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A Natural Outdoor Wedding at Dartmouth Outing Club in Hanover, New Hampshire

Natalia and Dan wanted their wedding to be a reflection of who they were and what they care about--and two of the biggest things they love are local f

Natalia and Dan wanted their wedding to be a reflection of who they were and what they care about--and two of the biggest things they love are local food and bountiful, immersive nature! The outdoor wedding overlooked the gorgeous Hanover area, and a color palette of baby blue, sage green, light purple, clementine orange and warm yellow brought out the beauty in their natural, outdoor setting.

The bridesmaid bouquets were a bright mix of ranunculuses, garden roses, astilbe and lilies.
Dan's seven groomsmen wore classic black tuxedos with black bow ties.
The outdoor reception took place next to a gorgeous lake.
A small chalkboard sign with Find Your Seat! was displayed on the escort card table.
Small jars of local honey were given to the guests as favors.
The single-tier cake was decorated with fresh wildflowers.
The signature cocktail was a basil margarita.
We wanted our ceremony to be a reflection of our spiritual journey, relationship to God and to family, Natalia says of their traditional ceremony.
A yellow and cream rose were tied together with a lavender ribbon for the boutonniere.
Natalia designed all the stationery herself--the invitations featured a hand-watercolored ferns in metallic colors.
The chalkboard table numbers were stuck in small, potted rosemary plants.
Natalia's wild, textured bouquet featured garden roses, astilbe, Queen Anne's lace, scabiosa and ranunculuses.
Dan designed Natalia's engagement ring, drawing inspiration from the antique Polish designs in the jewelery Natalia loved.
Natalia wore her hair in a loosely twisted bun at the nape of her neck.
The bridesmaids picked their own style of gown in gorgeous shades of mint and champagne.
Key Lime pie cups were offered to guests for dessert.
Natalia designed all the wedding stationery and a family friend helped the couple print the ceremony programs.
Small arrangements of wildflowers were displayed in glass bottles, giving the centerpiece decor a unique, natural touch.