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Tahoe Unveiled’s Weekly Juice!


This week on our sister site we got all giddy from two gorgeous weddings at Northstar & The Ritz Carlton, saw the beauty in tying the knot under a beautiful tree, were bowled over in laughter with hilarious & unique wedding images, and were delighted to see how blue glass centerpieces can be both vintage and glamorous.

I don’t know about everyone else, but I’m ready for Springtime! I can practically smell the fresh grass and juicy fruit of the upcoming summer months – I don’t know if I have cabin fever from all this rain or what, but I’m ready for a new season!!

 

Using varying glass bottles as a table centerpiece or table marker is a great conversation starter and the blue glass will photograph beautifully. The bottles you’ve collected will show the love you put into….click here to read the rest of the post!

 

Today’s glamorous affair comes straight from Northstar fairytale land with it’s amazing ceremony location, gorgeous couple, and…click here to read the rest of the post!

 

This absolutely gorgeous wedding has me thinking about Spring….bright sunshine, cold beverages, and warm weather are the perfect accompaniments to the season! This wedding has all of those lovely details and more…click here to read the rest of the post!

 

Outdoor weddings have endless possibilities – the decor is pre-set in the scenery and everything photographs with that perfect outdoor light.  And a ceremony under a big tree is the icing on the cake.  A large tree is a great point for…click here to read the rest of the post!

 

Over the last year, I have watched my roommate and her fiancé pore over hundreds of wedding magazines, myriad photographer websites, and through countless pictures on their friends’ Facebook pages…click here to read the rest of the post!

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