Penny and Will’s Wedding at Wolf Mountain Vineyard

Penny and Will met at a wedding in Penny’s hometown of St. Simons Island, GA. After dating long distance for two years, the couple moved to Atlanta and got married in the north GA mountains a little over a year later.

Read about Penny and Will’s Wedding at Wolf Mountain Winery as featured on Eco-Beautiful Weddings

Real Wedding: Bethany and Chad

The bride and groom, English teachers who met while working at the same school, chose to hold their wedding at daybreak because of its undeniable symbolism. “We loved the idea of the rising of the sun as a metaphor for a fresh start,” says Bethany.

Bethany and Chad Wedding Photos and Story
featured in Martha Stewart Weddings

Beth and Robert – A Wolf Mountain Vineyard Wedding

Southern Wedding of the week, from Southern Weddings Magazine. Read their story and view photos.

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Non-traditional Wedding Dates: Is Sunday the New Saturday?

Saturday may be the traditional day to tie the knot, but Atlanta venues say local brides are starting to think outside the box. They’re starting to see an influx of weekday and Sunday ceremony requests!

In Dahlonega, Wolf Mountain Winery & Vineyards owner Karl Boegner says that in addition to Sunday weddings, he’s recently seen another wedding “day” trend: weekday weddings.

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Other Area Links

Georgia Wine Tours provides day trips from metro Atlanta to Wolf Mountain Vineyards and other Georgia wineries.

Official Dahlonega Website
Information about places to stay, and other things to do in Dahlonega