VERMONT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS
As a child, I have the best memories of waking up in the back seat of my aunt and uncles jeep Cherokee and having been transported to a magical place of covered bridges, infinite forests, mountains, and snow. Vermont was a place that I loved to go to be in the mountains and the snow and it had a sense of tranquility that is still very much the same today as it was all those years ago. Vermont weddings are a great option for the couple that enjoys being amongst nature as Vermont is the second most rural state in the country. Vermont is lush and green in summers, ablaze with color in autumn, and cold and snowy through the winter so for the New England bride deciding on a wedding dress, you may end up trading your Louboutin's for a pair of Hunter boots to get the most out of your day. Being a Vermont wedding photographer can be challenging with the changeable weather but the variability also gives much more character to a wedding day than, perhaps a Palm Springs wedding where blue skies are almost the rule. With the skiing industry well-established in Vermont (it is, after all, the home of Burton snowboards the country's first snowboarding accessible ski lifts) most of the resorts around the state have dedicated staff to help you plan your dream Vermont wedding. This can be a great option for a Vermont destination wedding as wedding guest accomodations can be made onsite or very nearby. Just a two hour drive from Boston weddings in southern Vermont are probably the most convenient and, at the start of the Green Mountains, easily accessible year-round. Stratton weddings offer breathtaking views across four states and full services. On the other end of the state, and nearly within site of the Canadian border is Stowe mountain resort, one of my all-time favorite places on earth and the perfect choice for a luxury Vermont wedding. For something more intimate and historic, the Middlebury Inn offers all the best the state offers in terms or farm to table dining in a stately setting and with an excellent spa on site for pre-wedding relaxation. What Vermont is truly abundant in, however, is rustic romance. Robert Kincaid really should've driven further north as there are 100 covered bridges in the state giving Vermont the most covered bridges in America per square mile. All those bridges cross a network of babbling brooks, creeks, and rivers that meander through some of the most beautiful forests and it's not hard to find peace and quiet in Vermont. Farm and estate wedding venues span the entire state and here are some of the best: The Inn at the Round Barn, Boorn Brook Farm, The Trapp Family Lodge (affectionately coined "a little of Austria, a lot of Vermont"). Our love for Alpacas is well-documented so for our final favorite, we present the Vermont Wedding Barn at Champlain Valley Alpacas. Vermont has so much to offer and is such a warm and friendly place to have a wedding, we can't wait to talk to you about your Vermont wedding plans!