The driveway seemed to be never ending. Through curve after curve, we winded up the mountain. The thick fog and misty rain made it difficult to see. The woods surrounded us and as we climbed that mountain in our little volvo, the more anxious I got! I have looked forward to this wedding day for several months and finally the day was here. Emily and Kenneth chose the gorgeous Twickenham House for their cliff top ceremony and it was perfection. Although the morning teased us with showers and intense fog, Emily insisted that her outdoor ceremony would be just fine. And she was right! The sun peeked through right before the big moment!
Emily and Kenneth had a somewhat simple wedding day. They ignored a lot of the fussy details that most weddings include and chose a classy and simpler way. Each bridesmaid and groomsmen wore their own choice of black dress or suit. Instead of traditional boutonnieres the guys were adorned with Brackish feather pins. The ceremony decor was simple greenery and chairs, but that is all that mountain top view needed! And their tables included flowing greenery and lots of glass and candlelight. Her simple choices let the things they loved about their wedding shine. Those views, the people who shared in the day and their love. That was enough. We love that she chose their grandfathers to be ring bearers – it was such a sweet touch. We also loved how their meal was fitting for their venue. We all dined on the delicious trout and bison provided by Earthworks Catering. Instead of a cake, they had a display of amazing bite sized desserts and a popcorn and candy bar for all their guest to enjoy. We loved being a part of this day, from the sweet daddy and daughter first look until the dancing with the live band at the end. The moments were all precious.
A special thanks to the following vendors:
Venue: Twickenham House | Bride’s gown: Verita Bridal | Florals: Fuchsia Moss | Bow ties and feather bouts- Brackish | Band: Patt McNabb Band | Catering: Earthworks | Photography: Candi Leonard Photography