Located in Portland, Oregon Serving North America (including Canada and Alaska) west of the Rockies and abroad I’m Erin, the owner, planner, and designer of Due West Event Co. I started Due West after years in the wedding industry is various capacities and noticing couple after couple feeling stressed and discontented on theirwedding day. So I […]
There are so many details that go into planning a bride’s big day. So much work is put into the invitations, jewelry, florals and more and we’re sure you’ll want photos to remember those special details. Here are 10 tips and items for brides to consider putting aside for their photographer to photograph on their big day.
Located in Abilene, Texas Serving mainly Texas and New Mexico locations, but will also travel elsewhere! Hey ya’ll! My name is Taylor Kountz, owner of Blackbird Photographs. Growing up on my family ranch, I’ve always been drawn to the Western lifestyle, and over the years I’ve grown a love of photographing it. I’ve since transitioned this love […]
Fall is upon us! We wanted to put together a list of the top 5 fall wedding trends that we are seeing become more and more popular. Whether you can find a way to incorporate this into your day this fall, or are already planning for next fall, we hope that these give you some inspiration! And if nothing else, allows you to look at the gorgeous wedding shot by For The West and Wild!!
We are excited to announce our bridal hat line with Warbonnet Hat Works! They have beautifully created three hats for our WWM community. These hats range from over the top to simple and classic and can be worn on your wedding and long after. When we dreamed of one day creating a hat line, we […]
By Western Wedding Magazine + Morghan Ruggles Tie the knot in these custom Teal Blake ties! Teal Blake is the epitome of western art. If you love western artwork or old western prints, guaranteed you have come across his nam or his father’s. Teal comes from the western side of the Rocky Mountains in Montana […]
ver the next couple months, we’re going to talk with y’all about the timeline of your wedding day. We know whenever you start planning that it’s difficult to figure out when your ceremony should start, when you should exit, when you need to get to the venue to get everything done.
Just because you become a fiancé doesn’t mean you stop going on dates…. unless you’re engaged to a cowboy during shipping season… or calving season… or branding season… futurity season… or hunting season… but you get the picture!
We want to encourage you to take time off from all the busy seasons and wedding planning and go on dates together! And what better time to have fun date nights than in the fall??