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12 Celebrations to Inspire your Summer Wedding. Summer is the season of color, fireworks, cool beverages, dancing, celebration and enjoyment of the outdoors.

Couple ascends stairs at historic brick house at shelburne museum vt

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Wedding couple embraces in front of new york public library fountain in the spring with yellow bouquet

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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7 Celebrations to Inspire your Winter Wedding. From a Christmas Eve elopement in Vermont to snowy shores of a lake to Switzerland, winter is a magical time of year to get married! “Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.” ― Edith Sitwell

Winter Solstice elopement on Charlotte Beach in Vermont

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Anemone and feather bridal bouquet by Nectar & Root

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

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Thirst Coconut Water is based in Burlington, Vermont and produces one of the most refreshing beverages around! I actually drank this coconut water the morning after our wedding, when I was feeling a bit depleted after staying up into the small hours of the morning, and it absolutely revived me! “We get our coconut water from Brazil and freeze it the day it is harvested so it maintains the thirst quenching delicious qualities we love so much about it!” – Liz

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Hannah & Ross’s intimate fall wedding at Starry Night Cafe in Ferrisburgh, Vermont was full of personal touches and nods to mythology, the Lord of the Rings, and the beauty of the Vermont landscape. “What mattered to us was having a really great day that we’d always remember and closing it out with good food, drink and friends!” – Hannah & Ross

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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.

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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

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7 Sessions to inspire your engagement or pre-wedding session. An engagement or pre-wedding session is a fantastic way to celebrate your love! Once you’ve booked your session with me, we will chat about what places and spaces you connect with as a couple, and then we will come up with a plan for the day! I travel all over for my work, so I’m happy to plan a session abroad, at a gorgeous waterfall, NYC, the place you first met or anywhere that is exciting to you!

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Alana & Kyler’s summer engagement session at the Rose Gardens at Elizabeth Park in Hartford, Connecticut was full of bountiful florals. “There are over 15,000 rose bushes and 800 varieties of old and new roses in the garden. Featured are hybrid tea, climbers, hybrid perpetual, and floribunda, shrub, and pillar roses, among others.”

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