Some people claim rain on your wedding is a sign of good luck… I see it more as a blessing on Jeff & Amanda’s new life together:Â “May the road rise to meet you,Â may the wind be always at your back,Â may the sun shine warm upon your face,Â the rains fall soft upon your fields…” Â They live on the family farm, a beautiful and quintessential Vermont spot â appropriate, right?
Their story of how they met is quite possibly my favorite (ever!) J&A met on Christmas Eve, they sat next to each other on an airplane. Swoon. Amanda’s Grandmother claims Jeff looks like a movie star, but I would have to say they make quite the fantastic superstar-duo. I found myself singing “cute, cute, cute” to them all day. I just can’t help it, I think they’re just so… cute! A real-life fairy tale movie in the making!
Oh, and check back tomorrow to see images from their hot air balloon shoot.
Morgan at Valley Flower Company did a terrific job with the flowers, the blue, white and green combo was oh-so-springy and the bride loved all the tulips. And the venue at Simon Pearce was quite charming and intimate for their 40-person party. PERFECT for a rainy Saturday wedding. And the food? Oh mylanta, hands down the best meal we’ve ever had at a wedding. Thanks for inviting us to be a part of your beautiful (and cute) day!