SNEAK PEEK photos from Sarai & Bill’s amazing summer wedding! We had the most beautiful summer day which started of perfectly with a traditional ceremony at St. Rose of Lima Parish in Northborough, MA. When the ceremony completely, we continued on to their venue for formal photos, cocktail hour and reception. Harrington Farm in Princeton, MA is a gorgeous farmhouse venue with wonderful photo opportunities inside and out! I am always excited to photograph a wedding there and Sarai & Bill’s special day was no exception!
For some couples it’s a worst case scenario, but for a professional wedding photographer a rainy day wedding is seen as an opportunity. First off, it is so rare that a rain event on a wedding day is so torrential that the idea of doing some photos outside is completely off the table – I would say this happens to me maybe once a year. And this rule certainly applied at Maureen & Christopher’s Spring wedding at Waterville Valley Conference & Event Center in Waterville Valley, NH. Though the family formals, the ceremony and reception had to be inside or under cover, we were able to use the beautiful scenery of the White Mountain National Forest and the Osceola Arbor as the backdrop to the “first look”, bride & groom portraits and wedding party photos.
Sunrise on Mount Washington in The White Mountains of New Hampshire is something I try to witness as often as possible. Three times a year I organize a photography session on the granite rock and every one is different in so many ways. This one was a calm, clear morning with the perfect amount of haze and soft clouds dotting the sky. The light was as breathtaking as the view in every direction.
Light is the secret to the beauty of late Fall weddings. The sun never really rises while sunset lasts half the day. Add in the stunning location of Whitney's Inn in Jackson, New Hampshire and you have a magical scene for a November wedding.
Bishop Farm Bed & Breakfast is the quintessential, tucked-away, New England wedding venue. Truly miles away from everywhere, the stunning grounds of this rustic barn wedding venue are yours and your guests and no one else's. Smartly decorated yet historically preserved, I personally have yet to find a wedding venue in New Hampshire that captures "rustic elegance" any better!
If a throw-back hotel was a throw-back inn that was a throw-back mansion you would be at Stonehurst Manor, high on a bluff in the heart of North Conway, New Hampshire in the Mount Washington Valley. Many details of the original home are intact making it feel as though you travelled back in time upon entering the foyer.
A location I have visited many times and have always dreamed of finding a bride adventurous enough to hike to down into the cavern created by Purgatory Brook in Lydenborough. The name comes across as a plot line in a horror movie, but Purgatory Falls is one of the most lovely, hidden gems in the woods of southern New Hampshire.