The pastoral beauty of Vermont is the ideal setting for an outdoor wedding. Renee and Keith had their destination wedding on a gorgeous end-of-July day at Topnotch Resort in Stowe. Coral and aqua were the inspiration for the wedding attire and the flowers complemented that palette with a bright summery style that was rustic and gardeny.
The bride carried a bouquet of coral roses, orange ranunculus, white freesia, lisianthus, pale yellow spray roses and callas.
Eight bridesmaids wore coral dresses and carried bouquets of gerberas, roses, spray roses, ranunculus, phlox & kermit poms.
The ceremony took place under a natural wood arbor adorned with snapdragons, roses and phlox.
Birch was used throughout the wedding including the centerpieces.
The father of the bride made birch candle holders for each wedding guest!
The gorgeous cake by Perrin of Vermont Cake Studio was also in step with the birch design elements. Mason jars filled with dahlias, phlox, gerberas, snapdragons, ranunculus and roses added a casual touch to the tables.
Custom signs (again, by the talented father of the bride!) pointed guests in the right direction.
Place cards displayed in birch logs with moss and floral accents greeted guests at the cocktail hour.
Family wedding photos were another special detail on the place card display. These pictures are fab-u-lous!
The day was incredibly beautiful and so was the view!
Congratulations to Renee and Keith! The DIY (or should I say, Dad-DIY!) details came together so nicely to bring a natural, Vermonty theme to the day as well as a truly personalized style. You can check out photos from Eve Event of Renee and Keith’s engagement session here which is super cute by the way!