Real Vermont Farm Wedding – Zoe + Sean

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 in Real Weddings, Riverside Farm, Spring, Wedding Photography | 0 comments


 

Wedding season is in full swing at Riverside Farm in Vermont.  We’re excited to share our first Real Vermont Barn Wedding of the season, and so happy to be celebrating summer nights at our spectacular wedding venues.  How would you celebrate?  Cocktails on the porch at Amee Farm Lodge?  S’mores at a chic campfire by the Red Barn?  A family and friends brunch with farm fresh eggs from an on site Organic Farm?  These are just a few of the moments wedding photographers Rick and Paula captured at Zoe + Sean’s wedding.  We hope they inspire great Vermont farm wedding ideas.

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue

The iconic Vermont wedding venue sign

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue - Bride

The bride with flowers from Pittsfield Garden Center

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue - the dress

The bride’s dress hanging in the Riverside Farm Bride’s Cottage

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue - Wedding Meadow

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue – Wedding Meadow

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue - Classic

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue – Classic

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding Venue - Bride's Bouquet

Bride’s Bouquet – Pittsfield Garden Center

 

Fram Fresh Organic Eggs for the Wedding Brunch

Fram Fresh Organic Eggs for the Wedding Brunch – Sweet Georgia Ps

 

Farm Wedding Venue Detail - Place Cards

Farm Wedding Venue Detail – Place Cards

 

Vermont Wedding Venue Detail - Rustic Table Setting

Vermont Wedding Venue Detail – Rustic Table Setting

 

Vermont Wedding Venue Detail - Classic Chic S'mores

Vermont Wedding Venue Detail – Classic Chic S’mores

 

Vermont Wedding Venue - Evening at Amee Farm Lodge

Vermont Wedding Venue – Evening at Amee Farm Lodge

 

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or e mail liz@riversidefarmvermont.com

 

Venue: Riverside Farm| Catering: Noels | Flowers: Pittsfield Garden Center | Photographer: Cronin Hill| Music: DJ Dave and Duane Carlton |  Hair: Leslie Begin | Transportation: Gramp’s Shuttle

Vermont Wedding Professionals Mixer at Riverside Farm

Posted on May 15, 2014 in Behind the Scenes, Riverside Farm, Spring | Comments Off


Last night we had a wonderful evening visiting with some of Vermont’s top wedding professionals.  It was a great opportunity to share ideas and inspiration before the wedding season breaks into full swing.  Thank you to the Vermont Association of Wedding Professionals, to everyone who came to our mixer, and especially to Kevin & Katie from Vermont Farms Catering, Connie, Hallie & Paige from Occasions & The Linen Shop, Irene Maston of Irene’s Cakes by Design, Marie-France Eloi from Cuisine Lucette, John King from Gramps Transportation, and Dave Hoffenberg of Artist Entertainment Agency for bringing musician Ryan Fuller.  Here’s to a great season of Vermont weddings here on our farm and throughout the state!

 

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Guests arrive at Riverside Farm for the Wedding mixer

 

Wedding professionals arrive at our Red Barn

Wedding professionals arrive at our Red Barn

 

One of the beautiful desserts from Cakes By Irene

One of the beautiful desserts from Cakes By Irene

 

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

 

Another lovely dessert from Cakes By Irene

Another lovely dessert from Cakes By Irene

 

Amazing spread from Vermont Farms Catering

Amazing spread from Vermont Farms Catering

 

 

Marie-France Eloi from Cuisine Lucette

Marie-France Eloi from Cuisine Lucette

 

Mini Burgers from Vermont Farms Catering

Mini Burgers from Vermont Farms Catering

 

Sweet treats from Cuisine Lucette

Sweet treats from Cuisine Lucette

 

Wedding photographers at Riverside Farm

Daria, Courtney and Barrie – it was a big night for group selfies

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

Tom, Tim and Erlin – enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

 

Fresh Foraged Ramps cooked up by Vermont Farms Catering

Fresh Foraged Ramps cooked up by Vermont Farms Catering

 

Bar & Linens provided by our friends at Occasions

Bar & Linens provided by our friends at Occasions

 

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

 

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

Enjoying the company in our Red Wedding Barn

 

A summer evening with wedding friends at the barn

A summer evening with wedding friends at the barn

 

Coming back from the wedding venue tour

Coming back from the wedding venue tour

 

Jamie & Lindsey in the wedding meadow

Jamie & Lindsey in the wedding meadow

 

Ready for s'mores by the barn

Ready for s’mores by the barn

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

 

Classic New England Farm Wedding Details

Posted on Apr 17, 2014 in Amee Farm Lodge, Barns, Expert Wedding Advice, Riverside Farm, Wedding Barns | Comments Off


We’ve had so many amazing and creative couples married here at Riverside Farm.  They have each brought their own ideas and flavor to the barns and meadow where they are married.  Here are a few of our favorite classic farm and barn wedding details.  We hope they inspire your planning.

