White Wedding Flowers At Stowe Mountain Lodge

Kristen and Timothy were married in Stowe, VT with a reception at Stowe Mountain Lodge.  I can remember my first conversation with the bride when she described the style she wanted as peaceful and romantic.  I had never heard someone use the word “peaceful” to describe their wedding style and I liked it…a lot!

Elegant white blooms of roses, hydrangea and ranunculus created a look that was clean and natural for their destination wedding.  The bride carried white roses, sweet peas, lisianthus, ranunculus and stephanotis.  The stems were wrapped with lace from the bride’s dress.

This is another look at the bride’s bouquet.

 Here’s a better look at the lace wrap with pearl pins and fluffy white attendants’ bouquets.

The bridesmaids wore green dresses and carried bouquets of white hydrangea, roses and ranunculus.  The flower girls and mothers also carried small clutch bouquets.

Boutonnieres and corsages were made of spray roses and stephanotis for the groom.

 The eight attendants’ bouquets were packed and ready to go to Stowe!

 For the reception at Stowe Mountain Lodge the centerpieces included hydrangea, roses, ranunculus, lisianthus and star of Bethlehem with aspidistra leaves to hide the stems.

The place cards were displayed in wooden trays with moss and lily grass wrapped votives.

Kristen is a teacher and her students put together an unbelievably cute collection of stories for the wedding.  Here is what one student wrote for the letter “V”.  {I personally love the “very exciting voyage into marriage” and “valuing each other’s virtues”!}

Congratulations to Kristen and Timothy on a beautiful wedding day!  It absolutely made my day to get a message from the bride on Sunday night…

“I just wanted to express our gratitude.  The flowers were absolutely beautiful and really set the scene!  Thank you for working so hard and being so dedicated!!    I loved the bouquets, centerpieces, votives, and everything!!!!”  -Kristen

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