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Real Wedding at The Mount: Joanna and Matt

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Today I am bringing you a beautiful wedding from early June. Joanna and Matt were so fun to work with. I loved their vintage style and attention to detail. They created a wedding that was filled with classic beauty while also managing to subvert some old traditions. Parasols instead of bouquets? Brilliant! Mini gourmet cupcakes instead of wedding cake? So cute!

Joanna was drawn to The Mount because it fit her theme of Spanish, vintage elegance perfectly, and she had a personal connection to the estate:

“The Mount is absolutely breathtaking- it is the venue of a fairy tale wedding. I grew up coming up to the Berkshires in the summer and even acted on the grounds when Shakespeare and Co was here!”

The best part of this wedding was that everyone had so much fun, just check out these dynamic photos from Michael Bloom Photography. All smiles!

Cheers,

Grace

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From Joanna:

“The day of the wedding could not have been more magical. We thought it was the best wedding we have ever been to! We had an enormous amount of fun and literally danced the night away! Everything from the venue to the wonderful people who work there, to our florist, photographer, videographer, and Rabbi was perfect.”

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Real Wedding at The Mount: Michelle and Augustin

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Today I’d like to share with you the first wedding of our 2014 season. This wedding stands out for me for a couple of reasons. Firstly, Michelle and Augustin were so wonderful to work with. They were both exuberantly excited and level-headed at the same time. They approached the many challenges of planning a wedding for almost 300 people, coming from very different cultures and traditions, with the same poise and creativity that they bring to their professional lives.  By the way, if you are travelling anytime soon check out Michelle’s site Untapped Cities to uncover places that you’d never find in a guidebook.

It was the biggest wedding we’ve ever hosted, with a guest list of 275, it spread from the main house to a tent site next to the Stables.  This model allowed Michelle and Augustin and their guests to experience the classic architecture of The Mount and then transition to a more personalized space.

The final thing that made a lasting impression on me was how much fun everyone had! It was a celebration bursting with culture, class and color. I don’t want to spoil any more details though, because Michelle has given us a beautiful account of the day. So read on to hear Michelle’s point of view and take in some dynamic shots by Jane Hu and Steven Wu. And if that’s not enough for you, check out their adorable wedding video from Will Ellis.

Cheers,

Grace

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From Michelle:

“Augustin and I met by chance while backpacking in Santa Cruz, Bolivia in 2009. I’m Taiwanese-American from New York and he’s French from Paris, so we really wanted a wedding that celebrated the multiculturalism and diversity of our friends and family, with guests coming from over 10 countries. Equally important was that the wedding be a real celebration–we believed it was possible to meld French and American wedding traditions together, and for formal and fun to co-exist.”

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“My wedding dress was custom made in Paris, but not because I was trying to be fancy. I used to work as a fashion merchandiser for brands like Calvin Klein and J. Crew, and I’m pretty well-versed in fabrics and production. It’s an incredible experience to be able to be a part of the evolution of a wedding dress. I worked with the fabulous Laurent Kapelski, a wedding dress designer in Paris, over the course of nine months every time I was in Paris for work, weddings or family. 

Custom design isn’t for the faint of heart or for those that want to know exactly what they’re going to get, though. In each meeting, we would push the design forward, changing fabrics, construction and details. After each meeting, there would be piles of tulle, feathers, silk and organza all over his atelier. But it was truly an artistic process, starting from the seedlings of an idea I had–that I wanted the dress to be architectural–and becoming the dress that completely represented me. My one criteria was that I wanted a dress that I couldn’t have imagined myself and Laurent took my ideas and created a work of art. The best part of the dress was that it converted into a fun, short version that I wore for the dancing part of the reception and I’ll definitely wear again.”

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“We also wanted our day to be as personal as could be, despite the fact that there were 270 guests. To that end, we used many vendors that were already a part of our personal creative network. When Augustin and I met, we were holding the same SLR camera, and we’ve continued to travel and photograph places in the same spirit as the first day.  

Our videographer, Will Ellis, is actually a photographer and videographer of abandoned places in New York City and runs the website Abandoned NYC. One of our photographers, Jane Hu, shoots mostly architecture and events like Burning Man and now, weddings. Steven Wu is a wedding photographer who takes striking street scenes of everyday life around the world.” 

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“It had always been a dream of mine to have my wedding at The Mount, the home of Edith Wharton. I studied architecture and urban design, and though Wharton is most famous as a novelist, her first book was on architecture. The estate she built was the culmination of her architectural principles and is a beautiful, Gilded Age home situated amidst the dense Berkshire forests. We also loved that Wharton had a strong connection to France. She lived in Paris and Provence the last four decades of her life and was awarded the Legion of Honor from France for her work during World War I. My family and I have visited the Berkshires in all seasons since I was four years old and I performed cello at Tanglewood when I was older. This is the place Augustin and I go to when we need to get away from urban life.” 

