As a designer in the wedding industry I live in a world where the words “swoon” and “bride” are used every day. I usually avoid swooning, but I cannot escape the reality that my words are very much directed to the bride. This comes to light when talking to an engaged couple with a groom
Category: Gay Weddings
In the wonderful world of weddings we see trends and traditions that ebb and flow as they cycle in and out of style over the years. Some traditions are timeless like lush white bouquets and champagne toasts and others come and go such as large head tables (which are totally IN right now!), floral crowns
Anne & Jeanne had a beautiful, intimate summer wedding at The Brick House in Shelburne. The color palette of yellow, white and green creates a clean and bright display of seasonal flowers with an elegant, romantic feel. The view from The Brick House is quintessential Vermont. The brides carried small clutch bouquets of hydrangea, freesia,
I attended a seminar over the weekend with Bernadette Coveney Smith, President of 14 Stories Gay Wedding Institute. I’ve been following her on twitter so I knew she was the expert on planning gay weddings, but meeting her and talking about planning same-sex weddings with other Vermont wedding pros was seriously cool and long overdue.
There were so many great details at this wedding that I just had to share a few more with you! This first picture is a super cool branchy sculpture that greeted guests as they came up the driveway. It must have been 10 or 12′ high. Inspiration for the decor was drawn from many different sources.
Andy and Laura’s wedding in September of 2008 was filled with fabulous details. The ceremony and reception took place at their home in Jericho (just a few miles away from my house) and the setting was absolutely amazing. I love their style and they took great care to create an amazing day for their guests. A newly renovated pond took center stage in the yard