A DIY Outdoor Wedding at the Catamount Outdoor Center in Williston, Vermont

Amy grew up in Vermont and Mark grew up in Oregon, but the couple met in San Francisco.  Mark was opening artisan marketsand Amy worked around the cor

Amy grew up in Vermont and Mark grew up in Oregon, but the couple met in San Francisco. Mark was opening artisan marketsand Amy worked around the corner from him. "He made me Americanos everymorning and I thought he was just dreamy," she says. Their first date was to theSan Francisco Zoo, followed by a walk on the beach, followed bygetting slightly lost and taking just about every mode of publictransportation to get home. Mark proposed on Earth Day ("Not on purpose!" Amy says) after a trail run at their favorite hiking spot on the OldSalmon River near Mt. Hood, Oregon. The couple shared agranola bar and soon after Mark asked Amy if she would share her life withhim!Amy and Mark got married at the Catamount Outdoor Center in Williston, Vermont, where Amy used to do cross country ski races. Vintage and handmade elements like 150 jam jar favors made by Amy's mother, hand embroidered vintage hankies as gifts, handmade signs and lawn game boards, and floral arrangements made by a close family friend added a personal, unique touch to the wedding.

Beautifully hand embroidered handkerchiefs were given out as a charming, unique, gift, perfectly fitting in with the vintage vibe of the wedding.
Amy found her dress at Cicada, a small bridal boutique in Seattle, Washington. Amy had small alterations made to the sheath gown to fit her style.
A brown vintage framed black chalkboard listed everything on the cocktail menu in bright, bold colors.
The reception was held under a large white tent at the Catamount Outdoor Center in Williston, Vermont, a place Amy frequented as a child.
Hand Painted Jenga Game Decor
A vintage suitcase with a small chalkboard sign directed guests to where they could leave their cards and gifts for the couple.
A lush, wildflower arrangements of white alstroemerias, yellow dahlias and Baby's breath made up the  centerpiece arrangements.
Amy's mother handmade 150 jam jars for the guests as favors. A small black chalkboard said "Pam's Jams! Share the Love!" in bright, bold colors.
The dinner was a classic barbeque with a large charcuterie spread. The open bar included four craft beers and an old fashioned cocktail.
Small candle votives were placed on top of colorful floral handkerchiefs as a base for the centerpiece arrangements.
Amy's mother handmade 150 jam jars in different flavors, adding a personalized, DIY touch to the favors.