10 Celebrations to Inspire your Elopement. Every elopement is so unique. I am particularly grateful to document these intimate occasions and be included and celebrate with my couples. “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
Gussie & Connor married on a gorgeous September day at her family’s home in South Hero, Vermont. The elegant wedding was full of luscious florals, fantastic speeches and beautiful moments. “I would have to say the most special moment of the day for me was taking the sunset pictures out on the rocks. All my nerves were gone and it was the first moment where Gussie and I were alone since being married!” – Connor
Annie & Billy’s elopement at the Inn at Shelburne Farms in scenic Shelburne, Vermont was a magical day filled with touching moments, gorgeous scenery and heartfelt vows. “The sky was painted in breathtaking hues of orange, pink, and blue, and the moon shone as a lonely sickle above the whisping clouds.” – Billy
Cecilia & Mo’s Fall wedding at the Bigelow Chapel at the Mount Auburn Cemetery was followed by an intimate dinner at Bondir Cambridge in Boston. Cecilia & Mo both have a background of architecture and design, and brought their artistic style to this chic and stylish intimate wedding.
Wells & Jeremy postponed their big wedding due to Covid, and opted for a chic micro wedding in the Boston Public Garden. “My favorite moment was when it all come together: to turn around and see Wells glowing with happiness, walking around and taking photos while strangers said “Congratulations!” through their own masks. It became really real and I couldn’t stop smiling.” – Jeremy
A romantic Yale Elopement in New Haven, Connecticut. “Our favorite and most emotional moment was when we revisited the exact spot where we took our very first picture together on our first date. All of our old memories together came flooding back to us and it was such a special moment to show how much our love has grown together since then.” – Nathan & Janice
This editorial was a dream! Lead by Jaclyn Watson Events, each vendor came together with a shared vision to create a chic modern wedding inspiration. The design of the editorial was based on a neutral palette, with a focus on black and dark gray as one of the main shades. A mix of dried florals, dyed florals (including the palm frond), and delicate blooms perfectly represented that mix of modern and chic style we wanted to explore.
You’ve just received that email you’ve been waiting for – the link to all your wedding photographs! But before you open that link to view the full gallery on your phone, here is a guide for the best way to view your wedding gallery. Here’s 8 Steps for How To Mindfully View Your Wedding Photographs
Answering all your questions about wedding albums and why you should enjoy your wedding photographs in a gorgeous, heirloom album – not just as your phone background.
6 Celebrations to Inspire your Spring Wedding. Out of the hibernation of winter, daffodils bloom and the sun shines longer. Spring fills me with rejuvenation and I love celebrating this time of year! “It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke
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Growing up in Vermont, a love for the Fall season is baked into my identity. I’m sharing 14 celebrations to inspire your fall wedding!
A neutral palette, with a focus on black and dark gray as one of the main shades.