On the morning of his wedding day, Nick, along with his groomsmen, and a few other adventurous guests, hiked Camels Hump, Vermont’s third highest peak. Several hours later, holding hands with Meg, the love of his life, as they said their vows to each other, Nick had the perfect view of the mountain he had hiked earlier in the day while at his wedding ceremony in the most beautiful field at Bliss Ridge Farm. With perfect weather, the leaves beginning to explode into their fall hues, and each detail falling exactly into place, it was an absolute delight to be in attendance at Meg and Nick’s wedding.
Meg grew up in the mountains of Vermont, and Nick, alongside the ocean in Rhode Island, so when visiting family, they always have a place to ski, hike, surf, and swim. They’ve settled in Rhode Island, so it made sense for them to honor Meg’s mountain roots with a wedding at Bliss RIdge Farm, with an incredible view of the mountains, and a rustic barn tucked between a field of cows and an overflowing flower garden. Meg and Nick are both close to their families and we can see why- we felt so welcomed by each side the entire day. We also were thrilled to see our friend and talented wedding photographer Michael Tallman and his family at the wedding- Meg was their nanny for a year, and during that time they all became dear friends. Meg and Nick hired Woodbelly to throw a pizza party for their barn reception, and surprised guests with Palmer Lane Maple Ice Cream