Lauren and Mark’s destination wedding took place at The Ponds on a crisp, fall Vermont day. It’s officially foliage season, the leaves are starting to strut their stuff and the view from the porch was full of color. The style for their wedding was natural and elegant with a palette of deep purple (which in this flower family was more of a deep burgundy tone), white and green with some orange accent tones to bring out the seasonal fall tones.
The bride’s bouquet included green cymbidium orchids, burgundy dahlias, callas, white roses, mini green hydrangea and scabiosa.
Before we left the studio I took a shot of the bride’s bouquet with one of her attendant’s bouquets. A few orange roses added a bit of contrast for the two bridesmaids.
The flower girl carried a pomander of plum mini carnations, orange spray roses and green dianthus.
The ceremony in the historic Round Church in Richmond featured a floral wreath on the pulpit.
Centerpieces in birch containers included agronis, orange & white roses, green hydrangea, burgundy dahlias and scabiosa.
A place card display with family wedding photos welcomed guests to The Ponds.
Custom signs added a rustic, personalized touch.
Congratulations to Lauren and Mark on your beautiful day! This wedding came together with the entire family’s labor of love (including a father of the bride who was ready to unload our van full of flowers on the wedding day!!) and it’s lovely to see how all the planning came together.