Megan + Tim July 19, 2016blog, weddingssouthern vermont wedding photographer, vermont photographers, vermont wedding photographers, vermont wedding photography, vt photographers, vt wedding photographer, vt wedding photographers, wedding photographer vermont, wedding photographers vermontjeff Megan and Tim’s wedding ceremony officially began when the co-bestmen walked down the aisle—Tim’s step-dad Rick and Tim’s and Megan’s Corgi, Stewy. Alex did a great job as ring bearer! Madie was the most thorough flower girl we’ve ever seen. It took nearly five minutes, but to everyone’s delight, she covered the entire bridal path flawlessly. Megan and her dad. Tim kept his eyes closed until Megan was beside him—his look of joy when he saw her for the first time was wonderful! The wedding was held at the Killington Grand Resort on a perfect Vermont summer day. Alex delivers the rings under Stewy’s watchful eye. A first kiss, a beautiful breeze, bright yellow sunflowers, and green Converse sneakers. A celebratory recessional. After the receiving line, Megan and Tim take a quick break to be alone together for a few minutes. Stewy waits patiently while his parents return from their walk. The ballroom was beautifully appointed, including these seed packets at each place setting. Tim and Megan love to dance, and did one of the choreographed scenes from Dirty Dancing. They were amazing! Members of the wedding party visit the head table. Megan’s sister Coleen tells some stories of growing up together, and of meeting Tim for the first time. Tim’s step-dad talks about his love for and pride in Tim. One of many poignant moments throughout the day. This was a blissful moment—when the ice cream bar was open for business. Megan with her grandmother. I’ve noticed that dads sometimes get a far-away look when they’re dancing with their daughter. It’s as if they’re looking all the way back to when they held them in their arms for the first time. Megan looks on as Tim dances with his mom. Did we mention that the ice cream bar was open for business? Why not hop on Killington’s Skyeride to zip 600 feet at 30 mph about 100 feet off the ground? In your wedding dress? Maybe so you can look like rockstars when you get off. A photographer’s dream is a beautiful bride with a gorgeous veil on a breezy day. Done, done, and done. Megan, Tim and Stewy, thanks for inviting Les and me into your lives on your perfect wedding day. It was a gift to be with you all!