Preparing for their Sugarbush wedding, Allie and Beth opted for an engagement session in Providence. The two live in the Rhode Island capital with their cats, playing football on the weekends.
When I think of a dream wedding client, meditating in a forest with a cup of coffee wearing my favorite flannel, more often than not Allie and Beth are the past clients that come to mind. In thinking of their wedding venue, the two picked Sugarbush Ski Resort for the relaxed vibe, and immersion in nature.
Sugarbush at Mt Ellen is the perfect wedding venue for your wedding celebration for so many reasons — beautiful base area, ski area, on site wedding coordinators, the whole entity that is Sugarbush Resort at your fingertips. Aside from the view over Mad River Valley, and the green mountains, Slide Brook Basin, the Gate House Lawn, and so much more, the ski resort itself has so many amenities to offer your guests that I KNOW Allie and Beth are taking advantage of.
Whether you’re going for a black tie affair or something more lax, Sugarbush is the perfect location for any wedding. With cocktail hours overlooking the valley, and a ceremony at Lincoln Peak, rehearsal dinners at Castlerock Pub or Sugarbush Inn, the surrounding area is stunning and your guests will love ever minute of the weekend.
Back to their engagement session…
Engagement sessions are a great way to share a bit of your love story with friends and family. That isn’t a hard thing to do, especially when you’re given a space to be vulnerable and feel comfortable to be yourselves.
I love getting a little contrast-y with your wedding photos by picking a location that’s very different from your wedding venue. In that vein, Allie and Beth chose to meet up at the Providence Pedestrian Bridge at sunrise, armed with coffees, for their engagement session.
We talked over Providence and met up at Blackstone Park for a little football. Talking about their cats and wedding plans we hung out together for a while and snagged some incredible shots just hanging out together.
Beth and Allie were published in How They Were Asked — click here to see the article!