Krista and Andy had the most incredible day for their Vermont wedding in Grand Isle this July. Their ceremony at Ira Allen Chapel was filled with laughter and afterwards guests headed up to Grand Isle Lake House for a tented reception on the lawn. The bride was not afraid of color so we used vibrant blooms to create a summer garden feeling.
Krista carried a bouquet of pink peonies, raspberry pink roses, yellow freesia, orange, yellow & pink ranunculus and bupleurum tied with a silk ribbon and finished with two broaches that the bride selected.
I also like to show a bouquet from the bride’s perspective. Pearl pins mark the back of this bouquet.
Bridesmaids’ bouquets include mini green hydrangea, orange & raspberry pink roses, dianthus, freesia and bupleurum for a nice contrast to their navy dresses.
A sweet little flower girl basket for an important member of the wedding party!
Raspberry pink was the accent color for the sashes on the girls’ dresses as well as the boutonnieres for the men.
Colorful centerpieces in silver bowls added a pop of color and elegance under the tent.
I loved this super sweet signage for the grandmother of the bride and other important guests!
A formal head table is back in style this season!
Ceremony arrangements were transferred into sap buckets for the reception.
Here is a sign that guests love to see at a wedding!
Centerpieces were lined up and ready to be placed on the tables.
And finally, a toss bouquet of peony and roses.
Congratulations to Krista and Andy! A truly beautiful day greeted you and your guests in a picture perfect setting! I hope it was all you dreamed it would be and more.