Divinity

Built in 1807 for entrepreneur David H. Sumner, The Sumner Mansion Inn in Hartland, Vermont was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988 and is recognized as one of the finest Federal Mansions in New England to survive from the early 19th century. “The history, the bold colors and décor of every room inspired me to capture the images that would bring us back in time,” says photographer Lis Oliveira. Oliveira envisioned an elegant spring wedding for this stylized shoot, which she calls “Divinity,” drawing on a color palette of fuchsia and green mixed with metallic copper and gold tones. A highlight of the shoot included photographing an original gown designed for Jacqueline Kennedy. “Just to think she tried it on during the design process was enough to make my heart beat fast just by looking at it.”


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Featured Vendors:

Photography

Lis Oliveira ~ Lis Photography

Event Designer + Planner

Jaclyn Watson Events

Rentals

Vermont Tent Company

Floral Design

Creative Muse Floral Designs

Stationery

Admire Design

Catering

Guided Pear

Specialty Chargers

Red Bliss

Favors

Red Kite Candy

Videography

Todd Stoilov Films

Bridal Gowns

A Little Something White Bridal Couture

Menswear

Men’s Wearhouse

Custom Shoe

Danielle Aspinwall ~ Couture Jewelry Boutique

Hair + Makeup Styling

Jessica Pelkey ~ Salon Elixir

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