You've seen the engagement photos. You've seen the rehearsal dinner images. Let's get on to the business at hand, shall we? I began the day photographing Amy and Ian's destination wedding in Woodstock Vermont as they got dressed at the house their families had rented. Amy and Ian got ready in opposite ends of the house and, since they chose not to see each other early on, their time in the house turned into a little game of cat-and-mouse; they were constantly made aware of each other's location and successfully averted eye contact the entire morning.
With the rain threatening all day, Amy and Ian chose to move their ceremony from the Woodstock Historical Society to the cozy confines of the Congregation Shir Shalom in Woodstock, Vermont. The congregation is a gorgeous facility, a converted barn that is bathed in gorgeous natural light. Prior to the ceremony, guests convened outside under a large tent for the traditional Ketubah-signing ceremony.
Once the ceremony was over, guests made their way to The Quechee Club for the reception, where guests were treated to fantastic speeches, great food and drink, delicious desserts, and an unbelievable dance party.