Before I dive into the next ridiculously gorgeous wedding, I wanted to let you know that if you haven't already, you really HAVE to check out the Little Black Book Blog today. Ingrid, over at Myrtle & Marjoram Photography has sent us one of those wedding that simply glows. It is beyond lovely, beyond swoon-worthy. A must see for sure.
Ok! This wedding that Jen Curtis sent us is pure magic. And to be honest, it's her photography alone that brings this lovely, lovely wedding to an entirely new level. The wedding was held at the Amee Farm in Vermont, which is designed for sustainable yet luxurious living...with touches like hand selected antiques in guest rooms that are gussied up with perfectly fabulous linens and such. It's a dream come true really.
The adorable couple actually met online eight years ago. So great how far the web has come to introduce a perfect pair like this one! The bride ROCKED a Lian Carlo dress and the bridesmaids wore Amsale. They loved the idea of hosting a wedding at a fully working organic farm, with a venue that was absolute perfection.
Eryn actually designed all of the invitations and printed accoutrement's herself, with letterpress by Jason McDanial of Missing Q Press in Dallas. She used all recycled paper products in the design and ordered vintage stamps from Ebay that coordinated. The couple gifted guests eco-friendly tree seed wedding favors from Plant a Memory. The organic, eco-chic design of this wedding was threaded through literally every detail. The end result...FABULOUS.
Thank you so very much to the HUGELY talented Jen Curtis for sending us today's affairs. Jen is based in San Francisco though as you can see, will travel anywhere to photograph perfect weddings. We have another Jen Curtis wedding coming up next week, so if you are as addicted to her work as I am, you are in for a treat!
Green Wedding in Vermont
Before I dive into the next ridiculously gorgeous wedding, I wanted to let you know that if you haven't already, you really HAVE to check out the Little Black Book Blog today. Ingrid, over at Myrtle...