Being a wedding photographer in Vermont is the best — I say it time and time again and I can’t promise that I’ll stop any time soon! Not only do we have gorgeous summer greenery and cozy snowy winters, but we have endless lakes, mountains, and panoramic views. Nick and Lauren’s picnic-style Edson Hill wedding embraced so many of these beautiful elements that Vermont has to offer and I loved every second of it.
Needless to say, it’s been a strange and stressful year. Like many 2020 couples, Lauren and Nick had something else in mind for their original wedding day plans. However, as the pandemic progressed this summer, these two adjusted accordingly…again, and again.
An Edson Hill Wedding: Picnic Style
Their last adjustment led them to host a micro wedding at Edson Hill with fifteen of their closest family members, followed by an intimate picnic by the property’s pond. When the picnic began to wrap up, Lauren and Nick followed Macauley and I to the summit of Mount Mansfield. Once there, they read their vows to each other with their dog Luna sweetly positioned at their feet.
if anything, use this post as another reminder that while celebrations may be smaller this year, they are still so, so full of all the good things marrying your person can bring. Oh, and some beautiful images, too.
An Edson Hill Wedding: The Images
Videography: Wood & Ether
Florist: A Schoolhouse Garden
Cake/Desserts: Sweet Simones
Guitar: Rick Walker
Hair/Makeup: Crystal Doyle, Indigo Salon Burlington
Catering: Edson Hill
Gown: Leanne Marshall via Everthine Bridal Burlington
Bridesmaids Dresses: Fame and Partners
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Jewery/Rings: After Midnight Jewelers
Men’s Attire: Indochino
Planner: Allison Casey, Edson Hill
Officiant: Anne Walker