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An Outdoor Autumn Wedding in Wolfeboro, NH

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Laura & Per in Wolfeboro, NH
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Laura carried burgundy calla lilies, scabiosa pods, and James Storie orchids.
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The bridesmaids wore navy dresses, while the guys matched in blue ties.
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A chalkboard welcome sign greeted guests -- white-painted pumpkins added a touch of autumn.
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Pumpkins and gourds lined the grassy aisle, while a branch arbor was the centerpiece.
The Barn at Moody Mountain Farm
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Hanging Mason jar lids were a fun way for guests to find their seats.
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White-painted pumpkins carved with the couple's initials decorated he guest book table.
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Mason jars filled with vibrant orange flowers topped moss-green table runners.
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To complement the rustic-elegant theme, gold-rimmed china was topped with deep-brown napkins, menus and crab apples.
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Laura & Per in Wolfeboro, NH

The Bride Laura Boggs, 29, an editor of the Christian Science Publishing Society The Groom Per Skarie, 30, a baker training manager at Panera Bread The Date October 15 Laura and Per wanted to accentuate the gorgeous fall landscape of New England, so they worked within a palette of burnt orange, burgundy, and green, and blended in autumn-inspired details for a natural look.
- Amanda Black
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  • Priscilla of Boston
  • RiverDog Prints
  • Love & Found, Etsy.com

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