A Modern Mountain Wedding at Jay Peak Resort in Jay, Vermont

Erik proposed to Abbie on their four year anniversary. On the way out to dinner, Erik "forgot" his backpack at their old apartment (they were in the p

Erik proposed to Abbie on their four year anniversary. On the way out to dinner, Erik "forgot" his backpack at their old apartment (they were in the process of moving) so the couple stopped by his apartment--which had been completely transformed to look like a London restaurant complete with a waitress with a British accent to wait on them! At the end of the night, Erik urged Abbie to open her mint candy and inside was a hand written note and when Abbie looked up, Erik was down on one knee. The couple got married at Jay Peak Resort. A color palette of navy and green with a few touches of pink helped bring out the modern and unique vibe the couple wanted at their wedding. Escort cards attached to green apples and jars of fresh green fruit used as centerpieces added a fun, creative touch to the decor. Erik designed all the stationery and signs, which added a personal touch to the decor, too. Cupcakes were served for dessert, and bags of buttered popcorn and M&Ms were given out as favors--a nod to the fact that the couple met working at a local movie theater. The couple shared their first dance to "Better Together" by Jack Johnson, and then used the record as a unique guestbook! "There were many small details and tons of DIY touches that our guests seemed to notice and appreciate," Abbie says.

The groomsmen wore gray suits with bold navy ties, and white rose boutonnieres.
Striped Invitation Suite with Ampersand Decor
Jay Peak Gondola Lift
White Flowing Ballgown
The groomsmen look was very casual--light gray suits with navy ties and navy Adidas, Erik's favorite shoe.
The bridesmaids wore navy cocktail length strapless dresses paired with Toms wedges. The white paper parasols they carried added a romantic touch to their look.
Blue paper fans were displayed in green and blue baskets at the outdoor ceremony with a small sign that said "Keep Cool and Bug Free."
Jay Peak Mountain Ceremony
A green mailbox with the couple's surname on it was used for cards and gifts at the reception.
Navy lettered white tags were attached to fresh green apples for the unique (and delicious!) escort cards.
As a nod to the fact that the couple met working in a movie theater, bags of popcorn were displayed in green baskets and given out as favors.
A large pink Gerber daisy stood on top of a jar of green apples for the unique centerpieces.
Mini Cupcake Tower
A small green and white striped sign let guests know the variety of flavors available on the mini cupcake tower.
Jar of Green Candies
The couple shared their first dance to a Jack Johnson song--so the couple decided to have the actual record be the guestbook!