This breathtaking view at Chris and Sarah’s wedding had me gasping. They couldn’t have picked a venue that will fit a wedding that they had. The wedding arch pulled the theme and the view together. A simple like that could really make or break the flow of the style you are going for on your wedding. Make sure to discuss that with your planner or just your partner, technically speaking.
Overall this wedding was one for the books. Difficult to believe? Well, browse the gallery and be the judge. Let us know in the comments down below what you think!
Sarah and Chris were married at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont. Relaxed and playful, the couple spent the day under the Worcester Mountain Range. The wedding was held as the sun began to set in the Wedding Meadow followed by a cocktail hour in a birch tree grove and reception at a soft, lantern-lit tent. Chris wore a tan suit; camouflage lined – a tribute to a member of the Army National Guard. Sarah spent most of the day happily barefoot in a beautiful Anna Campbell gown. Everyone was in the same playful spirits. Even the Scottish Highlander Cattle came out to play as we strolled the Trapp Family Lodge grounds.
Wedding Day Outfit:
The wedding dress was from Australia. The bride gave all the girls Tom’s Chris wore a tan suit; camouflage lined – a tribute to a member of the Army National Guard.
Favorite Part Of The Day:
The couple was amazing and enjoyed the day they are both doctor’s, and I think have a super mellow and live life attitude.
The Highlights From The Ceremony & Reception:
The cattle were coming over for photos. They had an awesome DJ who also played the ukulele.