Sara & Dan were married at the Fruitlands Museum on a perfect summer day in June, back before the heat and humidity took over New England. They arrived together, ready to go, so we got right into portraits! The grounds at the Fruitlands are gorgeous, with amazing views of the mountains. Sara & Dan chose it as their venue for that reason – they are athletes, and spend their time running marathons and hiking, so getting married in a place of such natural beauty felt like home to them. Sara’s short dress was so much fun and suited her perfectly, and the strappy back added beautiful detail. The bridesmaids chose their own navy blue dresses, with the guys in shades of gray suits. We all made our way around the property, from the classic red saltbox house to the field of wildflowers to the newly installed art sculpture. Everything from the art to the girls’ bouquets and centerpieces by Derby Farm Flowers were so bright and colorful, and it all added up to such a fun, summery feel! Once we finished photos, guests were making their way out to the field for the ceremony. Sara walked down the aisle with both of her parents, and she and Dan were married by a friend with the mountains as their background. Once they exchanged I Dos, they sealed it with a kiss, the breaking of the glass and a fist bump once they made it back down the aisle! At cocktail hour, guests were treated to charcuterie and yard games before making their way into the tent for toasts, dinner and dancing. The dance floor was kept full all night by Nick at Beat Train Productions, always one of our favorites to work with! Sara & Dan had a beautiful day, and are such a lovely couple – we are thrilled to have been a part of their wedding!
Thanks and congrats to Sara & Dan!