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“After a church ceremony at the landmarked Church on the Hill in Lenox, we moved guests by school buses (because yellow school buses are a big myth for the French!) to the main house at The Mount where we had the cocktail. Guests could walk through the house, lounge in the sitting rooms, take a tour with a docent, and explore the formal gardens and forests. 

I love rain and the romance it creates in beautiful forests, but we knew that most people do not! The weather could not have been timed better and while we had a romantic drive in the 1937 Rolls Royce in the light drizzle, the sun came out during the cocktail so that guests could fully enjoy the property.” 

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“The dinner and dancing took place in a sailcloth tent in front of the house stables. The tent was fully floored with barnwood, so we wanted something slightly rustic to strike a contrast with the formality of the house. Julie Seitel did a subtle tree-patterned lighting on the ceiling that referenced the trees installed inside the tent. ” 

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Crocus Hale Flowers did our flowers and table settings and immediately got that we wanted: something to complement the gorgeous location and house, not compete with it.” 

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“All the tables for dinner were named after places Augustin & I have traveled to together, and we had long tables to encourage more people to meet each other. I think my favorite moment of the entire wedding was the French style entrance we had. It’s not formal, in the American way, with introductions. The music blasts, guests get on their chairs and wave their napkins, and the bride and groom literally run around the tent holding hands. This moment really sets the tone for the rest of the reception.” 

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“Most importantly, it’s so important for the bride and groom to take moments for themselves throughout the wedding day and weekend. It all goes by so quickly and there is a flurry of activity around you at all times. Following great advice from previously married friends, Augustin and I decided in advance to sneak away throughout the festivities and have some time to take in the scene, rather than always be in the middle of it. I’ll always remember the magic of standing at a distance from our tent, with the patterned lights glowing through the tent into the dark Berkshire night, and seeing everyone jump inside to the music. All these people, united for one night.”

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“We were so lucky to work with Mezze Catering from Williamstown, who understood the process of working with both cultures (plus the Taiwanese side!). With their farm-to-table mission and hands on approach, Mezze provided not only amazing food but also a great wedding planning team. Our “cheese cake” was made by Rubiners Cheesemongers in Great Barrington, MA based on inspiration photos we found on Pinterest.”

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 “The cultural differences between French and American weddings are surprisingly striking, and we used humor to prep our guests in advance. There’s no wedding cake in France? We had a cake made of cheese rounds. French weddings go all night? We told everyone it was a competition to the finish, and guests rallied until the sun rose. There’s no maid of honor or best man in France? The bridesmaids all have to make a group speech, as do the groomsmen? Égalité is part of the French national motto, we explained. 

In contrast, the French couldn’t believe the concept of a rehearsal and were beyond excited to see bridesmaids wear matching dresses for the first time. And in case there were any missteps as the different cultures met, we let everyone know that Americans love superlatives (amazing, awesome) and that the French say pas mal (not bad) when they mean, Great!

We got married, but in the end, this was about bringing so many disparate groups of people together, showing them this place we love so much and having many cultures learning from each other

And to that I say: not bad, Michelle and Augustin, not bad at all.

Real Wedding at The Mount featured on Style Me Pretty

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Today I’m very excited to share this link from one of our favorite wedding blogs, Style Me Pretty! This classic all-white wedding took place just as the leaves were changing last year. It was a particularly appropriate wedding for The Mount because the bride, Karin Tanabe is a huge Edith Wharton fan and an author herself. Her new Novel The Price of Inheritance is getting rave reviews. So go check out Karin and her work and click the picture below if you want to read the Style Me Pretty write-up and swoon over some unbelievable shots by Sweet Monday Photography:

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Cheers,

Grace

Real Wedding at The Mount: Alexandra and Justin

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One of my favorite things about being an event coordinator at The Mount is seeing this classically beautiful home transformed every weekend to fit the bride and groom’s personal style. I’m a big supporter of the idea that your wedding should be about you. Your love, your commitment, your creativity, your culture, your favorite memories, your inside jokes; it’s your day! A day to celebrate all the little things that makes your relationship perfect for the two of you.

Alexandra and Justin gave The Mount a makeover that I’ll never forget. It was very important to them to incorporate  the time they’ve spent living together in Brazil, into the design of the wedding. When their florist, Lisa Brown of Dreamy Flower, told me that palm trees and vintage Brazilian cigar boxes would be included in the decor my curiosity was immediately peaked. With the added details of a Brazilian dessert spread and some impressive lighting design by Julie Seitel, The Mount became a South American villa full of friends and family celebrating something wonderful on a warm Spring night.

