With colorful prints, fun 70’s vibes, and a whole lot of pretty, this greenhouse wedding inspiration from Harlow & Dahlia Events captured by J. Harper Photography is an absolute must see! The vine covered greenhouse location is a dream and the perfect backdrop for the vibrant colors. I’m loving the mod styled paper goods, especially those tassle place cards!
Inspired by the likes of Stevie Nicks, amazing records and colorful patterns, this style shoot was a product of remembering the times where eclectic style patterns were all the craze. When I first visited the Inn at Burklyn, it’s immaculate elegance stood out, each of its rooms has a manicured style and look to it with beautiful patterns of wallpaper decorating each aisle. It was the magic of not being afraid of a cool pattern that inspired me to transcribe the amazing feel of the 1970’s onto the Inn at Burklyn and design a style shoot envisioning what a 1970’s wedding might have looked like at the Inn at Burklyn in picturesque Vermont.
Photography: J. Harper Photography | Venue: The Inn at Burklyn | Planning: Harlow & Dahlia Events | Floral: Blossoming Bough | Cake: Lucify Cakes | Rentals: Vermont Tent Company | Linens: Nuage Designs | Hair and Makeup: Amanda Hopcraft | Photo Booth: Photobooth Planet | Dress: Justin Alexander | Submitted via Matchology