Wells and Jeremy’s wedding at The Brick House at Shelburne Museum was a long-awaited celebration! The two tied the knot in a Boston Public Garden micro wedding in 2020 with their immediate families. This time around, they were eager to share the day with their friends and loved ones. I photographed Wells’ sister Tara’s wedding […]
Jenn and Brian had a luxury boho wedding at Topnotch Resort in the mountains of Vermont. Their team of vendors was exceptional and really brought their vision to life. After planning during the pandemic, the couple was so glad to celebrate with all of their loved ones! Black Tie and Boho Accents for a Summer […]
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!
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
Christina & Jim’s intimate Christmas Wedding at their favorite place to celebrate the winter season, at Sugarbush in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. They were the first couple to exchange vows at Allyn’s Lodge, a cabin on the mountainside only accessible by snowcat or chairlift! After a candle lit dinner with their immediate family, everyone got on their ski boots and headlamps and went on a night ski down the slopes! Watching a bride ski in her wedding dress was unforgettable and inspiring.
Eva & Elye’s floral filled adventure session in Craftsbury Common, Vermont.“I find my inspiration in nature– both in the wild woods and fields, and out in my garden. Ideas for color combinations and play of textures and shapes often come from chance juxtapositions of different plants at various life stages, that I see when I’m working in the garden or walking in the woods.” – Eva
Katy & Andrew’s beautiful summer wedding at the Lareau Farm Inn in Waitsfield, Vermont. The wedding was full of colorful locally grown flowers, emotional vows and speeches, romantic moments by the river, and dancing. “We are two individuals who don’t always know exactly what to say, but know how we feel for each other. Hearing those words brought a sense of peace to my heart, and I am forever grateful for those moments.” – Katy
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The invitation to their wedding featured an image of a cork from Robert Hooke’s 1665 book “Micrographia,” notable as the first book to show illustrations seen through a microscope. I’ve always been a bit of a bibliophile, so it was a particularly delicious moment for me when I was able to photograph their rings and invitation along with an original copy of this historic volume.
For other couples planning a wedding (or two), Rosy’s advises, “It is okay to be unconventional!”
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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!
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