Tuesday, March 13, 2012

An Intimate Wedding at Mountain Top Inn

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

From Margaret Belanger Photography:  Anne and Tim got married on a gorgeous early summer day in Vermont. The only people in attendance were Anne's mother, her aunt, and Tim's parents. And of course, Anne and Tim's dogs, Banjo and Chester. Banjo even walked Anne down the aisle! Every little detail of the wedding was important! Anne wore her aunt's high school graduation dress as her wedding dress. She knit the little birds and the nest that held their wedding bands. She made the flag banner that decorated the chateau they stayed in. She made the table runner out of antique fabric and embroidered her and Tim's initials in it, as well as their wedding date. She also made their wedding invitations and announcements. I'm sure there are a million other details that I'm leaving out. It was all so unbelievable and gorgeous! It was such an honor to be there to share in their day. Since there weren't hundreds of guests to contend with, it meant we had plenty of time to take portraits. The Mountain Top Inn was full of amazing photo opportunities and we tried to take advantage of all of them! Anne and Tim had no problem hopping into the canoe and paddling out a little ways. They posed on hay bales and with horses and in fields of flowers. And at the end of it all, they shared a really lovely intimate dinner with their families. It was such a wonderful way to celebrate their marriage!


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