Rachel and Mike tied the knot on a beautiful sumer day at The Quechee Club. Their destination wedding had a colorful, gardeny feeling with raspberry pink, orange, yellow, green and white flowers. The couple lives in D.C., but they met at Dartmouth College so a New England wedding was a perfect fit!
Rachel carried a bouquet of pink dahlias, roses, yellow and pink freesia, orange and white ranunculus, and mini green hydrangea tied with a raspberry pink silk dupioni ribbon.
Her six bridesmaids wore blue dresses and carried colorful bouquets similar to the bride’s with orange dahlias and white nigella.
The men wore boutonnieres of rosemary and yellow spray roses with hypericum berries.
It was a perfect Vermont day for an outdoor wedding at Murphy Farm. Our birch chuppah helped set the scene.
Their reception at the Quechee Club also showcased a nature-inspired theme with birch centerpieces of gardeny designs including dahlias, raspberry pink roses, godetia, ranunculus, mini green hydrangea, dianthus and yellow spray roses.
Guests were greeted with a piece of fresh rosemary or hypericum berries set with their menus.
A placecard display of branches in birch containers was also in-step with the natural branchy style of the wedding.
Congratulations to Rachel and Mike on your destination wedding! I can recall our first conversation last October and it was such a joy to see everything come together (including beautiful weather!) for your perfect day!