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Stowehof Inn, Stowe, Vermont

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The pure emotion of love seen in the eyes of Amy and Michael is what drew us to their story. This, obviously heartfelt, celebration was full of personal details that spoke of what the day meant to the couple. It is hard to not see the deep connection these two have. From the paper crane garlands to the childhood photos adorning the tables, the homemade decor brought everything together. Read on for Amy and Michael's love story...

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September 19, 2020

Alicia & Kyle

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When we first laid eyes on Alicia and Kyle's bold and colorful wedding, we couldn't take our eyes off the vibrant and unique details. Alicia, an artist, was inspired by a CMYK color palette and went for funky and unique touches that she could DIY. The result? A one-of-a-kind celebration full of eye candy, proving that you don't need a huge budget to achieve some wow factor. Here is what Alicia had to say about the wedding planning and execution:

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With so many natural waterways, lakes and ponds, it's no wonder that water plays a large part in Vermont weddings. Combine some H2O with hand-hewn post and beams, tree branch details, and a secluded mountaintop location and you pretty much have everything that is wondeful about Vermont in the Summer. Here are some gorgeous inspirational images Vermont Bride photographed, with the help of Stacie Maddox, at The Ponds at Bolton Valley. Lakeside details with rustic, vintage charm, combined with some amazing vendors!

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Aloha Hive Camp, Fairlee, Vermont

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We love the rustic details and pops of color in Sheena and Nathan's cozy, camp wedding. From the birch branch arbor to the post-ceremony boat cruise for the wedding party, their celebration epitomizes a classic Vermont style that takes full advantage of the natural landscape and all it has to offer.

The Alerin Barn, St. Johnsbury, Vermont

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The weather outside might be warming up and the leaves are turning green instead of bright reds and oranges, but we have been saving this rusticly charming wedding to share on our blog for far too long! Birch arbors, cafe lighted barns, and a tractor driven transport epitomize a country classic Vermont wedding. Add in unique details, such as origami paper flower bouquets and a plethora of pies in place of a cake, and you have the perfect recipe for a sweet day of matrimony in the Green Mountains.