• Past Issues of Adirondack Weddings
See also: Volume 2 | Volume 3 | Volume 4

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS: ADIRONDACK WEDDINGS VOL. 1

The debut issue of Adirondack Weddings, released in August 2011, made history as the first newsstand bridal magazine of the Adirondack region and won a 2012 Eddie Award, one of the publishing industry’s highest honors. What made it so great? Scroll down for a look at the table of content pages and a description of what’s inside.
    

    
Adirondack Weddings Table of Contents Volume 1
    
Adirondack Weddings Table of Contents Volume 1
    
Discover the following stories in our inaugural issue.

DEPARTMENTS

Answers:

{Our best advice on all aspects of wedding planning.}
Getting married outdoors? We offer more than a dozen tips on planning a beautiful outdoor wedding, no matter the weather.

Our Kitchen:

{Original recipes for bridal showers, engagement parties, and, of course, weddings.}
Learn how to make homemade tempura rolls and pumpkin soup hors d’oeuvres.

Outdoors:

{Unique outdoor activities for the happily betrothed.}
The hauntingly romantic story behind the naming of “Mount Jo,” a beautiful (and surprisingly easy-to-climb) Adirondack peak outside of Lake Placid.

Adirondack Pairs:

{See who’s tying the knot in our bridal announcements.}
Colleen & Adam | Plattsburgh, New York
Marcie & Peter | Plattsburgh, New York
Melissa & Stan| Queensbury, New York
Melissa & Brian| Port Henry, New York
Christine & Evan| Brant Lake, New York
Cody & Seth| Crown Point, New York
Cara & Justin | Moriah, New York
Nicole & Matt | Lake Placid, New York
Amy & Mathew | Altona, New York
(To announce your own engagement or wedding, visit Be in the Magazine.)

Happily Ever After:

{Meet a couple celebrating 50 or more years of wedded bliss.}
The story of a local couple who decided to marry just eight days after they met. Their whirlwind courtship has lasted 60 years—and counting!
    
Mountain Blooms | Adirondack Wedding Flowers
    

FEATURES

Ghost Town Romance

Mining history takes center stage in this bridal fashion shoot on location in the Adirondack “ghost town” of Tahawus.

Mountain Blooms

When composing a palette, the Adirondack landscape never fails to inspire. Choose the right flowers for your wedding with the help of our stunning photo feature.

30 Ways to Have an Adirondack Wedding

From iconic symbols to fresh ideas, check out our photo gallery for 30 details that are sure to make your wedding uniquely Adirondack.
    
How to Have an Adirondack Wedding
    

FEATURED WEDDINGS

True Romance

In each issue, we take an in-depth look at all the gorgeous details of the past season’s most beautiful Adirondack weddings in our “True Romance” section.

Patrizia & Benjamin | Lake Placid, NY
A Central Park proposal leads to a lovely Lake Placid wedding.

Renée & Timothy | Minerva, NY
A vintage-inspired wedding on the lake at a family camp in Minerva.

Sara & Kyle | Ausable Forks, NY
Rustic Adirondack details punctuate a gorgeous wedding overlooking Fern Lake.

Kristin & Adam | Upper Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake, NY
Scenic beauty takes center stage at an island chapel wedding on Upper Saranac Lake.

IN EVERY ISSUE:

Letter from the Editor
Behind the Scenes (The “ghost town” of Tahawus, New York)
Vendor Directory
 
Until they sell out, copies of Volume 1 are available here: on sale now! For a preview of what’s in the third issue, currently on newsstands, visit Current Issue.

    
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