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Neha & Umer Bollywood Inspired Vermont Mountain Top Engagement

Neha & Umer chose to have their engagement session at one of my favorite places in Vermont, at the top of Mount Mansfield, the highest point in the state! Classic Vermont, the weather ranged from cool clouds swirling around us to bright sun, giving us a sweeping view of the landscape far below.

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Sarah & Tom's Romantic Edelweiss Inspired Backyard Vermont Wedding

“Immediately after our first look and private vows, the winds picked up, they skies turned grey and there was rain on the horizon (the forecast had called for sun and zero percent chance of rain). The next couple of hours were a rollercoaster of emotions and decisions. At first, the radar looked gloomy and as though the storm wouldn't pass for a while. The decision was made to move the flowers and "stumpaltar" from the ceremony field to under the tent. The groomsmen were tasked and they graciously - without complaint, in the pouring rain - moved everything themselves. Tom, our parents and some close family friends were carefully watching the radar carefully. They calmly walked in to the room full of bridesmaids to tell me that, unfortunately, we were going to have to do the ceremony under the tent. I was surprisingly cool, calm and collected. I took a swig of Whistle Pig and said "ok!". “ - Sarah

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Jessica & Jordan Vermont Treehouse Elopement

“There really were many factors that went into why we decided to elope. Ultimately it just felt right for us. Being able to focus on each other, our commitment to each other, and just enjoying the company of each other on this special day was amazing. I will cherish how I felt on that day forever.”  - Jessica

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Dylan & Pilar's Intervale Center Burlington Vermont Wedding

"There was one moment where we were walking back from taking pictures and just got to see all of our closest friends and family just laughing, drinking and eating in the barn and I felt very lucky. It was so surreal to be able to share this moment with all of them." - Pilar

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Hard Cover Photo Albums

Curling up together with a beverage and a hard-bound book honoring your wedding is pretty spectacular. In a digital time period, I'm all about the tangible. All albums are linen bound, with your names engraved on the front with the date and location on the spine. The pages lay flat, so there's no warping when viewing the photographs. 

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Bill & Vicki's New Years Eve Elopement

"Our wedding plans to elope from our home state of Maine were in place early in December. But where to go? Who should we invite? How will we capture the memories of our special day? There’s something about Vermont. The magnificent family vacations on Lake Champlain. The memories of working in Burlington. Lifelong friends and stories only they would understand. A winter wedding in Vermont on New Year’s Eve? The perfect plan." - Bill & Vicki

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Sara & Dan's The Inn at Manchester, VT Wedding

"I think our only regret is we wish we had eaten more cheese during cocktail hour!" - Sara

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Molly & Alex's Autumn Champlain Islands Wedding

"Alex and I met in September so the fall has always been a special time of year for us.  This is what inspired us to choose a rustic fall themed summer camp wedding in The Champlain Islands.  The camp had little cottages located along Lake Champlain that the guests stayed in.  The leaves were just slightly starting to change color, however it was somehow 80 degrees. The ceremony took place overlooking the lake with mountains as the backdrop.  The dining tables were decorated with lanterns, pumpkins and leaves to give that autumn feel and the hall of the camp had a canopy of lights over the guests as they danced the night away.  We ended the evening with a bonfire on the beach. " - Molly

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Maggie & Charlie's Mount Mansfield, Vermont Engagement

Mount Mansfield is the highest point in Vermont at 4,395 ft and is one of three spots in the state where true alpine tundra survives from the Ice Ages. As you walk along the ridgeline, you are also walking on The Long Trail, the oldest long distance hiking trail in the US. 

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