PR – New Wedding Art Book from Local Publishers

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (October 2014) – Charlottesville Wine & Country Weddings, a high-end wedding publication like no other is coming soon from Ivy Publications, the award-winning publishing firm that has earned the respect of the community for over 15 years. Launched with an exclusive party at King Family Vineyard in October 2014, this uniquely beautiful, curated art book about the elegant country weddings in Jefferson’s Virginia has been created in answer to the growing popularity of Charlottesville as a destination-wedding location. Guided by the lovely and nationally acclaimed photographer Jen Fariello, who is acting as Consulting Creative Director, Ivy Publications has envisioned a beautiful wedding book that resonates with the artistic vibe of Charlottesville.

Charlottesville Wine & Country Weddings will inspire couples as well as top event planners across the nation from New York City to Beverly Hills. With exquisite imagery of the region’s romantic landscapes and an exclusive look into the world of Charlottesville’s talented wedding artisans, each of the perfect-bound copies of this lovely art book will receive the highest attention to detail. From the stunning photography and inspiring design to the artfully refined uncoated paper and special distribution methods, Charlottesville Wine & Country Weddings will embody beauty and luxury, bringing together the best of print, social media and aesthetic.

Pre-orders will be accepted and copies will be available statewide at select retailers including boutiques, vineyards and Barnes & Noble Booksellers.

For more information: Ivy Publications at 434-984-4713

From Ivy Publications, publishers of Charlottesville Wine & Country Weddings, an art book celebrating elegant country weddings in Jefferson’s Virginia; CharlottesvilleFamily, a monthly parenting magazine with a calendar of Charlottesville festivals and events plus stories on education, health and family fun; the Charlottesville Welcome Book, a guide to attractions like Monticello, vineyards, the University of Virginia as well as a relocation handbook; and the Healthy Living Directory, an annual directory of the area’s conventional, complementary, and integrative medical and wellness practitioners.

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