I kid you not. The moment I laid my eyes on this darling day captured by Emily Delamater, I was speechless. As in, my mouth was unable to form words and my brain was unable to make sentences. And as a professional wedding blogger, that can be kind of a problem. But stare for even one minute at the gorgeousness that is the full gallery and you’ll be doing the exact same thing. Join me there for all of the pretty.
From Emily Delamater… Right away when I met Lindsey and Sofiene, I was instantly so excited to photograph their wedding. They had such a soft and sweet way of interacting and their description of how they envisioned their day sound like such a dream and indeed it was. Nestled in the mountains of Vermont at a beautiful New England Inn, apple trees and gorgeous light. It was very important to them to incorporate elements of Tunisia where Sofiene and his family are from and France where he went to military school. Many guests were traveling from abroad and from around the country, making the New England charm even more special. The colors of soft pinks, navy, emerald and cream where beautifully orchestrated as were the many family heirlooms. Lindsey wore her mother’s veil and also a necklace from Sofiene’s mother. It was such a joy to be there with this radiant couple and to document their gorgeous wedding.
Photography: Emily Delamater | Cinematography: Scott Switzler | Floral Design: Petals, Michelle Boleski | Cake: Cuisine Lucette | Hair: First Impressions | Band: Pulse of Boston | Wedding Venue: Quechee Inn | First Look: covered bridge in Woodstock | Reception Signage: Carey of Lasso'd Moon | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother