Vermont Farm Wedding Photographers experience a wide variety of exceptional venues. One of the most charming for Vermont Farm Wedding Photographers is the Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm. The Quechee Inn was built in 1793 and since that time has been expanded and modernized. The historic residence now includes 22 guest rooms, 3 suites, a fine dining area, and a common room for guests. The estate is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and maintains its 19th century charm, while embracing its modern luxuries. One of the most notable aspects of a Quechee Inn wedding is the Queen Anne furnishings and period antiques that adorn each of the guest rooms. In this photo from a Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm wedding, the bride stands alone in one of the guest rooms, looking into a full length mirror. This moment was captured just after the bride had finished preparing for the day. Her dark hair has been swept into an elegant bun that rest at the nape of her neck, slightly toward her left ear. For the most part her makeup is done simply, accentuating her natural beauty, with bold, dark red lipstick adding a pop of color. Her petite figure is framed by the antique, wooden stain of the mirror. The bride wears a graceful, white gown with long sleeves and a high neck. It is a lovely dress that highlights the bride’s features, and will keep her warm when she steps out into the cool fall air.