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Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

We have several gorgeous real weddings featured in our newest issue, the Winter/Spring 2017 issue of Vermont Bride Magazine. Over the course of the next two weeks we will be giving little sneak previews of each wedding, with additional photos to the ones that are featured in the magazine itself. Each one is unique and beautiful in it's own way, and Jessican and Chris' wedding is no exception to that, with its bright and airy details like blush pink table runners and pink and white bouquets.

Jessica and Chris are the opposite of fussy-they wanted a wedding that was simple, inclusive, and above all, authentic. They wanted their family and friends to feel how important they meant and how they each played a role on their journey that led to their union. Every detail that went into their wedding had a personal touch and held special significance to the couple. To read more about their love story and to see more photos from their wedding, pick up your copy of the Winter/Spring 2017 issue now! Available in retailers throughout New England or for sale on our website here.

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

Jessica & Chris Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Rustic Barn Wedding in Essex Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine | Winter/Spring 2017 issue

featured professionals | PHOTOGRAPHER: BEN HUDSON PHOTOGRAPHY | VEIL: FIORI BRIDAL BOUTIQUE | VENUE: THE BARNS AT LANG FARM | FLORIST: STEPHANIE GUELDNER | CAKE: KATHY NILAN | CATERER: THE GREAT NORTHERN | RENTALS: VERMONT TENT COMPANY | GOWN: J. CREW | ALTERATIONS: LINDA'S SEW UNIQUE | HAIR & MAKEUP STYLIST: RACHAEL ROUTHEIR | FORMAL WEAR: J. CREW | JEWELRY: TICK TOCK JEWELERS | INVITATIONS: TALLY HO DESIGN | DJ: LUIS CALDERIN | FAVORS: BOYDEN VALLEY WINERYACCOMMODATIONS: HOMEWOOD SUITES | REHEARSAL DINNER: BLUEBIRD BBQ | OFFICIANT: REV. MICHAEL CASHMEN

 

 

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Diana and Warren were married on a beautiful summer day at Lareau Farm Inn, tucked away in the green mountains. The farm has plenty of rolling land, with a rustic Vermont barn and breathtaking views of the mountains as a backdrop. The path to the wooden chuppah was lined with mason jars filled with flowers and the guests sat on long wooden benches for the ceremony. Warren’s Dad officiated the ceremony, which was very intimate and family oriented. Afterwards, guests played croquet and corn hole during cocktail hour, and there was a fire pit for roasting marshmallows later on in the evening. Once the sky had darkened, Diana, Warren, and some of their guests lit off floating lanterns to end their incredible wedding celebration.

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Diana & Warren Real Vermont Wedding | Waitsfield Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionals | PHOTOGRAPHER: Photography by Mallory | MAKEUP ARTISTElizabeth England Studios |HAIR STYLIST: Jessica Murphy | VENUE: Lareau Farm Inn | FLORAL DESIGNER: Mother of the Groom | BAKERY: Sweet Simone’s | BAND: The Grift

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Pat used to live across the street from the bar that Liza worked at and after a year of prompting from friends and coworkers, they finally began dating. Eventually they bought a house together, moving in during the winter. Once summer came and the snow thawed, they discovered an idyllic creek in their backyard which quickly became their favorite spot to relax. One afternoon Pat went down on one knee right in the water and asked Liza to marry him. They then had an impromptu celebration with close friends, family, and lots of champagne making it one of their fondest memories of their engagement.

Since both Liza and Pat are native Vermonters there was no question that was where they would hold their wedding. Liza has a penchant for vintage and the Barn at Lang Farm had the perfect combination of vintage style and Vermont fee that they were looking for. With antique touches and incredible views of Camels Hump beyond the farm’s gardens, the couple were sold. Their vintage-meets-rustic theme featured a blush, navy, gray, and marsala color palette and included lots of homemade and vintage touches.

Liza had grown up swooning over her grandparent’s black and white wedding portraits and knew she wanted to incorporate them somehow into the decor. She collected wedding portraits from other family and friends and dedicated each table to a different couple. It was a special way to include people whose marriage had inspired them in their own relationship. They also asked certain family members to bring a special dessert- grandma’s homemade donuts, Jackie’s signature apple pie, and Katie’s macaroons-to create a homemade dessert spread that their guests are still talking about!

