Indie Woodland Wedding: Amanda + Andrey

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Happy Monday, friends! We’re kicking off the week with Amanda + Andrey’s  gorgeous, indie woodland wedding which took place at The Mountain House nestled in the picturesque Adirondack mountains. Amanda designed all of the flower arrangements herself using dried flowers and displayed them in specialty beer bottles, as a nod to one of Andrey’s favorite pastimes: home beer brewing! I love their hand-stamped paper goods and Amanda’s adorable Leanne Marshall dress. And the pops of mustard yellow throughout is such a fun touch! Here’s more from Amanda on the meaning behind their location:

The Adirondack Mountains are a very important place in our lives. I’ve vacationed there every summer my entire life and my husband has been hiking its peaks since college. We’re aspiring 46’ers and frequently spend our weekends hiking and exploring there. We knew we wanted to capture the spirit of these mountains in our day.

Big thanks to Pat Furey Photography for sharing these gorgeous images with us today and congratulations to Amanda + Andrey!

indie wedding invitation

floral wreath

wildflower bouquet

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

greenery arbor

wedding sign

outdoor ceremony

outdoor ceremony

bride

Our Musical Choices

Processional: Razzle Dazzle – Camera Obscura

Recessional: I Can See the Pines are Dancing – AA Bondy

First Dance: Singularity – Bright Eyes

outdoor ceremony

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Adirondack Mountains Wedding


I’m always a fan of bikes at a wedding! Amanda + Andrey rode off on their bikes as part of their recessional…so fun!

bride and groom bike exit

bride and groom bike exit

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

flower crown


These post-ceremony portraits by Pat are pretty killer, right?!

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Adirondack Mountains Wedding

Adirondack Mountains Bride

groom

Adirondack Mountains Wedding


I love the festive way they decorated the tent with petite, colorful bunting, apple place cards + dried wildflowers. The laid-back decor worked perfectly with the rustic surroundings.

amber colored vases

apple place card

naked cake

bride and groom

Our Favorite Memory From The Wedding

In the middle of our dinner reception the sky was swirling with black clouds and we could see rain falling on the peaks in the distance. My husband and I escaped for a bit to take in the breathtaking view and just absorb the magnificence of the moment. Not a drop fell on us.

bride and groom

tent reception

Our Advice To Those Planning Now

Planning your wedding is a special time that should be fun. Enjoy the time you have being engaged, and enjoy planning together! My husband and I worked on a lot of our wedding projects together, and it's those times that I'll also cherish as making our day that much more meaningful.

photography: Pat Furey Photography with Claire Hudson // venue: The Mountain House Keene, New York // floral design: DIY with Dried Flowers Direct (We used flowers that have significance in our lives and displayed them in specialty beer bottles we had (my husband is an avid homebrewer) // wedding dress: Leanne Marshall’s Ellie Long // shoes: Swedish Hasbeens Lacy Sandal // groom suit: J.Crew Ludlow  // bowtie: Fox & Brie // paper goods: DIY with NativeBear stamps // catering + cake: Chair 6, Lake Placid NY

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