Spring Wedding at The Round Barn

Sarah and John were married at The Round Barn in Waitsfield, VT on Saturday afternoon.  It was a truly lovely day for an early spring wedding in Vermont with a super moon to finish out the evening.  The style for this wedding was vintage-inspired with a “beginning of spring” feeling.  There were so many great DIY details for this wedding–from the save-the-dates to the table runners to the box of antique keys for guests to offer “keys to a happy marriage”.   

The bride’s bouquet was made up of white roses, tulips, freesia, lisianthus, green ranunculus, mini green hydrangea, bupleurum and a touch of silver dollar eucalyptus.  It is finished with a band of cotton ribbon.  The bride had a locket which I pinned to the bouquet when I arrived at the Inn. 

Here is another look {or two} at the bride’s bouquet.  I like the groom’s boutonniere to seem like it was plucked out of the bride’s bouquet.  John’s boutonniere was made of green ranunculus, a white spray rose and green dianthus. 

The groom’s mother designed their save-the-dates with two little bluebirds perched in birch trees so we incorporated a couple of bluebirds in the wreath for the ceremony and designed centerpieces in birch containers.  The bride and her mom made the cutest burlap table runners which added such a nice touch to the reception.

Do you see two bluebirds nesting in the wreath?  To pick up on the pale blue tone I added accents of thistle into the designs.

Congratulations to Sarah and John!  This was the first wedding of my 10th wedding season and after all of my prep the one thing I forgot to do is charge my camera battery so I could get more pics of all the super sweet details!  {Ugh, sigh.}  I hope you’ll share some of your professional shots with me–you make such a lovely couple!

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