Enjoy these magical shots from ReadyLuck Photography and some thoughts from Alexandra on her favorite moments of the day and how a rainstorm turned out to be a blessing in disguise!

Cheers,

Grace

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Alexandra on why they chose The Mount:

“We chose the Mount as the venue for our wedding even before arranging to visit in person. A few photographs of the property alongside great reviews of the venue by past couples were enough to charge our imagination. Our choice was solidified further by the fact that the property has been lovingly preserved, is open to the public, and acts as a haven for the arts. The mission of the Mount and the personality of it’s former Madame (Edith Wharton) resonated with my family. We also love the Berkshires and wanted to share the natural beauty of the area with our wedding guests, most all of whom would be traveling for the occasion.” 

 

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Right before the ceremony a Spring rainstorm passed over and Alexandra and Justin had to make use of our rain backup location, the Stables. We always set up the Stables ahead of time for a ceremony so you can make that last-minute rain call if need be.

“For every bride that worries about rain, the Mount is wonderful. When planning my wedding I had my heart set on the romantic stone garden as the backdrop for the ceremony. However, on the wedding day rain prevented us from using the space and we had to move to the Stables. In the end, the Stables provided an unexpectedly intimate and beautiful space for the ceremony. One of my favorite memories from the day is of walking through the big stable doors into the ceremony with my father. It was less of a traditional procession, and more of an “unveiling.” And, unlike a traditional ceremony, I was presented facing the guests instead of walking towards them from the back of a room. I could see everyone in front of me so clearly, huddled together and smiling. It was a great way to be welcomed. At one point during the ceremony our celebrant asked everyone to close their eyes. It was a magical moment, filled with the smell of spring grasses and the sound of rain gently touching the roof.”

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“As much as the rain was magical for the ceremony, I was very happy that the sun came out to greet us right before cocktail hour. The Mount is so gorgeous I really wanted the guests to be able to wander the grounds…. and they did! Another favorite moment of mine was walking around the property of the Mount with my new husband, taking some couple photos, while watching our friends and family wander around and enjoy the late-afternoon sunshine. Some of our friends traveled internationally for the wedding, and it was a great opportunity for people to unite and catch-up after many years apart. I was happy to see everyone together, being social in such a relaxed and comfortable setting.”

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“The entire wedding was amazing and Justin and I loved every minute of the day. We also loved the dinner on the terrace, which we prolonged with some after-diner Speeches. This was a highlight of the evening for us, probably because a wedding is one of the only times in life that your loved-ones spoil you with such nice words and anecdotes. We were laughing and smiling the whole time.” 

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“The Mount almost offers too many options for beautiful settings, and it was challenging and very fun deciding exactly how to orchestrate the days’ events. I think one of the great benefits of this venue is that there are a thousand options for making an event unique to you and yours.”

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Real Wedding at The Mount: Maria and Thom

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This wedding is a real life fairytale! Maria and Thom transformed The Mount into what it used to be: a gilded age mansion lit up with the love of friends and family, the energy of a great party, and style that Wharton herself would be envious of.  Just wait til you get to the bridal portraits by the talented Alicia Daw, you won’t believe it’s 2014 and not 1925.

Maria was particularly awesome to work with because of her talent with design and her laid back attitude. Due to her years of experience acting and directing theatre she had a clear vision for the day and knew just how to make it come to life. After coaching actors through many opening nights she had the ability to let things happen naturally and not get too anxious about it. The show must go on! And it did. And it was gorgeous.

I don’t think I can do justice to the theme of the day, so I’m going to let Maria share her vision:

“I was picturing a wedding that was Great Gatsby meets A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Mount couldn’t be more perfect. The grounds are like something out of a fairytale, and then the mansion is refined elegance. We wanted it to feel like we were throwing a 1920′s decadent summer dinner party!”

Enjoy these stunning photos and reflections from Maria. As always feel free to email me at gleathrum@edithwharton.org if you have any questions about celebrating your commitment at The Mount.

Cheers,

Grace

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“I spent many Summers in the Berkshires working, and Thom and I spent a lot of weekends there as well, but we had never targeted it for our wedding. I had already viewed about 18 outdoor reception venues when I just happened to be in the Berkshires and dropped by The Mount on family day. The moment I walked onto the grounds, I knew this was the place I wanted to have my wedding! I hoped Thom would feel the same way. After strolling down the winding path and seeing the mansion before us, Thom said “I love it!” before we even got inside.”

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“I had no worries that even if it poured rain the day of my wedding – a fear of many an outdoor venue - it would still be absolutely beautiful. “

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“All our guests are still commenting weeks later how beautiful it was! And “magical” is the adjective we hear over and over to describe it.” 

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