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Cheryl & Scott | 10.4.2013

Cheryl and Scott were wed on a gorgeous autumn day at the West Monitor Barn in Richmond. Their wedding theme was “giving back” which showed through in every aspect of their wedding. The venue fees from West Monitor Barn, home of the Vermont Youth Corps, go to the kids. Cheryl wore TOMS shoes (for every pair purchased one goes to a child in need) and many of the vendors, including ourselves, donated a portion of their fees to one of three nonprofits. Overall a beautiful day full of love, group hugs and a great party to end the night – and our fall wedding season! Congrats Cheryl and Scott!

Catering & Dessert: Barefoot Gourmet
Flowers:  One Fine Day (Steamboat Springs, CO)
DJ: Super Sounds
Hair & Makeup: Fontana & Company
Bar Service: CVB Catering (Finnegan’s Bar, Burlington)

Molly & Dave | 9.21.2013

We returned to the White Rocks Inn Bed and Breakfast for Molly and Dave’s late September wedding. It was unusually windy, but it died down just in time for a beautiful ceremony with a view of Otter Creek Valley. We really enjoyed hanging out with these guys on their big day. Congrats, Molly and Dave!

Kristin & Jason | Engagement

Kirsten & Alex | 9.14.2013

Venue: Mountain Top Inn
Florist: From Maria’s Garden
Cake: Cuisine Lucette
DJ: DJ Smac (Scot MacMillan)
Ceremony Guitarist: Alan Wilson

Tally & Brendan | 9.14.2013

Tally and Brendan were wed on a gorgeous September day at one of our favorite locations, All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne. Highlights of the day included golden light-filled toasts and first dances, vegan s’mores by the fire, and an impressively choreographed dance-off to Intergalactic by the Beastie Boys during the late-night fun. These two were amazing to work with, congrats Tally and Brendan!

Catering: BEVO
Cupcakes: Takes the Cake
Rentals: Vermont Tent
Music: Wedding DJ VT
Flowers: In Full Bloom
Second Shooting/Assist: Isaac Wasuck