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Sarah + Bill: Fall Forest Wedding

 

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When planning their big day, Sarah and Bill ditched traditional pomp and circumstance for the warm and natural setting of Maryland’s Catoctin Mountains.  They featured harvest-inspired hues like bold pink, creamy ivory, and rustic orange in the venue decor. Understated floral arrangements and simple embellishments of satin ribbon kept focus on these two soulmates during the celebration. Read on for more gorgeous shots of this wedding day in the woods!

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The Beehive Cocktail

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As we move from the golden days of summer into the crisp nights of fall, it’s only right to sip on an appropriately autumnal cocktail. That cocktail is the Beehive. This drink strikes the perfect balance between sweet and spicy by combining fiery ginger with floral honey (plus a hefty amount of bourbon).  The Beehive is refreshing enough to enjoy while tailgating and potent enough to swig beside a bonfire. Our secret ingredient is Tippleman’s Ginger Honey Syrup, crafted in small batches to bring your homemade cocktails to the next level.  Grab a bottle here, follow the recipe below, and get buzzed!

 

How To Make the Beehive
2 oz bourbon
3/4 oz Tippleman’s Ginger Honey Syrup
3/4 oz lemon juice
ice
chilled ginger beer
lemon peel for garnish

Add all ingredients except ginger beer to a cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain into a chilled glass. Top with ginger beer and twist lemon peel over drink. Cheers!

Chloe + David: Vineyard Wedding

 

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September is coming up fast which can only mean one thing, it’s fall wedding season! We’re kicking off autumn with Chloe and David’s glorious harvest celebration at Delaplane Cellars. The effortless beauty of their chosen venue, along with a few sophisticated touches, ensured that their special day was as good as gold.

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Maple Old Fashioned Cocktail

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There’s a chill in the air and leaves are crunching under your feet, fall is in full swing.  Now all you need is the perfect autumnal cocktail to sip on during these cool evenings.  Well, we did a little researching for you and found the perfect fall drink: the maple old-fashioned.

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Pie Bar Setup

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Tired of tiered cakes and cupcake displays as the go-to desserts for big events and weddings? Not that we don’t love a good cake or cupcake, and the nod to tradition. We love a good fluffy baked treat with silky frosting and creamy ganache, especially when topped with an inspired decoration. But sometimes we like a little something different, too, especially for a more rustic, vintage, or comfortable, homey vibe—and what’s better for that than warm, flaky pies?

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Fall Harvest

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We were excited about getting cozy for autumn a bit early this year, but now that our calendars tell us it’s officially fall, we couldn’t be happier. One trip to the farmer’s market or down a windy road through the woods, and it’s easy to be reminded of our favorite thing about the autumn season: color! Bright, vivid colors in every hue, everywhere you look. Fall harvest is always bursting with flavorful food in reds, yellows, oranges, greens, and purples—and our gardens and trees are following suit. The season of plenty is perfect leading into the end of the year’s entertaining season, and we are certainly eager to indulge in color and flavor for our holiday plans.

Photo credit: Casey and Aurore Maxon

Cozy Autumn

Cozy Autumn

It may be a bit early to get excited about getting bundled up and cozy, but with these cooler evenings, we can’t help it.  We have so much in store for fall this year, and we’re getting started by creating our cozy autumn color collection.  These warm reds, browns, and navy tones are muted by a soft cream, and are sure to get you in the mood for cooler days, too.  Stay tuned for more autumn buzz on the blog.

We’ve curated a collection of “cozy autumn” items in warm tones.  Shop the collection.

Photo credit: Casey Maxon and Aurore Joigny