Traditionally, June is a very popular month for weddings. Here in Vermont it seems like every month (well maybe not “stick season” November and “mud season” April) has become popular for weddings, especially so-called “destination weddings.”
As a Realtor, I love this because once people visit this beautiful state they tend to do everything they can to move here permanently or to purchase a vacation home. I can't tell you how many times a wedding has brought me buyer clients.
So, I decided that since the Vermont wedding industry has served me so well, I will use our website and this blog to promote a few local area wedding planners, venues, caterers, bakers, etc. just to get you started.
In addition to my own knowledge of local providers, I have spent hours perusing many beautiful web sites and I have to say, I have had SO much fun! I have been married for 28 years now and I expect all four of my children to benefit from my hard work. At some point. In the distant future. Maybe.
But I digress…
At first I thought I would need to write thoughtful, witty commentary on the following sites, but I really can’t improve on the recommendation to simply browse and enjoy the scenery. From stunning Vermont landscapes, to quaint inns, rustic barns, mills, the State House lawn, and many other unique and glorious places for weddings, you really can have the wedding of your dreams. All I ask for in return is a small invitation! ;)
Finally, when you and the rest of your extended family decide you just have to move to Vermont to make the experience permanent, give us a call at Coldwell Banker Classic Properties.
Wedding and Event Planning
* Woodstock Productions , Woodstock, Sabrina Brown, proprietor
(also worth checking into: Storied Events, Waterbury)
* Birchgrove Bakery, Montpelier, Jennifer Toce and John Belding, owners
- (country) Moose Meadow Lodge, Waturbury, Willi Docto and Greg Trulson, proprietors
- (in-town) Capital Plaza Hotel, Montpelier, Brian Cain, sales director
- (also worth checking into: Inn at Round Barn, Waitsfield; Millstone Hill Inn, Barre)