They tried to DIY as much as possible so that their personalities and style really shone through. From wine bottle centerpieces, made from bottles of wine they shared, to a meticulously curated playlist of music, Liza and Pat did everything together. In this way the fun-loving and happy couple were able to give their family and friends a truly unforgettable party.

Liza and Pat’s advice for other couples: “t’s easy to get caught up in excitement and the details, but don’t let it stress you out. In the end, your guests will remember the experience, not the font on your invitations. Remember that ultimately this is a celebration for the two of you, so it should reflect both of you. Don’t try to do everything yourself - you’d be surprised what your groom wants to help with.”

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Liza & Pat Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Vintage, Rustic Barn Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionalsVENUE: The Barn at Lang Farm | PHOTOGRAPHER: Colette Kulig Photography | CATERER: Bevo Catering | FLORIST: Centerpiece Florist | CAKE: Bride & Groom | GOWN: CB Couture | ALTERATIONS: Linda’s Sew Unique | FORMAL WEAR: Menguin | HAIR STYLIST: Liliana’s Hair | MAKEUP ARTIST: Beatriz Jarvis Makeup | INVITATIONS: Bride & Groom | JEWELRY: After Midnight Jewelers, Perrywinkle’s Fine Jewelry

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

Megan and Rick initially met at a cafe at the University of Vermont, but it wasn't until Rick invited Megan boating on Malletts Bay that they sparked a connection. Their engagement was picture-perfect, with champagne by the fire at the Von Trapp Lodge in Stowe, followed by a horse drawn sleigh ride at sunset where Rick got down on one knee in the sleigh and proposed. The couple already knew the perfect place to hold their wedding—The Tyler Place Family Resortwhich is owned by Rick’s family. Their guests were able to stay on the property in the resort's cabins, where they were greeted by welcome bags filled with Vermont organic products.

The Tyler Place Resort offered a beautiful backdrop to their celebration, which included an outdoor ceremony under an arbor, and signature cocktails and appetizers on the lawn. Their advice for other couples planning their wedding: “Keep it simple and don’t spend more than you can afford.  People will remember the good times and human interactions, not the expensive items littering your wedding site.

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rick & Megan Real Vermont Wedding Inspiration | Tyler Place Family Resort | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionals | VENUE, CATERING, FLORAL DESIGN, & SPA SERVICES: The Tyler Place Family Resort | PHOTOGRAPHER: TP Photographer, Zorin Furman | BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO OF BRIDE AND FATHER: Sarah J. Magistro | GOWN: Fiori Bridal Boutique | ALTERATIONS: Linda's Sew Unique | HAIR & MAKEUP STYLIST: Lauren Medard | FLORAL DESIGN: Flowers by Debbie | DJ & EVENT LIGHTING: 802 Events | INVITATIONS: Wedding Paper Divas | CALLIGRAPHY: Megan Dunbar, bride | CAKES & CUPCAKES: Sweetie Pies | MUSICIAN: Chris Hill, pianist | FAVORS: Vermont Organic Products | JEWELRY: Eaton's Fine Jewelry | WEDDING COORDINATOR: Jamie West | OFFICIANT: Judge Ron Kilburn

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

John grew up in Vermont, and his family still lives there, but Camila did not visit until 2014. She immediately fell in love with the warm hospitality of the people and the beauty of the area. When John and Camila became engaged they knew it was the place they wanted to have an outdoor wedding. After viewing several venues and not feeling that they were a right fit, the couple came across the Notch House online and were so impressed with the video tour of the property that they booked it without seeing it in person. When they were finally able to visit they were blown away with the beauty of Lake Willoughby and the surrounding town of Barton.

They chose a light pink with copper accents for a soft and romantic theme, and it was a priority that they involved their fur babies as part of the special day. It was a small and personal celebration with a focus on their families having fun and getting to know each other. With many family members traveling from out of state and even from other countries, it was truly a destination wedding!

Camila and John’s advice for other couples is; “Enjoy the day as much as possible because it goes by so fast!  Also, don’t sweat the small stuff.  Something will always go wrong in a wedding but as long as your significant other says “I do,” everything else doesn’t matter.  We often reminisce about our wedding and think it was the most amazing day ever!”

