Winter 2016 C-VILLE Weddings: On stands now!

Photo: Cramer Photo Photo: Cramer Photo

The latest issue of C-VILLE Weddings is on stands now. Here’s what you’ll find inside.

This issue’s feature: Pretty in pink!

Pantone’s 2015 color of the year might have been marsala, but these four brides were forward thinking when they incorporated a version of the 2016 pick, rose quartz, into everything from décor to attire.

It’s clear they knew one thing other brides didn’t: When it comes to your big day, it’s best to look at things through rose-colored glasses.

Photo: Cramer Photo
Photo: Cramer Photo

Married and bright
Custom prints inspire punches of magenta.

Laura and Alex dated eight and a half years before getting engaged, then waited another two and a half years while they saved up for the wedding and while Alex dealt with a testicular cancer diagnosis (he’s in the clear now). “We’re definitely best friends, which I think is one of the most important elements of a long-lasting relationship,” Laura says. Photo: Katelyn James Photography
Photo: Katelyn James Photography

Berry good idea
Rich tones lend rustic chic vibes in Lexington.

Photo: Ron Dressel Photography
Photo: Ron Dressel Photography

In the fuchsia
A Mount Ida wedding gets a bold pop of color.

Photo: Cramer Photo
Photo: Cramer Photo

Like a rose
A soft palette heightens the romance.

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