When strolling the grounds before Natasha & Nathan’s Shelburne Museum wedding, we were struck by how amazingly eclectic the site is. You have a merry-go-round. Barns. Groves of trees. Historic buildings. A covered bridge. And a BIG boat.
The Steamboat Ticonderoga was built in 1906, and after nearly half a century of use, it was transported to its present Vermont location in 1955. Now, guests can tour the steamboat, and celebrate a wedding day. Natasha & Nathan took advantage of everything the Ticonderoga has to offer – dancing on deck and enjoying dinner on the stern. Oh, and dinosaurs. These friendly favors kept making appearances, so we enlisted the for a little staged shoot at the end of the night … Congrats Natasha & Nathan!
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