 

Chic Farm & Barn Wedding Inspirations

 

One of the great place to flex your creative muscle designing your farm or barn themes wedding is designing place and table card displays like this lovely moss garden or birch log setting.

 

Farm wedding details - moss placecards

photo Schippert + Martin

 

 

Rustic barn wedding placecards

photo Ampersand Photography

 

At Riverside Farm weddings custom signposts direct guests, but also set the country chic vibe.

 

Custom Riverside Farm wedding sign post

photo Jen Curtis

Our guests love taking photos with antique transportation, this antique Ford truck or go back farther..a horse.

 

Antique Ford Truck at Vermont Wedding

photo Karin Von Voigtlander

 

 

Vermont Farm Wedding Horse

photo David Murray

 

Another great touch, chickens, sheep and other farm themed images on your invitations.

 

Classic Vermont Farm wedding invite

photo Jen Curtis

 

Love this fun farm themed wedding idea, give the ring bearer or flower girls a little help with  a little red wagon.

 

Ring bearer with red wagon

 

Have fun with nostalgic farm themed wedding desserts like candy apples, pumpkin pie or fresh made donuts.

 

Farm Themed Wedding Desserts

photo Cronin Hill

 

 

Farm Themed Wedding Desserts

photo Cronin Hill

 

This is a great way to bring your old fashioned barn feel with you into the woods, hanging old family photos from the branches.

 

Barn & woods wedding details

photo Jose Villa

 

This Amee Farm wedding couple substituted a slice of a birch log for a wedding guest book.

 

Guest book made from a birch log

 

At Riverside Farm many of our couples choose to entertain their guests with s’mores by the campfire.  This a is a great classic New England touch.

 

S'mores at a Riverside Farm Wedding

photo Cronin Hill

If you’re planning a barn wedding in Vermont, you can’t go wrong including Vermont maple syrup.

 

Maple syrup wedding farvors at Riverside Farm

photo Ampersand Photography

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

 

 

The Best Vermont Wedding barns at Riverside Farm

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 in Amee Farm Lodge, Barns, Riverside Farm, Wedding Barns | Comments Off


Favorite Vermont wedding barn for Dancing

Riverside Farm’s Brown Barn, also called the Stone Well Barn (named for the stone wishing well beside it.) is a favorite spot for couples and their gusts to dance the night away during or after their wedding reception.

 

Best barn for wedding dances

Brown Barn at Riverside Farm – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Favorite Riverside Farm barn for hanging out on a sweet summer evening?

Wedding couples at Riverside Farm love to host their rehearsal dinner in our Red Barn, outside guests play lawn games, enjoy appetizers and later huddle around the fire for s’mores.

 

Riverside Farm Red Barn on a summer evening

Riverside Farm Red Barn on a summer evening – photo Melissa Mullen

 

Favorite barn for ladies to get ready for the wedding at Riverside Farm?

The bride’s cottage at Riverside Farm offers a cozy upstairs sleeping space, and downstairs the perfect room for the bridal party and friends to get ready.  With a mini kitchen, sitting space, mirrors and lots of natural light the bride’s cottage offers a peaceful place to get ready to the big day ahead.

 

Riverside Farm Bride's Cottage

Riverside Farm Bride’s Cottage – photo Barrie Fisher Photography

 

The guys favorite spot to get ready for a Riverside Farm wedding?

Hands down our groom’s cabin.

Riverside Farm Vermont's Groom's Cottage

Riverside Farm Vermont’s Groom’s Cottage – photo Romana Vysatova & Melissa Mullen

 

Favorite barn for grown up summer camp and slumber parties?

The White Barn (also called the Stables) features unique bunk rooms, amazing antiques and funky details and the perfect space for late night hanging out.  This is a favorite lodging spot for bridal party.

Riverside Farm white barn lodging

Our “White Barn” also called “The Stables” – photo Jasmine Lee

 

The most rustic barn at Riverside Farm.

