WEDDINGS | John & Bridget – a rustic light blue summer wedding in Vermont – Part 2

Here is the second part of John & Bridget’s wedding day story!  We are picking up right after the ceremony!  If you missed part 1, you can catch up here!

Bridget had been planning this wedding since last July and her preparations came out beautifully!  There were so many wonderful rustic details – wildflowers to line the burlap runner for the ceremony aisle, centerpieces of candles, mason jars, and more flowers! Individual photographs of John & Bridget (which we took as part of their engagement session) numbered the tables to denote the seating arrangements. 

All the friends and family were thrilled to be there to support these two on their wedding day as well!  The entire wedding day I heard families’ say wonderful things about their relationship and how well suited they are for one another!  We had a ton of time to do lots of portraits (which I love) of course!  The bridal party was fantastic and we had a great time!

Their reception was just non-stop!  The guests were treated to a super tasty taco bar dinner and later the wedding cake made by the mother of the bride herself.   After heartfelt toasts from the fathers’, best men, and maids of honor, John & Bridget had their first dance.  Once the dance floor was open, everybody finished off the night rocking on the dance floor and a sparkler exit!  So without further ado, part two of their wedding day!


Groomsmen gifts!

This is one of my absolute favorite images ever!
Off to the reception!

Of course, we had to get a bridal party shot on the golf cart before the reception introductions!

 I stole the bride and groom away during sunset for more pictures of course!

Now back to the party!
Sparkler shot!
I hope that you two had a wonderful time in the Dominican Republic on your honeymoon!
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Country Club of Barre, Vermont
Bridal Hair Stylist: Kelsey Thomas
Bridal Makeup Artist: Alex Conklin
Bridesmaids Dresses: Etsy 
Tuxedos: JCPenney
Bridal Veil: Mother of the Bride
Bouquets: Flowers purchased wholesale from Costco and assembled personally
Cake: Marie Montour, mother of the bride
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