REAL WEDDING | Sarah + Jason | New Hampshire Mountain Farm Wedding, Part I

OMG.  This wedding.  I can’t… I, I just… I don’t know how… I… how do I…

Today’s real outdoor wedding takes place on a farm in what is clearly one of the most romantic and naturally gorgeous settings imaginable.  The bride’s chosen color palette of creams, blushes and champagnes lend to the event’s elegant, soft and very clean look.  It’s simply sublime.  That right there was a hint, did you catch it?

When I unzip wedding submissions, it’s sort of like unwrapping presents on Christmas Day.  And I typically LOVE all of the weddings I receive.  But when I unzipped this real wedding by Simply Bloom, a permasmile settled into my face, and hasn’t left since.  You’ll remember I sneak peeked this baby before the new year to whet your palates.  Well, here it is, ladies and gents.  I hope you adore it as much as I do!

I heart copper pots and am obsessed with how they photograph.  Just wanted to share that.

How positively dreamy is this???

Don’t you just love Sarah for going the route of floral head wreath?  I wore one for a shoot once, and I ended up wearing it the rest of the way home.  Like, walking on the streets of New York,  and riding the subway.  You might be thinking, “……. ok.”  And that would be appropriate of you, because I’m sure that’s what a lot of people were thinking that day.  I also would have accepted, “umm… ok, hippie.”



What a lovely way to start off your Tuesday, eh?  I know, and you’re welcome. ;)  But here’s the money part: this is just the beginning, friendlies.  The details involved in this wedding are simply TO. DIE. FOR.  I’m madly in love with the colors, the surroundings and absolutely every little detail there is to eat up in this fantastic affair.

If you’re after some seriously romantic, soft and simply gorgeous wedding inspiration, stay tuned for Part Two, coming in two shakes.  Just wait until you see it.  I cannot stress this enough.  And you know I don’t disappoint (if I do say so myself).

xoxo!  – Alison

Photography: Simply Bloom Photography LLC / Florist: Floralatte, Emily Herzig / Wedding Dress Designer: Amy Michelson, “Grace” / Caterer: Joe the Caterer, Franconia, NH / Band/DJ: High Range Band / Venue: Toad Hill Farm in Franconia, NH / Tent: Sperry tents / Wedding Planner: In The PINK Ink

Label(s): Beige/brown, Color, White, {Real Weddings}

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  1. Brancoprata on January 4, 2011

    One word…. STUNNING!!! This totally took my breath away!!!

  2. postcards and pretties on January 4, 2011

    oh my!! that is one breathtaking wedding..cant wait to see part 2

  3. The Demoiselle on January 4, 2011

    Ugh! Alison this is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! I’m soo very much looking forward to the next post. I want more!!!

  4. Aleah + Nick Valley on January 4, 2011

    What an incredible venue! Gorgeous!

  5. on January 4, 2011

    So Dreamy!! Love this wedding!!

  6. Lena on January 4, 2011

    It just kept getting better and better! How absolutely GORGEOUS!

  7. lizzie [love your way] on January 4, 2011

    hot damn! i love their venue! such a pretty wedding…

  8. BR on January 4, 2011

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this. Love her dress. Love the venue that they got married at. Makes me want to get married all over again.

  9. Alicia @CharityWedding on January 4, 2011

    OMG Part 1 is better than Part 2 IMHO. (I’m not a ho either). I am so glad I messed up the order. Part 3 better be incredible! I know it will be.

  10. Christie O. {Hindsight Bride} on January 5, 2011

    I love the ceremony site. It’s as though the mountains themselves are standing up and bearing witness to this couple’s love. Oh be still my mountain girl heart.

  11. I am wild over wildflowers. These bouquets and centerpieces are so magnificent.

  12. Every last detail was thought out. what a beautiful day.

  13. Dana on February 13, 2011

    I LOve this wedding…so beautiful! Where are the invitations from/save the dates?

  14. Yvette on July 19, 2011

    The dress is absolutely beautiful, the whole theme works beautifully. I’m looking for a Grace dress, failing that, i hope to poss get one made which is similar.

    :) xx

  15. EJ on January 20, 2012

    The invitations were handmade by the bride and groom! (The tree on the invite was drawn by the groom himself!)

  16. Wanderlust Weddings on March 23, 2017

    Your florals are sensational! The set such a delicate tone to the weddong, and the bride’s head wreath perfectly completes the whole picture. Loveliest farm wedding I’ve ever seen.


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