Brett and Anna, both New Englanders and lovers of craft beer, made frequent ski trips to Vermont when they first started dating and knew it would be the perfect place to bring their friends and family for a crisp fall wedding. The couple has a love for outdoor adventures and after a few years of dating decided to quit their jobs in Boston, travel throughout New Zealand for three months while living out of a van before settling out west in the beautiful state of Colorado. The adventure-seeking couple wanted their wedding to reflect their love of the great outdoors so they incorporated in leather, velvet, and wood. The used leather ties around the bouquets, boutonnieres, maple syrup favors, and escort cards. Anna wore the most beautiful velvet bridal shoes while Brett sported a monogrammed wood tie clip and cufflinks. Their escort cards included maps of the places they love to spend their time. The couple also incorporated in a German Wedding Tradition of Log Cutting during their ceremony. The event represents the first obstacle the couple must work together to overcome. After the log cutting, the couple asked their guests to sign the saw as their guest book.
I couldn’t have been more excited to photograph their day at the beautiful Inn at Round Barn Farm. There are so many background options for portraits at this venue, including beautifully manicured gardens, stone walls, weathered outbuildings and a field of cows that gives it that Vermont vibe.
Anna and Brett, you two were so much fun to work with and your affection for one another is apparent in the way you look at one another. Your vibrant personalities and smiles are infectious and I wish you both many years of adventure together! Thank you for letting me be a part of your day!!
Venue: The Inn at Round Barn Farm
Florals: Bumble Root Organic Farm
Stationery: Paper Culture
Entertainment: The Grift
Wedding Gown: Karen Willis Holmes
Wood Tie Clip: Etsy