Barn weddings most always have a way of creating the perfect setting for a cozy and inviting fête. Of course 1,000 hand-cut white vellum birds hanging above you while you eat a dinner lit by gold orbs helps, but so does the reasoning behind such a wedding. Like the bride points out, they wanted the kind of wedding where everyone in town was invited and came to help make the day, the kind you celebrated in the backyard, and dinner was served family style. That’s the type of wedding Mademoiselle Fiona captured, perfectly.
Try to never lose track of what the day and event is really about. Things are going to be…let’s say crazy, but hold true to the real reason why you are going through all the planning and hold true to your love, don’t let any “thing” or anybody stand in the way of the love.
Congrats Marcella + Matthew!
Photography: Mademoiselle Fiona and Jainé Kershner (second shooter) / Invites: The Metal Mermaid / Venue and catering: West Mountain Inn / Cake: Dina’s Vermont Baking Company / Engagement Photos: Bianca Sciotto at Belovely Photography / Lighting: Myles Sctiotto at soCinematic Interactive Architecture+Design Los Angeles / Bride’s dress + veil: blue seersucker dress came from Kleinfeld’s Bridal Salon designed by Michele Roth / Bride’s cowboy boots: Sundance Catalogue by Old Gringo / Groom’s suit: Calvin Klein