Nina and Tom got married at The Inn at the Round Barn Farm in Vermont. There were so many handmade details and personal touches that went into creating this special rustic themed day. We especially love the beautifully embroidered sweater that Nina wore over her dress.
The bridesmaids wore knee-length dresses in varying shade of gold, silver, and other metallic colors and let’s not forget their amazing red shoes!
From the photographers:
Some of our favorite things about this wedding included handing out pashmina scarves to guests before the ceremony, using a toddler-sized Radio Flyer wagon to transport the 11-month-old flower girl down the aisle, and the gorgeous variety of gold and sparkly bridesmaid dresses! At the reception, all of the vases for centerpiece flowers were handmade by Nina (who is a talented potter), and she also sculpted the bride and groom birdie pie toppers. Another favorite DIY detail from this wedding was the super cool paper hearts mobile Nina made by using antique quilting rings and a heart paper press. So many sweet and romantic details at this wedding!
From the bride:
We decided to have a rustic wedding once Tom proposed. We sat down and talked about what we wanted for our wedding vision. I wanted to get married in the fall, and he wanted to get married in our favorite place, Vermont. So I looked into many venue options, and we both realized that the best way to host a cozy, beautiful wedding would be in a barn! The Inn at the Round Barn was the perfect place. They literally covered every element that I was looking for. A gorgeous setting, a unique rustic barn, amazing catering, fabulous service and a wonderful, top-notch historic inn for us to stay locally and get ready all at the same location. My favorite thing about the wedding was incorporating all our personal touches. Having been to so many weddings myself, I really wanted to create a very personal and custom wedding ceremony and party for people to remember. The ceremony we put together incorporated personal vows written by the bride and groom, and although there were a few tears, it was the perfect way to express our love to each other. I also loved all the little touches we incorporated into the decorations. I made all the ceramics myself, which allowed everyone to take home vases as gifts and mementos. Most of the feathers that were used in the boutonnieres, centerpieces, and antlers on the tables were collected and hunted by Tom and his father. Tom’s father, Michael, also custom built us the arbor that we used. I also made all the jewelry worn by the bridesmaids. The postcard guest book we put together using vintage and new postcards that were collected over the years through our travels. Everything was personalized!