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

Camila & John Real Vermont Wedding | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionalsPHOTOGRAPHER: Letter10 Creative |TENT RENTALS: Northern Vermont Tent Rental | DJ: SuperSounds DJ Co. | VENUE: The Notch House | CATERER: The Farmhouse Catering | FLORIST: Spates Florist | ACCOMMODATIONS: Willoughvale | CAKE TOPPER: Anna Crafts | WEDDING GOWN: Love Couture Bridal | FORMAL WEAR: Men’s WearhouseHAIR & MAKEUP: Jessica Corey, Belle Lista Makeup Artist INVITATIONS: Sofia Invitations

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Despite several attempts by their friends to set them up, Rachel and Mike only knew each other as acquaintances for a few years. Finally at a bar in Washington DC on Saint Patrick’s Day, Rachel’s favorite holiday, they agreed to date. It was another of Rachel’s favorites- this time a place- where Mike popped the question. Outside the Plaza in New York City, Mike convinced Rachel to take a walk to the fountains. Rachel was convinced he was just trying to keep her from her favorite bar, but seconds later he surprised her with a ring. All she remembers after that is the cheering and flashing of cameras from nearby tourists.

Rachel attended Law School in Vermont and her family frequently vacationed in Woodstock. Since they both wanted a location that would feel like a getaway for their guests and themselves, Woodstock was the perfect choice. They also loved that all of the festivities were accessible just a few steps away from the front door of the Woodstock Inn.

Once their guests arrived they were able to park their cards and forget about needing transportation for the rest of the weekend. The Woodstock Inn was a great gathering space so their guests could relax, catch up, and then go out to pursue fall activities in town. It was hard to leave the Inn without bumping into one of their guests, which is exactly the way Rachel and Mike wanted it.

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

They had a color palette of navy, gold, blush, and silver. To incorporate silver into the table settings they used the bride’s family’s collection of silver. The light from the candles reflecting off of the silver all around the room created a beautiful, warm glow. They also represented Mike’s upbringing in New Hampshire and upstate New York by using a birch tree they cut down from his family’s property in New Hampshire. They used the birch tree for centerpieces, place cards, and candle holders. Mike even carved a design from their Save The Dates into the candle holders. Instead of having many smaller tables, Rachel wanted two large tables to have as many people sitting together as possible. Covered with blush colored tulle, there was one table representing the bride’s family and friends, and a second table representing the groom’s family and friends. 

Rachel and Mike worked together, making all of the planning decisions together, and trying to cut through all of the wedding clichés. Their families were also very involved with planning and executing the wedding. Rachel’s grandparents were unable to attend due to illness, but they took time out from their reception to FaceTime with them in Oklahoma. It ended up being the last time they would talk with her grandfather and they will always cherish being able to include them on their wedding day. 

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Some of their other favorite moments from the weekend include being able to have a final toast with friends at Longtrail Brewery on Sunday, where they were able to sit around and chat about all the memorable moments of the weekend. Also, their friends Kathryn Zaremba, who was Broadway’s Annie Warlocks as a child, and her husband Jeremy Ney, a classically trained pianist, performed for their first dance as well as the Father/Daughter dance and the Mother/Son dance.

Rachel and Mike’s advice for other couples:  “Determine what is important to you and then cut out the rest.  You probably won’t remember how much effort you spent on details that don’t matter to you or don’t reflect your personality.”  

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

Rachel & Michael Real Vermont Wedding | Woodstock Vermont | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionalsVENUE, CATERING, CAKE, ACCOMMODATIONS, HAIR STYLIST, AND SPA SERVICES: The Woodstock InnPHOTOGRAPHER: AMW StudiosFLORIST: Ellen Snyder Floral DesignCEREMONY: Our Lady of the Snows | DJ: Nick Karpovich of Conway EntertainmentWEDDING GOWN & ALTERATIONS: Anna MaierREHEARSAL DINNER: The Prince and the Pauper | STATIONERY: Kate Zaremba CompanyWEDDING REGISTRY: Simon Pearce, Tiffany & Co., Neiman Marcus

Cortney & Justin Mexico Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

As summer is winding down it may leave many of us dreaming of the beach and warmer weather. Perhaps this Labor Day weekend, even, you are traveling for one last hurrah at the ocean. So it seems fitting for us to share this warm and bright destination wedding that took place in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Under a stunning blue sky and amid the swaying palm trees, Cortney and Justin said "I do" on the beach, with barefoot bridesmaids and and sound of crashing waves in the distance. The beauty of the Azul Beach Resort only added to the tropical location and their friends and family enjoyed dining al fresco and then dancing the night away in celebration of their two families joining together.