The Amee Farm barn is a great place for smaller parties who enjoy a view of Sweet Georgia P’s  Organic Farm and their happy goats and chickens. It’s a great location for the true farm to table experience.

Amee Farm Barn

Amee Farm Barn, home of Sweet Georgia P’s Farm – left photo by Mary Dougherty

 

Favorite Farmhouse Lodging

It’s not a barn by a long stretch, but contains inside it a classic Vermont farmhouse. Now fully-restored the post-and-beam lodge features 15 deluxe guest bedrooms with wide-planked pine floors, hand-hewn wooden furniture, and private bathrooms with stone-lined showers.

Best Barn for lodging at Riverside Farm

Amee Farm Lodge at Riverside Farm – photos Cronin Hill

 

 

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

34 Classic Black and White Wedding Photos

Posted on Mar 23, 2014 in Amee Farm Lodge, Real Weddings, Riverside Farm, Wedding Photography | Comments Off


Rustic elegance, classic New England, Vermont farm chic – these are some of the terms people use to describe our classic Vermont wedding sites.  We think these 34 classic black and white wedding photos shot at Riverside Farm and our own Amee Farm Lodge show even better than words the charm of our Vermont wedding venues.  We are grateful to the inspiring couples, talented photographers, florists and craftspeople that make these spectacular images possible!

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W images

photo: Sabin Gratz

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W images

photo: Sabin Gratz

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W images

photo: Melissa Mullen

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W images

photo: Melissa Mullen

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Bride B+W images

photo: Barrie Fisher Photographers

 

Classic Vermont B+W images Men at Wedding

photo: Barrie Fisher Photographers

 

Classic Vermont B+W images Covered Bridge Wedding

photo: Susan Stripling

 

Classic Vermont B+W Covered Bridge Wedding

photo: Romana Vysatova

 

Classic Vermont Woods Wedding B+W images

photo: Adam Frehm

 

Classic Vermont Mountain Wedding B+W images

photo: Sabin Gratz

 

Classic Barn Wedding Dress B+W images

photo: Michelle Gardella

Classic Vermont Meadow Wedding location

photo: Andy Duback

 

Classic Vermont Meadow Wedding location

photo: Andy Duback

 

Classic Vermont Wedding - Groom's Cabin

photo: Melissa Mullen

 

Elegant Vermont Barn Wedding Site

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo

photo: Birke Photo

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - rings

photo: Birke Photo

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo

photo: Birke Photo

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo

photo: Dave Robbins

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo

photo: Dave Robbins

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo

photo: Dave Robbins

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - dress

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - Bride

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - toast

photo: David Murray

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - Barn

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - Bride and Groom

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - ring bearers

photo: Jose Villa

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - sparklers

photo: Jenny Maloney

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - barns

photo: Barrie Fisher Photographers

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - fun

photo: Barrie Fisher Photographers

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - bride

photo: Wayne & Angela

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - bride cottage

photo: Sabin Gratz

 

Classic Vermont Wedding Site B+W photo - covered bridge

photo: Romana Vysatova

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Real Vermont Farm Wedding – Summer

Posted on Feb 24, 2014 in Real Weddings, Riverside Farm, Summer, Wedding Photography | Comments Off


Wedding photo album

The wedding photo album

 

 

It’s always exciting when wedding photo albums arrive at Riverside Farm!  We love to page through the photos and see how each couple made our Vermont wedding location their own.  This week a beautiful album of Eliza + David’s wedding arrived full of gorgeous photos of this great couple, their friends & family, our wedding barns, meadows and cottages by Sabin Gratz photography.  If your planning a New England farm wedding we know these will inspire you.

 

Vermont wedding location

Riverside Farm – photo Sabin Gratz

 

The bride prepares in the Brides Cottage

In the Bride’s Cottage – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Wedding details - brides shoes

Wedding detail – photo Sabin Gratz

 

The wedding party surrounded by mountains

The wedding party – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Wedding ceremony in the farm's meadow

Wedding ceremony site – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Wedding ceremony in the farm's meadow

Wedding ceremony in the farm’s meadow – photo Sabin Gratz

 

The groom before the wedding

photo Sabin Gratz

 

The Vermont wedding venue - red barn and meadow

The Vermont Wedding – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Fun clothespin wedding table card display

Wedding detail – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Bride and Groom at the Vermont Farm
Bride and Groom at the Vermont Farm – photo Sabin Gratz

 

