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DESCRIPTIONVermont Wedding Style Fall 2012 Wedding Lookbook. Inspiration for couples who are planning a destination wedding in Vermont.
1VERMONT WEDDINGFALL 2012
2Vermont Wedding StyleFall 2012
PAIGE HILLERFounder and Editor in Chief
TEDD KAPINOSCreative Director
BELINDA ALDRICHDesign Director
DAVID SEAVERContributing Photographer
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KURT BUDLIGER PHOTOGRAPHY
3THANK YOU TO OUR VENDORS
JASPER & PRUDENCE FLORAL AND EVENTS
PETALS FLORAL DESIGN
THE WOODSTOCK INN PASTRY KITCHEN
ORCHARD COVE PHOTOGRAPHY
PAIGE HILLER PHOTOGRAPHY
ARTISAN SURFACES INC.
BEAU TIES LTD. OF VERMONT
BLUE MOON SORBET
LONG TRAIL BREWING CO.
MAGIC HAT BREWING COMPANY
OTTER CREEK BREWING
VERMONT SPIRITS DISTILLING COMPANY
WOLAVERS FINE ORGANIC ALES
WOODS PURE MAPLE SYRUP
WOODSTOCK FARMERS MARKET
COVER IMAGE BYORCHARD COVE PHOTOGRAPHY
A Vermont Experience Orvis Fly Fishng School
Best of Vermont Vermont Beer
Fun Finds For the Groom
Kissed by Color Color Inspirations
Signature DrinksVermont Vodka
WEDDINGS WE LOVE
Kate and Finn Private Estate
Leigh and Jeff Billings Farm
Emily and Jeff Sugarbush Resort
ORVIS FLY FISHING SCHOOL
Imagine giving a gift that will be remembered long after the ribbons have been untied and wrapping paper has been thrown away and talked about for years. A Vermont Experience is a gift that truly suprises, delights and excites the recipient. Whether its watching the sun rise from a hot air balloon, learning to fly fish on a beautiful summer evening, or feeling the adrenaline rush of dog- sledding through the woods of Vermont, your fiance, family, friends, wedding paty, guests will be forever grateful for the lifelong memories you helped them create.
Manchester is located in southwestern Vermont. In winter, it provides lodging for the nearby Stratton Mountain Ski Resort, and in summer, it attracts trout fishermen, who come to try their luck on a classic Northeastern stream, the Battenkill. Since 1968, Manchester has been home to the American Museum of Fly Fishing. But it was in 1856, the year that Charles F. Orvis opened a fishing and tackle shop, C.F. Orvis Company that changed the history of this small rural Vermont town. The Orvis Manchester Fly Fishing School was launched in 1966 by longtime Orvis CEO, Leigh Perkins. Since then, 14 others have joined it, spread the length and breadth of the country from Bend, Oregon, to Key West, Florida.
If learning to fly fish or improving your casting technique seems like a daunting task, you just havent met the right instructors. Orvis runs a superb operation. The Manchester school is impeccably organized and is staffed by exceptionally charming and knowledgeable people. Pick up a fly rod and you will be casting like a seasoned angler in just two short days of classes. The expert instructors at Orvis will help you with set-ting up the rod, fly selection and knots and safely releasing your catch. Classes are held in the Orvis schoolhouse, a beautiful white single-story building with a wraparound porch, directly across from the Orvis Flag-ship Store, the fully-stocked casting ponds, and the famed Battenkill River. The Orvis Fly Fishing experience will certainly deliver a memorable experience to share with your family, friends and children, and will keep the trout laughing.