Cortney & Justin Mexico Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Cortney & Justin Mexico Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Cortney & Justin Mexico Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Cortney & Justin Mexico Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Cortney & Justin Mexico Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionals | PHOTOGRAPHER: Aldabella Photography | TRANSPORTATION: DestinationWeddings.comVENUE, CATERING, FLORAL DESIGN: Azul Beach Hotel by Karisma | DRESS STORE: Blue Bridal Boutique | VIDEOGRAPHY: CaribePhoto | DRESS DESIGNER: Casablanca Bridal | HAIR STYLIST: Jennifer Voss-Pachello | TUXEDO AND MENS ATTIRE: Michael Kors | SPARKLERS: Special Events Mexico

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

With the help of a close friend in the jewelry business, John picked out a gorgeous Art Deco ring and even managed to sneak down to Courtney’s parents home in Rutland to ask for their blessing. The following weekend John moved in with Courtney, and surprised her with “one more box” to unpack-which was the ring! Both John and Courtney are native Vermonters so they knew their wedding had to be in Vermont. After looking at several locations they both fell in love with the Jackson Gore Inn. There was gorgeous views of the mountains, plenty of natural light, and the wedding coordinators made sure that everything was perfect.

Courtney is an avid skier so hosting the wedding at a ski resort made her feel right at home. John also appreciated the venues golf course and that there were many activities for their guest to enjoy while they were there. Courtney’s mother hand made the centerpieces out of vintage plates, teacups, and candlesticks. They were so beautiful that John and Courtney gave them away to guests, although it was hard to part with them! Another of the bride’s favorite details were the small sentimental touches in her gown/accessories.  Her “something blue” was a blue flower appliqué taken from her Mother’s wedding gown, and sewn into the inside of hers.  She wore a necklace that was made from her maternal Grandmother’s ring, and her “something old” was a handkerchief sewn by her paternal Great-Great-Great Aunt.

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

 

The groom had several favorite details including the cigar bar which featured vintage tins and decorations also made by the mother of the bride. Both of their mothers have Italian heritage, so we wanted to honor that by stocking the dessert bar full of our families’ traditional Italian desserts such as Jordan Almonds, Torrone, and Anginetti (Gennettes). Both John and Courtney are very family oriented. Both chose their siblings to serve as our Maids of Honor and Best Men.  They were both fortunate to have their Grandmothers in attendance as well.  Their ceremony was held in Courtney’s childhood church, and the processional and recessional music were the same songs that her parents walked down the aisle to 40 years ago.

A few of their favorite moments from the day;

  • A hilariously heartfelt and choreographed performance for the Maids of Honor speech. 
  • When they “stole away” to the upper floor of the round room and took a moment to enjoy each other and to watch all the guests rocking out on the dance floor.
  • Dodging raindrops while trying to get some great outdoor photos.
  • Serendipitously, the evening before the wedding, they were treated to a concert by the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and a huge fireworks display.  

 

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

Courtney & John Real Vermont Wedding | Jackson Gore Inn | Okemo Mountain | Vermont Bride Magazine

John and Courtney’s advice for other couples; “Try to relax and enjoy the process….it can be a very stressful, but also an extremely enjoyable fun experience.  Your wedding day will be a complete whirlwind, but you will find that most of the things you worried about, turn out just perfectly.  All that really matters is that your family and friends are there to surround you with love.”

