Vermont Real Wedding | Pam & Caleb


Accommodations + Bar Service + Catering + Coordination + Event Rentals + Reception Site: The Mountain Top Inn & Resort | Cake: Irene’s Cakes by Design | Floral Design: A Schoolhouse Garden | Photography: Rodeo & Co. Photography    

Accommodations: Fox Creek Inn + Best Western | Bridesmaids: Jenny Yoo | Calligraphy: Ann Vollum Calligraphy | Entertainment: Eturnity | Favors: Bread Loaf View Farm | Formalwear: Brooks Brothers | Gown: Anne Barge from Mark Ingram Atelier | Hair: Five Elements Salon & Spa | Invitations: Crane | Jewelry: Kwiat | Linens: The Linen Shop | Makeup: Flawless Cosmetic Design | Shoes: Jimmy Choo       

Autumnal hues & diy delights created an air of warmth & wonder for Pam & Caleb’s mountaintop wedding.

The Day: Inspired by Vermont’s breathtaking backdrop in the fall, Pam and Caleb sought to craft a day brimming with seasonal florals and rustic sophistication. The beaming couple tied the knot beneath an ethereal canopy of foliage and blooms before celebrating with their near and dear during a darling reception. Just-plucked greenery added a dash of whimsy to amorous bouquets of pretty peach and cream roses, ranunculus, and barely blushing dahlias. A crisp white buttercream cake crowned with buds in the day’s shades tempted guests, while petite bottled maple syrup sent loved ones off with a sweet finish.

The Best Part: “I think we both agree that our favorite moment of the day was seeing each other for our first look. We had to drive down to the Mountain Top’s reservoir, which is this beautiful remote location down this long winding road from the main resort area. The drive down felt excruciatingly long because it was leading up to such an important moment! Although our photographer was there to capture it all, it felt like we were the only two people on earth at that moment and it was so incredible to see one another in such an intimate setting before the wedding ceremony.”

The Advice: “One important thing to keep in mind that it is your day. Do what you and your groom want, not what someone else wants, and be honest with your family and friends if you find yourself getting unsolicited advice. It is impossible to please everyone, and that is okay. I like to think of the wedding planning process as a test of some sort. Communication is so important in any relationship, and practicing this during the planning will only strengthen your ability to do so in the future, with friends and family and perhaps most importantly, with your spouse.