Nancy and Tammy are Married!
All the festivities were at the Inn at Woodstock Hill with every detail supervised by Lara and her gracious and wonderfully helpful staff.
I just love looking at all the details that go into making the day their couples own.
Tammy was having a time with her shoe laces. I think this was the only time all day she looked even mildly perturbed
And the dress details always fascinate me. Each is so different and lovingly crafted.
OW!! the veil is pulling at my hair! Well worth the pain, as Nancy was radiant.
Garden Gate Florist supplied the girl’s flowers as well as the centerpieces. I do believe fall colors are my favorite. And these blended so well with the girls’ chosen colors: purple and brown.
A moment with Mom before heading down the aisle.
These kids were great all day! As flower boys they performed their jobs with great intensity, heaving and throwing their petals with great abandon
Tammy’s smile says it all.
Just cleanin’ up Mom.
Claire, the minister, was inspirational in her homily to the girls and their guests. I’ll always remember her analogy of the Vermont ‘stone fences’ that have lasted for hundreds of years by building on a solid foundation, and without mortar or cement.
Smiles to match the sunshine of the day.
A bee for David.
The Purples and the Browns. Made me laugh all day.
I would be remiss without mentioning the food. Absolutely delicious. Cleaned my plate delicious. Fresh really ripe tomatoes with mozzarella; fresh, moist swordfish that rivals my folks recipe, a steamship round that melted in my mouth (the red in the image is from an overhead heater, but the meat was done perfectly rare–just right!) and of course fresh warm rolls. I cleaned my plate, but I think I mentioned that
I love the Unity Candle and what it stands for.
Dancing shoes were on! Great music and dancing on the veranda!
Nancy’s Mom. Everyone becomes a kid again when the bubbles come out.
Thank you both! For your hospitality, warmth, and good nature!
Your foundations are as rock solid as a Vermont Stone Wall, and may your love last for hundreds of years.