George & Catherine | Forever In The Berkshires

As the harvest moon set, dawn rose and lifted the mist off of the yellowing and orange speckled autumnal mountains that hug the quintessential New England bed and breakfast setting for George and Catherine’s nuptials. They vowed their forevers in the Berkshires, at The Old Inn, an 18th century estate built in 1760, as little yellow maple leaves danced their way from the tip-top of their summer’s keep to the feet of Catherine and George’s most dearly beloved that had gathered under the dappled shade.

After their intimate ceremony, they went to Gedney Farm, modeled after French Normandy barns, to walk the property and enjoy dinner together as a newly joined family. Gedney Farm really showed off, donned in her fall colors.

Your wedding day was the most serene and tranquil, Catherine and George, delighting all five senses in a way I don’t think I’ve experienced before with a wedding- not even my own. May the sounds of the wrestling leaves, the smell of the Berkshires in fall, the way the light danced beneath the golden tree you exchanged your vows,

may it all be burned into your hearts forever with euphoria.




Catherine hand-made her bouquet, their wedding program, and their rustic birch altar. Impeccably so, I might add.

Ceremony- The Old Inn, New Marlborough MA

Reception- Gedney Farm, New Marlborough, MA

Officiant- The Rev. Bernard Poppe of All Saints Episcopal Church

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