After months of summer weddings I find myself re-energized by fall weather and fall wedding flowers! Jess and Emmet were married last Saturday at Grand Isle Lake House on a beautiful almost-fall day. After a string of rainy days a perfect, sunny wedding day greeted us and then was followed by another string of rainy days! This bride and groom majorly lucked out as far as weather goes! Sue was at the Lake House on the day of the wedding to see to all the details for the couple and Spencer Leonard photographed their big day.
I took a few bouquet shots in my studio. The bride’s autumnal bouquet included orange callas, leonidas roses, orange and red spray roses, yellow freesia, crocosmia, white lisianthus, feverfew, geranium foliage and fresh mint.
The attendants wore apple red dresses and carried bouquets of snapdragons, rover mums, roses, spray roses, freesia, callas, geranium foliage and rosemary. The men wore boutonnieres of red and orange spray roses with safari sunset and accents of rosemary.
Dave got a nice shot of the Grand Isle Lake House while I set up the arbor.
He also got a shot of me putting some finishing touches on the flowers.
It was such a clear, sunny day in Grand Isle. Perfect for a wedding!
I couldn’t resist taking another shot of Jess’s bouquet on this super cute chair!
…and one of a flower girl basket!
The groom rigged up these paper lanterns with LED lights on the porch. Centerpieces were designed in mini sap buckets with a mix of fall blooms including sunflowers, gerbera daisies, spider mums, snapdragons, safari sunset, crocosmia, roses and fresh herbs.
There was a fabulous view of Mt. Mansfield from the porch. It truly was a fantastic day.
Congratulations to Jess and Emmet! I am so happy that you had such a perfect day for your outdoor wedding by the lake. I loved your autumnal colors and I am so glad we got the chance to work at the Lake House on such a wonderful day.