We’re so excited to be sharing yet another awesome destination wedding with you tonight. Jen and Steve were married over Labor Day weekend at the Green Mountain Inn in beautiful Stowe, Vermont. If you’ve never been to Stowe and live nearby, go. I know it’s a ski resort, but even in the summer, it’s amazing. Lisa and I had so much fun spending the weekend there, and the Inn was an incredible place to stay. The highlight of the whole weekend was, of course, Jen and Steve’s wedding. We  first met up with these two in Boston during our travels when we shot their engagement session, and we traveled yet again to shoot their amazing wedding. Tonight we are going to share with you the first half of their wedding preview, featuring some of our favorite shots from the day.

Some of the amazing vendors featured in this post:

Venue: The Green Mountain Inn

Makeup: Cynthea’s Spa

Hair: Caryn Pierce of Chromatics Hair and Color Company

Florist: The Painted Tulip

Officiant: Annie Alexander-Kramer

Lisa found this awesome old cash register and decided she just had to take the ring shot on it:

The ladies getting hair and makeup done in the room at the Green Mountain Inn. We love weddings where the prep, ceremony, and reception are all in the same place. It’s even better when we get to go back to our room in the same place after the reception!

Another one of Lisa’s incredible shoe shots. Check out those incredible colors! We love cool wedding shoes.

Occasionally I get cool detail shots as well. It’s usually Lisa’s gig, but I always try to get a cool dress shot. Her Sophia Tolli dress was really beautiful. It couldn’t have been more perfect for her.

The bride’s beautiful bouquet by the Painted Tulip:

The beautiful bride:

Here’s our dapper groom getting ready:

Corseted dresses always make for the best getting ready photos.

Her smile is even more radiant than the necklace.

They had originally planned to have a really beautiful outdoor ceremony on the grass at the Inn. Mother nature disagreed, as she often does, and decided that the day would be a little wetter than expected. Instead, they moved the ceremony into the intimate and beautiful Mansfield House on the property.

Steve’s son was his best man. I caught the two of them hanging out just before the ceremony. I love capturing real moments like this:

The bride made her entrance down this beautiful staircase:

The classic groom’s reaction shot. This is what you get when you book us, getting both of these moments at once.

The first kiss is an amazing moment at any wedding. However, the moment just after the kiss is even more magical to capture. Just look at her expression!

The second half of the preview post will show off their romantics session and their fun reception, but here’s a little peek at the details:

Check back soon for more!!!




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