When you think autumn, what are the first things that come to mind? Beautiful views, colorful foliage, cozy fireplaces and intimate evenings with close loved ones? That’s exactly how to describe Kristen and Will’s wedding in Vermont at the Marble House Project. Combining classic New England aesthetics with quirky and artistic details, they teamed up with planners Ehmann Events to create a modern wedding day that perfectly honors their adventurous relationship.
The couple wanted natural colors with architectural clean lines. Down-to-earth food, with beautiful tablescapes to serve it on, were a major priority once we got into the planning details. K + W’s wedding venue was a crucial part of their wedding equation. It’s equal parts cozy, historic, and meaningful. Though they kept things crisp and white for the ceremony, K + W brought in warm Fall color to the reception. Vermont Tent Company and Classical Tents were responsible for the furniture and specialty rentals respectively. The wedding cake was a naked rustic one, topped with fresh berries.
The bride was wearing her glorious Andrew GN gown. The motif of green flowers on a background of pale blush is so unique, and the heavy fabric looks perfect to keep her warm on a cool autumn night. The traditional all-white dress can symbolize a clean slate or blank canvas but the bride wanted to acknowledge the adventure-filled life they’d already spent years building together and celebrate their life ahead. So she considered colored prints only. As K said herself, Nectar and Root perfectly balanced New England style with modern, minimalist design. This all white bridal bouquet is the perfect example of that with white dahlias, zinnias, scabiosa and snowberry. The bridesmaids were wearing mismatching fall-colored dresses and jumpsuits. Get inspired!