2 OATMEAL STOUTDark. Full flavored stout imparts hints of coffee, chocolate, and roasted flavors, and brewed with locally grown organic oats.www.wolavers.com
3 PALE ALEVibrant Gold. A classic American style pale ale features a modest malt body and a well balanced citrus, pine hop aroma.www.longtrail.com
1 #9A sort of dry, crisp, fruity, refreshing, not-quite pale ale. #9 is really impossible to describe because there has never been anything quite like it.www.magichat.net
96 BLACKBEARY WHEATGolden. This brew combines 2-Row Pilsen malt, a hint of Crystal malt, plenty of malted wheat and a hint of blackberrywww.longtrail.com
4 DOUBLE BAGDark Amber. A malty, full bodied double alt is also known as Stickebier German slang for secret brew. www.longtrail.com
5 COPPER ALEAmber. Medium bodied, amber ale inspired by Altbiers of Northern Germany. www.ottercreekbrewing.com
1. Woods Bourbon Barrel Aged Pure Vermont Maple Syrup. $18.99 www.woodssyrup.com
2. Hand crafted cufflinks, made with the Vermont State Quarter Dollar. $15.99 www.etsy.com/shop/SubwayCufflinks
3. Vermont made bow & neck ties. $40.00 - $76.00 www.beautiesltd.com
4. Burton Snowboard. $299.95 - $650.00 www.burton.com
5. Simon Pearce Windsor Tankard. Beautiful hand blown barware. $65.00 www.simonpearce.com
KATE & FINN PRIVATE ESTATE
Photography by Orchard Cove Photography
e wanted an old-fashioned wedding at home and to really make history where we are putting down roots: on
our farm in Vermont. I imagined a rural wedding with our guests parading through our meadows and long harvest tables for the
wedding feast it was even more beautiful than I could have anticipated. Getting married on our 200-year-old farm was perfect. It made our home
sacred. Our wedding was rustic and romantic. We wanted the pictures of the day to be interchangeable with other centuries; mercury-glass bowls, linen napkins, candles in glass canning jars, invitations sealed with scarlet wax.
I think we started a lot of traditions that day. But one tradition Finn and I shared with our guests was five minutes of Quaker silence during our ceremony. It was long enough to really bring us all into the blessing of the moment. The candles were lit by each of our mothers as in a normal unity candle tradition, but instead of a unity candle, Finns paents built a luminaria behind the altar, which is the type of structure that is burned on sacred days in the pueblo where they live in New Mexico.
My favorite part of the day was reaching Finn at the altar, who was weeping. And vowing to be his wife, this day and every day. My veil flew off in the wind right after we were pronounced husband and wife. No matter. Finn scooped me up and carried me down the aisle. - Kate
WEDDINGS WE LOVE
WEDDINGS WE LOVE
WEDDING TEAM CEREMONY & RECEPTION: BRIDE & GROOMS FARM
PHOTOGRAPHY: ORCHARD COVE PHOTOGRAPHY
CATERING: KATHLEEN OF BEVO
FLORAL DESIGN: HOLLYHOCKS
WEDDING GOWN: WEARKSTATT VIA DEB
AT SEWLY YOURS
BRIDES SHOES: CYDWOQ
BRIDES HAIR: SHEAR CUTS
HAIR ACCESSORIES: BRIDES HEAD REVISITED
GROOMS SUIT: MICHAEL KEHOE LTD.
WEDDING CAKE & FAVORS: DAILY CHOCOLATE
EVENT RENTALS: CELEBRATION RENTALS, INC.
PLACE CARDS: TIMELESS PAPER
WEDDINGS WE LOVE
CREATIVE TEAM IRENES CAKES BY DESIGN | JASPER & PRUDENCE | PAIGE HILLER PHOTOGRAPHY | LASSOD MOON
WOODSTOCK INN PASTRY KITCHEN
CREATIVE TEAM CAKETOPIA CAKES | JASPER & PRUDENCE | PETALS FLORAL DESIGN | LASSOD MOON
THE LINEN SHOP | PAIGE HILLER PHOTOGRAPHY
LEIGH & JEFF BILLINGS FARM
Photography by Paige Hiller Photography
t was horrifying seeing the damage Hurricane Irene had caused to this beautiful historic area. When we learned the
fate of Simon Pearce and The Woodstock Inn, our wedding was the last thing on our minds. We were concerned more with the lo-
cal residents and the damage they had suffered to their homes and businesses. And yet in the midst of this natural disaster, these Vermont
residents were puttin