Venue: Riverside Farm | Catering: Delicata | Flowers: Pittsfield Garden Center | Cake: Cuisine Lucette | Photographer: Sabin Gratz Photography| Music: DJ Dave with Duane Carlton, Jamie Krents
& Dexter Lake Club | Make Up: Vivian Infantino & A SIgnature Day Spa | Tents: Weddings Tents & Events | Cake: A to Z cakes
To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

Winter Wonderland – Snow, Wedding Barns, Fences + Fields – February 2014 Riverside Farm, Vermont

Posted on Feb 21, 2014 in Behind the Scenes, Riverside Farm, Seasons at Riverside Farm, Wedding Photography, Winter | Comments Off


Days like today it seems that the wedding barns and meadows at Riverside Farm are even more beautiful in winter than any other time of year.  The classic New England barns, the traditional split rail fences, the Green Mountains and broad meadows blanketed in snows are so clean and white and fresh.  The classic New England scene makes  the interior spaces and fireplaces of the farm that much more inviting.  That is until spring comes and we decide spring might be the most spectacular season for a Vermont farm wedding … and then comes full summer truly the ideal season …. until Fall comes to Vermont and brings it’s spectacular color.  We are left to enjoy each season.  Here are some new photos of Riverside Farm from January and February 2014.

 

Classic New England Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 

Classic New England Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic New England Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic New England Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
Classic Vermont Farm Wedding site Riverside Farm, Vermont in Winter
 
To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

 

 

7 ways to flowers will improve your wedding

Posted on Feb 19, 2014 in Expert Wedding Advice, Riverside Farm | Comments Off


When designing your classic New England farm wedding the details can make all the difference.  Your wedding is an intensely personal day and an opportunity to share  a piece of yourself with your friends and family.  Flowers are a classic elegant wedding design element that blend beautifully with a farm or barn themed Vermont wedding while at the same time allowing you the opportunity to express your unique vision.  From wildflowers and yellow daisies, to pure white roses, to exotic orchids or fiery lilies here are 7 ways to incorporate flowers in your classic New England wedding.

 

1. The bride’s wedding bouquet.

Wedding bouquet

Wedding bouquet | flowers: A school House Garden | photo: Barrie Fisher Photographers

 

2. Decorating the wedding cake.

Flowers on wedding cake

 

Flowers on wedding cake

Flower decorated wedding cake | flowers: Pittsfield Garden Center | photo: Romana Vysatova

 

3. Natural flowers at your wedding site.

Flowers on the wedding grounds at Riverside Farm

Flowers on the wedding grounds at Riverside Farm

 

4. Along the aisle of your wedding ceremony location.

Flowers decorating the wedding ceremony

Flowers decorating the wedding ceremony

 

5. Bouquets for the bridal party & Boutonnieres for the groomsmen.

Bouquets for the wedding party

 

6. Centerpieces &  Decorations for the wedding reception barn.

Centerpieces & for the Decorations for the wedding reception barn

Centerpieces & for the Decorations for the wedding reception barn

Centerpieces & for the Decorations for the wedding reception barn

Centerpieces & for the Decorations for the wedding reception barn

Centerpieces & for the Decorations for the wedding reception barn

Centerpieces & for the Decorations for the wedding reception barn

 

7. A headpiece or flower crown for the bride.

A headpiece or flower crown for the bride.

A headpiece or flower crown for the bride. | photo: Pam Cooley

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or contact us by e mail 

 

 

 

 

Planning your wedding – the first steps

Posted on Feb 13, 2014 in Expert Wedding Advice, Riverside Farm | Comments Off


You’re engaged, congratulations!  Where do you begin to create a beautiful elegant rustic New England wedding?  We hope this post, the first in a series, will help you with the first steps.

 

Engaged at Riverside Farm

photo by Susan Stripling

FIRST STEPS
The first step in building your wedding plan should be securing your wedding venue.  Wedding sites are typically booked one to two years in advance, so you won’t want to wait too long.

 

Riverside Farm Vermont Wedding - Reception DInner

The Stonewell Wedding Barn at Riverside Farm – photo Barrie Fisher Photographers

 

WHAT SHOULD YOU CONSIDER
What should you consider when choosing your New England wedding location.  Our first piece of advice may not be what you expect.  The most important factor in choosing your wedding location is that you LOVE it!  Everything else in your wedding plan will be influenced by the wedding venue, look at photos, visit the site, talk to the planning team and just make sure the wedding location you choose feels right.  Not all Vermont or New England  “wedding barns” are alike.

