Thursday, June 17, 2010

Wildflower Inn, Lyndonville, VT Photographer

It was a rainy and windy day when this wedding took place at the Wildflower Inn on Darling Hill Road in Lyndonville, Vermont. The bride was insistent that we have the ceremony up on the hill as planned...we were all a little sceptical...but as it turned out, she was right. The rain held off for the entire ceremony and even allowed for some formals on the terrace afterwards. What a great day.

If you don't know the Wildflower, you should check it out. Perched on one of the most picturesque roads in the Northeast Kingdom with views of Whilloughby Gap in the back and the imposing view of Burke Mountain from the ceremony site, it is truly an inspiring place to be.

This day was very windy but the ceremony was lovely...everyone had to hold down their skirts for most of the ceremony but when it came time for the "I do's" it was as if the very air held it's breath and we were in total calm for the rest of the ceremony. Magical things are always happening at weddings.

The wind made photographing the kiss a little kept blowing the bride's veil across her face so the matron of honor was having to hang on to it (as you can see from the picture above). It kind of ruined what would have been a fabulous picture so I photo-shopped it right out. Be sure to click on the picture below so you can see the larger version. Look ma, no hand!

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