This absolutely stunning wedding was recently featured on Ruffled, and we are so excited to share it! This fall mountain elopement features tartan accents, a Shetland Pony named Prince Henry (yes, Prince Henry!), and a pomegranate color palette. When planning this shoot, we had a vision for an image sunset wedding, overlooking Mount Monadnock. Additionally, we wanted to keep the colors fall, with touches of red, burgundy, orange, and pomegranate. But the biggest inspiration came from the vintage farm truck! It was the perfect transportation for this sweet couple.

Our bride, Caroline, wore a vintage-inspired gown from Ines De Santo , that was expertly staled by Beth Chapman Styling. Her gorgeous hair was down for the ceremony, and then delicately put into an updo for the reception, and featured vintage gold hairpins. Birds of a Flower made the most incredible floral bouquets and arrangements. They used lush foliage and large dahlias that were a showstopper. They also created a magical sweetheart table and cake display using the old granite stones on the property. And we love all of the fresh fruit they used to compliment the place settings!

From the photographer, Kate Preftakes Photography:

“Caroline and Andrew took their vows on a picturesque New Hampshire autumn day, with all of the vibrant colors of fall joining in their new union. The breathtaking view of Mount Monadnock from the ceremony site kept the couple and their guests consistently in awe. Nevertheless, with an outdoor ceremony and an outdoor reception, and a small guest list, Caroline and Andrew found a way to have their dream wedding and keep their loved ones feeling safe and secure.”

See this Fall Mountain Elopement on Ruffled!

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Planning and Design: Events by Sorrell 
Photography: Kate Preftakes Photography

Floral Design and Styling: Birds of a Flower
Bridal Gown: Ines De Santo 

Groom’s Attire: 9 Tailors 
Bridal Styling: Beth Chapman Styling
Bridal Shop: The White Dress by the Shore
Stationery: Southern Calligraphy 
Rentals: Peak Event Services 
HMU: Katherine MacDonald Beauty
Custom Cookies: Graceful Baking
Tabletop Settings: Gooseberry Tabletop 
Models: Maggie Agency