 

On a practical note you’ll need to decide how many guests you expect.  If you’re planning a destination Vermont wedding find out about lodging options and about locations available for each of your wedding weekend events. A typical destination wedding at Riverside Farm will feature:

 

*A welcome dinner (often our Red Barn)
*A space for the bridal party to prepare (our quaint red Bridal suite cottage)
*A space for the groomsmen, family and friends to get ready (our rustic woodsy Grooms Cabin )
*A ceremony site (we have several beautiful wedding ceremony spots indoors in our barns and outdoors in our meadow or woods)
*A  cocktail hour (weather permitting a tent in our meadow is lovely for this)
*A reception dinner and dancing (often in our own Stonewell Barn)
*A farewell brunch

 

Vermont Wedding Location - The Red Barn at Riverside

The “Red Barn” at Riverside Farm – photo Riverside Farm

 

Getting ready for the wedding in the Bridal cottage at Riverside Farm

The Bridal cottage at Riverside Farm – photo Melissa Mullen

 

The woodsy Groom's Cabin

The Groom’s Cabin – photo Dave Robbins

 

Outdoor wedding site surrounded by the Green Mountains

Our Vermont Wedding Meadow – photo Pam Cooley

 

Elegant Vermont Wedding Reception Site

Riverside Farm’s Stonewell Barn – photo Jose Villa

You may also plan seasonal activities based on the interests of your guests, from tubing down the white river to a Golf or ski outing, to a last minute DIY craft session by a cozy fire.  Once you’ve chosen your perfect Vermont Farm wedding location and secured the date you can take a deep breath and start to think about your guest lists and vendors.  We’ll talk about that in out next post.

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or e mail liz@riversidefarmvermont.com

 

 

 

Choosing the perfect location for your Wedding portraits

Posted on Feb 11, 2014 in Expert Wedding Advice, Riverside Farm, Wedding Photography, Winter | Comments Off


Written by Photographer Jasmine Lee.

Your wedding is one of the most important days in your lives and what better way to preserve these memories than through beautiful photographs. I believe a photographer is an imperative vendor to have for your wedding because they will capture your very special day. Your wedding will flash by in an instant and I imagine you’ll want to remember everything. Along with capturing candid photos, a photographer will also capture portraits throughout the day.

I recently had the pleasure of visiting all of Riverside Farm’s properties and I must say it is a photographer’s visionary dream. There are endless locations that can be used for portraits on the property of Riverside Farm. When it comes to searching for the best locations for photos, I’d like to dig a little deeper in a few elements that makes a beautiful photograph: location, lighting, and minimal distractions.

Location
The location in your photos will help tell your story and spark interests. It can be anything from Riverside Farm’s open fields, their barn doors, or the pathways along the venue.

 

Wedding portrait locations - Riverside Farm

Wedding portrait locations – photographer Jasmine Lee

 

Wedding portrait locations - Riverside Farm archway

Wedding portrait locations – photographer Jasmine Lee

 

Lighting
Lighting is crucial for photography. Without light, a photo cannot be made! If you’re a bride who likes natural light, consider finding a location with shade whether it’s coming from trees or shade from the barn. If the weather calls for overcast skies, you’ll have even lighting outdoors and anywhere on Riverside Farms will make a perfect picture. If you’re indoors, indirect light from the windows will work great. If you like the look of flash photography, you’ll have the ability to take pictures virtually anywhere!

 

Wedding portrait locations - Inside Riverside Farm's Red Barn

Wedding portrait locations – photographer Jasmine Lee

 

Wedding portrait locations - woody path at Riverside Farm

Wedding portrait locations – photographer Jasmine Lee

 

Minimal Distractions
When picking out locations, it’s important to have minimal distractions in the photos. Make sure there are unnecessary items out of the photo, i.e., water bottles, chairs, purses, cars, etc. While it’s tempting to pick a location with various elements, sometimes it’s best to choose a background that’s simple. Remember, less is more! A compelling photo will have a subject that stands out.

 

Wedding portrait locations - Riverside Farm sign post

Wedding portrait locations – photographer Jasmine Lee

I hope this helps with choosing locations within Riverside Farms. There are countless possibilities to make gorgeous photographs at this venue.  Above all, have fun and make every moment count!

Cheers!
Jasmine Lee

 

To find out more about a wedding at Riverside Farm or Amee Farm call or e mail liz@riversidefarmvermont.com