When is the best time of year to get married in Vermont? That’s an impossible question to answer because there is so much to love in every season in the green mountain state, but June through early October is our “prime wedding season”.
If I had to describe this July weekend at Trapp Family Lodge in one word it would be: Beautiful.
From the weather to the expansive mountain views to the gorgeous color palette Madeleine and David chose, everything was simply beautiful.
The bride’s bouquet included a colorful, gardeny mix of delphinium, roses, ranunculus, zinnias, stock, chocolate queen Anne’s lace, fresh oregano, ruscus, quince and nigella pods. Blue and white was the jumping off point for the palette, but the colorful summery vibe of the corals, oranges, pinks and peaches bring the whole look to life.
Nine bridesmaids carried 3 different styles of bouquets to represent the full spectrum of the floral color palette. The ceremony “meadow” we created for the stage was made without floral foam and includes larkspur, snapdragons, delphinium, roses, hydrangea, zinnias, stock, spray roses and lots of greenery.
The tent was transformed with colorful centerpieces in elegant gold compotes, fresh table runners and tent poles adorned with greenery and roses. Click to see the tent set-up below!
There are so many thoughtful details that went into this Vermont wedding weekend. It was an absolute pleasure to design the flowers and an even bigger pleasure to work with Madeleine and David on the planning!
Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Are you planning a Vermont wedding? Drop me a line if you’d like to talk.