A Historic Barns of Nipmoose Wedding in Buskirk, New York

For their fall wedding, Courtney and Tara wanted to capture the beauty of the fall season. The couple wed in Upstate New York at the Historic Barns of

For their fall wedding, Courtney and Tara wanted to capture the beauty of the fall season. The couple wed in Upstate New York at the Historic Barns of Nipmoose, surrounded by peak fall foliage. They worked with bunches of fresh wildflowers in deep shades of green, purple and pink, burlap and lace accents, vintage props and mason jars to create a laid back, rustic vibe that complemented the barn setting and country locale.

Courtney placed a photo of her mother in a long gold locket that she layered with a layered chain necklace.
Courtney and Tara shared an emotional moment when they saw each other for the first time before the ceremony.
Courtney's bridesmaids each wore the same strapless gowns with sweetheart necklines, draped bodices and cascading asymmetric pleats. Each of the girls wore a different shade of purple - dark plum, deep sangria and rosewood.
Courtney and Tara danced to Make You Feel My Love by Adele. The song had special meaning for them and they had always said it would be the first song they would dance to when they got married.
The couple paused for photos looking out at the distant Adirondack Mountains.
During cocktail hour, guests could sit outdoors and enjoy the fall evening sitting alongside a roaring fire.
Courtney and Tara selected and arranged their own bouquets. The rustic, wildflower bouquets were filled with pink sedum, scabiosa pods, purple fiddleheads, dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus, white astrantia, lenganosa, allium bullet, and kochia.
Courtney (a former pastry chef) made the wedding cake--a parsnip apple cake with maple buttercream. The naked cake with its unique flavor fit with the rustic, autumnal theme of the wedding.
Each table was topped with burlap table runners, mason jar centerpieces with small bunches of wildflowers, candles and small  bottles holding a single flower. Hand-calligraphed table numbers on kraft paper tags were tied around each mason jar.
Tara's dress was an ivory, strapless, mermaid gown with an embroidered leaf motif and draped bodice. She accented the gown with a burlap ribbon for a rustic touch.
Courtney and Tara's ceremony was held outdoors near the barns and in front of a cluster of tall birch trees overlooking by the Adirondack Mountains, at the peak of the fall season. There was a hot cider station for everyone to enjoy before the ceremony started.