Arriving on Saturday, July 7th at the Resort at Sunnyside was almost as breath-taking as the drive through Emerald bay and the west shore of Lake Tahoe. The resort sits on a beautiful stretch of water with the restaurant and bar overlooking the boat launch area. The units are comfortable and inviting. Each one has a panoramic view of the lake where you can watch sailboats glide accross the water and see the power boats come and go. As we walked into the brides room, there was a buzz of excitment in the air. We were welcomed with open arms. The girls were polishing their nails and the bride was lounging in her robe sipping a mimosa. Everyone was ready to become more beautiful. As we finished with each of the girls, they would slip into another room and put on there dresses and return to model and chat with the rest of the group. All eyes were on the bride as she slipped into her wedding gown. With a wonderful look in her eyes and a smile on her face it looked as though she was ready to take on her new life.
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The Beauty of Edgewood is driving down the windy narrow road, lined with pines and coming out to a clearing to find a beautiful rock building, with beautiful, blue Lake Tahoe behind it.
Once entering the foyer and climbing up the stairs you enter a big, open inviting room. You can come and sit by the firer place, belly up to the bar. You are made to feel like you belong.
Once in one of the party rooms North or South room, or the restaurant, you can’t miss the spectacular view of the lake. Looking over the lake in all directions you see beautiful white caped mountains.
Be ready to be served by well trained and friendly staff. The food is exceptional and presentation is eye candy.
If you are a bride that wants to be pampered and have beautiful memories of Lake Tahoe, this is the place to make them come true.
As the bride when you first arrive you will be escorted to the brides room, where you can collect your self and start enjoying your bridal party . You will be served a glass of champagne and a plate of scrum shish cheese and crackers and Chocolate covered strawberries.. Enjoy and feel the excitement when it’s your turn to walk down the isle to greet your new husband. This is your fairy tale wedding come true.
My favorite place is outside of the North room, where they have a beautiful outside area overlooking the lake. The picture of the bride and groom holding hands and saying “I Do” . And with the lake in the back ground and blue skies and water splashing in the background is spell binding. What a picture it will make!!!
Arriving at this double lot with a grand house and guest house was breath-taking. This was a perfect place to bring a whole bridal party. No hotels or motels, just bring in your suitcase and relax.
We entered to the guest house to find the bridal party, ten of them, plus the Mom’s having brunch. We went into the master suite which had a grand sitting area in front of a huge picture window looking out over a meadow. It had plenty of room for our team to set up our styling area giving us ample room to pamper the whole group. While we created chignon magic, the girls started reminiscing about childhood memories, stories of high school days and laughing about college pranks and odd professors. The hair styles we created that day came out so beautiful due to the fun and stress free atmosphere. During our adventures, the photographer arrived and started taking photos to capture all the memories. The bride had been hoping for snow and it started falling as he arrived. So, some of the pictures captured the festivities indoors as well as the beauty of Tahoe in winter. It all went so smoothly that we finished nearly forty-five minutes ahead of schedule. Yet we had so much fun it seemed to go by even faster. We had so much fun together that the bride insisted that we come by Edgewood. We promised that we would try to stop by and apparently timed it perfectly. We walked onto the terrace just as the ceremony was concluding and watched through the picture window as the bride and groom said their “I do’s “.