featured professionals |  VENUE, CATERING, & ACCOMMODATIONS: The Roundhouse at the Jackson Gore Inn | PHOTOGRAPHER: Lili Boxer | FLORIST: Bloomers Garden Flowers | CEREMONY: Trinity Episcopal Church | MUSICIAN/DJ & PHOTO BOOTH RENTAL: Music that Moves You | CAKE: Michelle’s Sweet Creations | WEDDING GOWN: Stella York | FORMAL WEAR: Men’s Warehouse | HAIR & MAKEUP: Five Elements Salon & Day Spa | REHEARSAL DINNER: Table 24 | WEDDING OFFICIANT: Rev. Liam Muller | ENGAGEMENT RING AND GROOM’S WEDDING BAND:  Tick Tock Jewelers | BRIDE’S WEDDING BAND: Lang Antiques

Blush & Copper Wedding Inspiration | Farm to Table Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Copper is often overlooked for its cousins, gold and silver, but it offers a warm glow and lustre that is beautiful in its own right. Not quite as yellow in tone as gold, it has a deeper, somewhat richer quality. Soft shades of pink are the perfect foil to masculine copper, which is elevated to a state of romance and sophistication. Here they are paired with cherry wood and clean white accents to create a modern, organic palette the feels right at home in a lush Vermont landscape—complete with a farm field ready for planting.

Blush & Copper Wedding Inspiration | Farm to Table Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Blush & Copper Wedding Inspiration | Farm to Table Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

Blush & Copper Wedding Inspiration | Farm to Table Wedding Inspiration | Vermont Bride Magazine

featured professionalsPHOTOGRAPHY: Ashley Largesse Photography | RENTALS: Rain or Shine Tent & EventsSTYLING & DESIGN: Kate Dawson Events | VENUE: Cedar Circle Farm | STATIONERY: Christa Alexandra DesignsFLORAL DESIGN: Valley Flower Company | JEWELRY: Starling | MAKEUP ARTIST: Jennifer Perellie MakeupCALLIGRAPHY: Judith Browne Hand Lettering

Casablanca 2233 | Carnation | Blush Gowns | Vermont Bride Magazine | Fiori Bridal Boutique
Casablanca № 2233 ~ Carnation | Carnation is a strapless, form fitting, fit-n-flare gown that boasts a sumptuous combination of beaded and embroidered tulle over iridescent organza with sleek satin lining. The sweetheart neckline and sweeping train add a dramatic twist to this gown.

Blush is the rising star of wedding gown fashion with many of the top designers offering various shades of the delicate and feminine color as an alternative to the traditional white and ivory. Luxurious layers of tulle, lace, and satin are dreamy, delicate, and perfect for the bride looking for a gown that will make her feel like a princess.

All of the featured gowns are available at Fiori Bridal Boutique, in Essex Junction, Vermont.

Casablanca 2230 Lilac | Blush Gown Inspiration | Fiori Bridal Boutique | Vermont Bride MagazineCasablanca № 2230 ~ Lilac | Lilac is a flattering A-line gown with an illusion bateau neckline that follows the delicate curve of the collar bone, and is beaded front and back. Lace appliqués run the length of this tulle gown over satin lining and down onto the scallop lace train, while dainty buttons are sprinkled down the illusion back.

Stella York 6025 | Blush Gown Inspiration | Fiori Bridal Boutique | Vermont Bride Magazine
Stella York № 6025 | This flowing Stella York sheath bridal gown was imagined and crafted to provide an exceptional fit without sacrificing comfort . Constructed from breezy tulle and corded lace, it is completed with a Diamante-beaded belt that slims the waist – showing off your curves. The back of this bridal gown zips up under fabric-covered buttons for ease of use. Inspired by whimsy and romance, this gown would complete any beachside wedding.

Essence of Australia D2088 | Blush Gown Inspiration | Fiori Bridal Boutique | Vermont Bride Magazine
Essence of Australia № D2088 | This eye-catching Regency organza wedding dress from the Essense of Australia bridal gown collection boasts figure-flattering ruched pleating on its fitted bodice, a sweetheart neckline, a slimming dropped waist, and layers of flowing organza on its skirt and chapel train.

Justin Alexander 8825 | Blush Gown Inspiration | Fiori Bridal Boutique | Vermont Bride Magazine
Justin Alexander № 8825 | An elegant silk dupioni ball gown with piped neckline and waistline, full gathered skirt and pockets create simplicity at its best. The color is pearl pink.