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Snow Falling on Nuptials

Anna and Tim had the most beautiful winter wedding in Dorset, Vermont, complete with snowflakes and so many reasons to snuggle!

Friends and family gathered in a field at the intersection of two special roads in the town of Dorset. The snow was dumping down and so very gorgeous! Guests were greeted with hot cider and blankets, and we had fun snapping individual photos in front of the red barn! The celebration continued into the evening at one of Vermont’s (and America’s) best little restaurants. All in all, I couldn’t imagine a more perfect winter wedding day for such a genuinely lovely couple!

Anna arrived via horse and sleigh, completing the picture of total winter romance…

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Theirs was one of the most thoughtful ceremonies I’ve been fortunate to witness. Loved ones took turns speaking, and telling stories about the very surroundings of Dorset and the mountains… how this beautiful couple came to meet, and the path that lie ahead for them together. All the while, snow continuing to decorate the scene.

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There were no signs of complaint as everyone laughed and celebrated in the snowy field!

The party then moved on to the incredible – Bon Appetit rated! – SoLo Farm & Table in South Londonderry! I was so excited for the chance to visit and meet the lovely couple behind this gem, and the ambiance was just perfect for this intimate and loving day overall.

solo farm and table vermont

Such a sweet, sweet day in the snow… Anna & Tim’s wedding is one I won’t soon forget. Congrats to you both, and I wish you a lifetime of picking beautiful flowers and apples together!

(Remember Anna from this gooooorgeous afternoon in the flower fields??)

Flowers: Perennial Studio | Dress: Modern Trousseau Kendra | Mink Shrug: Vintage | Shall: Anichini | Sash: Bride made from Etsy ribbon | Hairpiece: Bride made from vintage silk parachute fabric | Suit: J.Crew | Banjo: Will Mosheim of Goldtown | Horses: Pfister Farm | Rings: Anastasia Vaghin | Stone bowls: Meadow Birch Gallery
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