If you’re getting married in Lynchburg, you’ve never had more options than you do right now. Venues are popping up left and right, and there seems to be no end when it comes to talented vendors who can help you realize all your wedding day dreams.
In our 2019 wedding issue, you’ll find features focusing on the art of the wedding cake, as told to us by two local bakers, and how social media has influenced a new generation of floral designers; an extensive venue list featuring grand ballrooms, rustic barns and everything in between; and a list of local wedding trends — from doughnut carts and cookie trays to a private last dance and a twist on the “first look.” We also went behind the scenes with local catering company Avenue Foods as they worked a recent wedding.
We hope this helps as you plan your nuptials, or, if you’re already hitched, has you feeling nostalgic for your big day.
It should come as no surprise that social media has become the go-to source for weddings.
There are lots of opportunities for personalization at your wedding, from flowers to cakes to décor.
Almost every celebration in a person’s life involves a cake, but few hold the importance of the wedding cake.
GOODE — Amid the din of activity inside the ballroom of Glass Hill Venue, Cissa Willman stares out the windows as the clouds roll closer on a …
If you’re getting hitched in Lynchburg or one of its surrounding counties, you’ve never had more options than you do right now.