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the Summer/Fall 2017 Vermont Bride !

132 pages of full-color, gorgeous wedding inspiration, design ideas, and information on Vermont’s finest wedding vendors! Color trends, decorating ideas, cake designs, new gowns from top designers, and more! Find the inspiration and resources you need to plan your perfect wedding.
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Issue No. 9 of the Vermont Bride Lookbook is now available!

Filled with gorgeous photos of the latest trends, fashions, and real weddings from Vermont. Our Lookbook is also a must-have resource for finding the best wedding professionals to assist you with planning the wedding of your dreams. From photographers, to florists, to venues, to travel agents, and more..


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Whatever you're looking for to plan your Vermont Wedding, we have the resources and inspiration to help you find it. Our complete Vendor Directory features Vermont's best wedding professionals and our Blog showcases real weddings, inspiration, and more. And when the big day is over, submit your Love Story to be featured in the pages of our magazine!

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There is nothing more inspirational than the real deal. Share your wedding details and love story with other couples and have it captured in the pages of Vermont Bride for a once-in-a-lifetime keepsake for your once-in-a-lifetime day!


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Patricia & Nicholas Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Country Wedding with a Barn | Vermont Bride Magazine

How and Where did you meet? Nicholas and I met back in High School- The first time we dated Patricia was 18 and Nicholas was 20- we were smitten with each other telling everyone we would marry all our family said it was just puppy love- as typical teens we broke up. A couple years later we dated again then dated long distance while Patricia was in Utah again we broke up. Lived life separately without any communication for nearly 9 years. Then a Facebook message changed that- Patricia Messaged Nicholas December 11, 2012 to see where and how He was. He actually responded- at that time I was living in West Palm Beach Florida and Nick was in Vermont with now a son; Evan he was 6 year old. He later would fly and we would reunite, truly 3rd time is a charm! We hit it off, almost like we never lost that connection and our love was still there. I moved back to Vermont and we moved in together July 13, 2013. By Dec 08. 2013 we found out we were pregnant creating our family! 

What was the proposal like? After our daughter was born July 27, 2014 I was still wondering when will he propose? I gave him some guidelines- not on my birthday, not on a holiday and not in front of family or strangers! LOL Dec 18, 2014 Nicholas got on one knee and asked me if I would be by his side for the rest of our lives! He started celebrating I then asked would he like to know my answer LOL I said yes! MInd you I was just literally holding our daughter after nursing her and was getting us ready to visit santa in the Mall for a photo- so he totally caught me off guard. 

Patricia & Nicholas Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Country Wedding with a Barn | Vermont Bride Magazine


Trash The Dress Inspiration | Florida Beach and Ocean Trash The Dress Photo Shoot | Vermont Bride Magazine

Clint and Bonnie, a newly wedded couple, drove straight from Idaho all the way down to Ponce Inlet Lighthouse Park in Florida to have this amazingly gorgeous trash the dress photo shoot with Our Day Wedding Photography. With the sandy beach, foamy waves, and a stunning sunset - this was an truly magical location to have fun and let loose for some great photos. Here are some words from the Bride; “My husband & I fell in love a little more, after an evening on the beach, smiling, kissing, staring into each others eyes, holding stunts and kisses that made us laugh, all while our amazing moments where being captured, to be memories we’d cherish forever.” Her advice; "While being photographed at the sea shore, don’t seek for perfection, relax & enjoy each other and your beautiful surroundings. The rest will fall into place, the wind will tangle your hair, into a tousled mess, the sand will cover your toes, your handsome husband will get a slight workout as he holds you tight in his arms above the waves, & it’s possible your fourteen hundred dollar dress may get wet. Yet it’s all worth the beauty, the love felt & the memory made."

Trash The Dress Inspiration | Florida Beach and Ocean Trash The Dress Photo Shoot | Vermont Bride Magazine