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14 Fall Weddings to Inspire your Celebration. Growing up in Vermont, a love for the Fall season is baked into my identity. The changing leaves, golden light, Halloween, sweaters, apple picking, and the comfort of building an evening bonfire to stay warm as the nights cool down – it’s my favorite season!

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Couple ascends stairs at historic brick house at shelburne museum vt

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

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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

Anemone and feather bridal bouquet by Nectar & Root

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Ryan & Leah married on a fall day in Shelburne, Vermont. They hosted an intimate gathering at Ryan’s family home, with Vermont Tent Company supplying a beautiful sailcloth tent and decor and to create an amazing backyard wedding. Leah got ready at Hotel Vermont in Burlington, before meeting up with Ryan at historic Shelburne Farms. “As soon as we said “I do” and put the rings on each other’s hand we both felt an overwhelming sense of happiness. At that point, we felt like we could really celebrate our life together.” – Ryan & Leah

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Tara & Paul tied the knot on September 2, 2017 at Shelburne Farms, a National Historic Landmark known for its 1900s Gilded Age architecture and sweeping views of Lake Champlain.  Tara explained, “We wanted to share this beautiful place with everyone we love and care so much about. Shelburne Farms is simple and breathless at the same time.”The style of the buildings, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and their integration into the landscape inspired the bride to create an elegant and timeless wedding.  “It was very important to highlight nature in both the ceremony and reception spaces. We did so with lush greenery, beautiful florals, gold accents, and romantic candle light.”

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