October 31, 2012
She stood in the window light and watched as guests began to fill seats. After nearly ten years of their initial meeting, she was about to marry the man she loved. The man who was the perfect fit.
A fall wedding in New England. A truck with cider to greet guests. A barn with hardwood floors, a fireplace and bookshelves. Vintage NH postcards as rsvp’s. Bird’s nests for the ring bearers. Kate Spade shoes. Pies instead of a cake. An oyster bar on the patio. Close friends and family. And lots and lots of love. It doesn’t get much better than this!
Ingrid and John had a warm fall day for their wedding at a private home in Dublin, NH. They incorporated their joint love of binomial nomenclature into their table settings and named each table after a tree. They used rosemary throughout the wedding as it is a symbol of remembrance. Ingrid’s mother is an incredible caterer and with the help of her staff managed to cater and attend the wedding! Brick Kiln Farm (also a friend of the family) created the most gorgeous floral arrangements.
Congratulations to a fantastic couple!
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