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I loved every minute of getting to photograph Teddy, Keriann and Leland around Middlebury, VT, a few weeks ago. This little fellow looked so dapper in his suspenders and mustard-colored pants. It was such a gorgeous spring day with tulips blooming and sweeping Vermont views. And it was the only dry day in the midst of a very rainy week so we couldn’t have timed it better for this Reno-based family just back for a visit to Leland’s hometown in Vermont.

My daughter, Remy, created some incredible Easter egg art this year. Wish I hadn’t hard boiled these eggs to begin with because these were all keepers. Buckets of egg dye and tubes and tubes of glitter glue later, she’d meticulously hand-crafted these masterpieces of genuine egg art.

Cut to my son, Bo, only four-months old and he’s already giving me that look of, “Mom, we’ve really got to talk about this outfit you’ve paraded me around in…”

Andrea and Jason dreamed of the perfect snowy Vermont engagement session, but February proved to be unpredictable. One day it was 60 degrees with no snow and the next it was a freezing blizzard.

Just a couple days before our February photo shoot we had one of the heaviest snowfalls and I went and scoped out a last-minute tree tunnel location idea. It proved to be a magical winter wonderland setting. We also wanted to capture Vermont’s rustic winter beauty so we went to two other locations as well: A Williston barn with an American flag painted on it and Isham Family Farm which is an amazing location complete with Christmas trees, a barn and a maple sugar house .

Bart, their sweet Bull Terrier, came along for a walk on the farm. He was endlessly happy eating snow and found the most enormous branch to haul back down the hill. It couldn’t have been a more beautiful day and Andrea and Jason couldn’t have been a more photogenic, fun couple.

I can’t wait to photograph their wedding at the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, VT, this fall!

I’m so happy to see Marcy and Justin’s fall-inspired wedding at Basin Harbor Club published in Vermont Bride Magazine’s LOOKBOOK.

This was a true autumn wedding with gorgeous fall-foliage-themed bouquets, placeholders, and a cake topped with a pumpkin. Pumpkins even lined the Basin Harbor Club walkways. Marcy and Justin both had the most gorgeous and unique attire and nothing could top their late-night bonfire complete with the marshmallow their guests roasted over the open fire.

Check out Vermont Bride Magazine’s full LOOKBOOK HERE