Jenn and David had a fall wedding at The Mountain Top Inn this October on such a beautiful, crisp day. This color palette has a timeless elegance with white, champagne and deep red to bring a touch of autumn, taking “fall flowers” to their most romantic end. Rustic details were brought in with birch centerpieces and table names burned into wood slabs. I adore this wedding!
The bride carried a bouquet of peach garden roses, white ranunculus, freesia, roses and peach dahlias.
Bridesmaids each wore their own shade and style of champagne dress with cowgirl boots and carried bouquets of peach and red dahlias, roses and eucalyptus.
The red dahlias added such a perfect pop to the classic peach and white palette.
Here’s a look at the bouquets in their blumeboxes.
The ceremony took place in the field with amazing mountain views all around.
Centerpieces designed in birch containers were filled with puffy white hydrangea, ranunculus, peach roses and deep red dahlias.
Taller bark wrapped vases mix up the look of the table pieces. I LOVED their table names, each was named after a variety of tree.
Here’s another shot with the table names on wood slabs.
Congratulations to Jen and David who not only planned their destination Vermont wedding, but also moved right in the middle of it all! You looked fantastic in your wedding garbs and your wedding party had pizazz with a country twang! This is truly one of my favorite fall weddings ever and I hope to design in this color palette again.