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Vermont Bride LOOKBOOK Issue No. 11

Our Biggest issue ever - 262 pages! True Romance; Real Brides, Real Weddings share love stories in their own words. Rustic Barns, Mountain Vistas, Lakeside Love, & much more! From Spring to Winter – Inspiration for every season.

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WEDDING DATE: August 11, 2018
Erica & Jared Gordon - Vermont Wedding

The Romance...
Like many others these days, we met online—on Jdate. From reading his profile, I saw we had so much in common, from having gone to the same high school, to both having lived in South Florida. We began messaging each other, but our first date had to be put off because I was leaving for a trip with my mom.

Jared called me twice on vacation, and both times I couldn’t talk. I texted him to let him know, but was worried he’d think I wasn’t interested! I let him know I’d call once I got home, and I did. We set up our first date for Friday, October 2, 2015. We went bowling and split a pizza. I thought he was very cute and felt a connection to him right away. Early on, I have to say, I could see Jared being “the one.

After a couple months, Jared expressed his interest in looking to buy a house and wanted me to look with him and move in with him. Jared bought a new townhouse in January 2016, and we moved in together in July 2016.

 

Zara & Daniel Convery Australia wedding

The Romance & Proposal...
We met 4 years ago when Daniel came to dance for my Ballet School in Canberra.

It was Christmas day and he took me on a very long walk around a beautiful part of Melbourne. When we arrived back at his parent's house, he took me into a quiet room and knelt down on one knee and asked would I marry him. I cried and laughed and jumped into his arms. Mind you, at first, I was just as excited thinking he had adopted a dog for us and that I was going to get it as a present. But a diamond ring from my wonderful man more than made up for the lack of a dog that Christmas day.