Ross & Annie’s Basin Harbor Club Wedding

September 11, 2009

Ross & Annie: August 29, 2009
Venue: Basin Harbor Club
Florist: Clare L’Esperance from the Basin Harbor Club
Annie’s Dress: Amy Kuschel via the fabulous (!!) Deb at Sewly Yours
Invitations and Stationary: Katharine Navins of Tallow Studio
Band: The Pulse of Boston
Hair & Makeup: Indigo
Annie’s Veil: Jennifer Leigh
Gloves: Carolina Amato
Feather: Purchased at Sewly Yours
Reception Dress: Haute Hippie
Reception Coat: Milly
Annie’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Bridesmaid’s Dresses & Shoes: J. Crew
Groomsmen’s Suits: J.Crew
Ross & Groomsmen’s Ties: Beau Ties LTD, of Vermont
Flower Girl and Ring Bearer outfits: J.Crew
Fabric for Bouquets & Tablecloths: Liberty of London

Annie & Ross basically had the weddings to end all weddings and Eileen & I loved every minute of it!! The rain which was supposed to be a trickle ended up being a steady stream but it didn’t dampen the day of this fabulous couple. Settle in because this is going to be a long post!!!

These cute signs were being put up as we arrived….we were very happy to see that they were laminated πŸ™‚

A taste of the fabulous details – Annie’s beautiful and unique bouquet, a pair of bridesmaid’s shoes with the earrings that Annie gave everyone as a present and a Paloma’s nest bowl to hold the rings

Annie had UBER-FABULOUS pink Jimmy Choo’s…..what more could a girl (or a photographer) ask for???!!

Spirits were high as Annie stepped into her beautiful gown

Ross had the sweetest expression as he watched his wife and best friend walk down the aisle πŸ™‚

As I said in my previous post I love watching the parent’s reactions!

I now pronounce you…..

Annie & her Brother embrace after the ceremony

Happy Mr. & Mrs.!

Annie & Ross win the award for biggest bridal party….13 bridesmaids, 2 junior bridesmaids, 8 groomsmen and 10 flower children!!

More fabulous details….
– The beautiful cake made by Basin Harbor Club
– Cocktail stirrers which read: “Sip and Repeat”
– Cute napkins which mirrored the boots featured on their Save the Dates made by the wonderful Katharine Navins of Tallow Studio
– The programs which mirrored their invitations

The bouquets wrapped with unique swatches of Liberty of London fabric

Yes it was officially raining by this point πŸ™‚

Thankfully Annie & Ross didn’t seem to mind πŸ™‚

LOVE this one….classic πŸ™‚

More beautiful details….
“Hugs and Kisses from the Mr. & Mrs.”
Napkins tied with fabric

Monogrammed antique doors led the way into the reception tent….on the back they were adorned with wreaths

Simple but stunning centerpieces

The kid’s table! Suffice it to say there were PLENTY of little ones at this wedding……they were thrilled with the activities Annie & Ross provided for them!

The kids were also pretty psyched about the hay ride – who cares about the rain??!!

Annie & Ross purchased these fabulous mustaches on Etsy so I had a good time circulating throughout the night and encouraging people to pose for a snap πŸ™‚

LOVE the feeling in this one……!

And this one too – it makes my heart warm πŸ™‚

Beautiful and very touching toasts

And a few roasts πŸ™‚

Right at sunset the sun peeked through the clouds across Lake Champlain so we snuck away to the waterfront

I loved the silhouette of Annie’s Amy Kuschel gown. As I mentioned above Annie purchased her dress at Sewly Yours from Deb who also made my wedding gown – we both heart Deb πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ and would highly recommend her to brides getting married or living in the Burlington area.

The entrance to the tent was set off with big flower pots

An emotional dance with her Dad

And a fun dance with Mom πŸ™‚

Almost time for bed!

Annie changed into an adorable reception dress and coat (which she quickly shed so she could boogie on the dance floor)!

At the end of the evening Ross & Annie thanked their guests and invited them to continue the evening at an after party πŸ™‚

Ross & Annie – it was truly an honor to document your amazing love and friendship and I look forward to seeing a lot more of you both in the future!!

I hope you are having a FABULOUS time in Italy πŸ™‚



[…] Ross & Annie’s Basin Harbor Club wedding is still one of my very favorites ever. When it came to my attention that they didn’t have many family photos it was time to remedy that situation! We met up at Ross’ parent’s house in a beautiful morning and I had fun chasing these three kiddos around. It’s so fun watching sibling interaction – Brewster & Mason are like peas and carrots but they both dote on little Beazy who is a week older than Norah. Lots of fun was had. Enjoy the photos and let’s not it let be so long until the next time!! xo […]

[…] was so thrilled when Ross contacted me earlier this fall about moving forward with their album. Ross & Annie were married at Basin Harbor Club in August 2009 and now have two boys….life has been busy. […]

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Ok Amanda, the details at this wedding were absolutely spectacular. Seriously amazing job capturing them! Great work as always!! πŸ™‚

absolutely amazing photographs amanda! you made an already beautiful evening even more stunning, love your details shots to pieces. you can hardly tell by your photos that it had been raining that day. annie & ross are so lucky to have had you capture their perfect day. as always, lovely work!

Candice @ Jubilee Events

this is why I love you, amanda! not only do you capture incredible moments, but you pay attention to ALL the amazing details that this bride worked so hard on. gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!! love the bouquet of garden roses.

Crazy beautiful day, couple, details, emotion. Perfect recipe for perfect photographs. Congratulations!!

e. broderick photography

Sigh…I loved reliving this day as I looked through your post, Amanda. What an awesome weekend! Annie and Ross are such a fun and loving couple and their friends and family were so much fun to be around, too. I loved that we got to spend two days getting to know them! The details at this wedding just blew me away. Your images are perfect. I am really loving the mustache shots!

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