mountain setting… this wedding was just beautiful! Held on a beautiful piece of property that had cabins for rent… the ceremony was just steps away from where the guests were staying. The reception was made up of tables set with different family patterned dishes, making it a warm and shabby-chic feeling! Homemade jam sat at each setting to be given as a favor… everywhere you looked you saw the personal touches that truly made it an event to remember!

What was my favorite part? Watching all of the children play in the nearby “creek,” the couples dancing and the bride and groom smooching… just how a lazy wedding afternoon should be!

We enjoyed our weekend in Hayesville, NC…
Married in the Mountains

Married in the Mountains

 

Kat Kestler
Owner & Consultant
Merrymaking Events

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