Brenda and Mark were wed on a gorgeous fall day at The Inn At The Round Barn this October. A truly picturesque location, the Round Barn offers so many beautiful pastoral views and opportunities for a classic Vermont backdrop. Its quintessential Vermont vibe is sure to wow even native Vermonters and this autumnal color palette fit seamlessly into the natural landscape.
The bride carried a bouquet of burgundy dahlias, scabiosa, orange ranunculus, freesia, roses, mini green hydrangea and hypericum berries with agonis for a foliage accent.
Here’s another view of the bride’s bouquet.
Bridesmaids’ bouquets in the seasonal palette also included safari sunset and two shades of orange roses.
Our birch arbor for the ceremony works nicely with the scenery.
A closer look at the arbor decor.
Large arrangements in wooden sap buckets flanked each side of the arbor.
Centerpieces were designed in antique milk bottles collected by the bride and her family filled with dahlias, hydrangea, snapdragons, safari sunset, hypericum berries, agonis and millet with a grapevine wreath atop birch wood slab for a rustic touch.
As a Vermonter who planned from out of state the bride recruited some help from her mom who executed some important details. They selected our most stunning season to gather friends and family together. A photo from Andy Duback’s blog of the bride and groom is one of my new all time favorites with the couple kissing and a pair of cows in the background. Perfection. Congratulations to Brenda and Mark!