Rustic Vermont Wedding At The Round Barn

Today’s wedding is not only charming, but captures the essence of a rustic-chic barn style.  Cassie and Joel had their November wedding at The Round Barn with vintage details that truly represented the spirit of Vermont’s farm style.  The groom is a large animal veterinarian so keeping the style “true to Vermont” was not only a goal, but it was well executed by the couple with their handmade wedding details.  Texture including thistle and wheat were essential to their floral style and I love their palette of whites, peach and blue.

The bride wanted a textured bouquet which was designed with thistle, scabiosa pods, peach & white roses, ranunculus, dahlias, hypericum, dusty miller and accents of millet.  Cassie’s excitement as I delivered her bouquet made my day!

Their ceremony in the milking parlor featured a wreath of hydrangea, lotus pods, gerberas, roses, hypericum, wheat and thistle.

Antique cream buckets filled with snapdragons, thistle, eucalyptus, millet, roses, hydrangea and gerberas also framed the ceremony.

Eclectic milk bottles added an authentically rustic feeling to the barn.

A handmade XOXO burlap banner for the sweetheart table was just TOO CUTE!

Pails with a weathered patina were filled with hydrangea, roses, dahlias, thistle, dusty miller and agronis to add another eclectic element to the tables.

Maple cream favors of “Grandpa’s Stuff” were displayed on the wagon…

…And a chalkboard sign reminds guests not to forget their “stuff”!

A homemade horseshoe wreath of wheat adorned the family wedding photos.

Cassie & Joel had these signs made for the wedding day.

 I love the sign at The Round Barn directing guests to the reception, too!

Congratulations to Cassie and Joel who pulled together some fantastic details to create a warm & welcoming wedding filled with personalized details!  It was a truly Vermont-inspired event!  I can recall in our consultation as Cassie said, “I’m sure the flowers will be beautiful,” then Joel looked at her and said, “You’re going to be beautiful.”  It may have been the sweetest thing a groom’s ever said to a bride during a consult.  I told my husband that I got a good feeling about these two!

1 comments

  • Cassie & Joel

    November 30, 2011 at 1:25pm ·

    It was such a pleasure to work with you, Alison! The flowers were indeed beautiful, I was so impressed with the way you took my vague, wishy-washy vision and made it a lovely reality- the quality and composition of flowers was perfect. We got so many compliments and enjoyed them long after our wedding. Thanks for making our special day beautiful!
    C&J

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