Married a couple at a home wedding in Nottingham, NH on Sunday. I always love going to Nottingham because I spent 14 great years living there – it’s quiet country living at its best. It was a beautiful day for a wedding – sunny with low humidity – I wish the weather could be this nice for all of my couples! Congrats Rachel & Alex!
Married a couple in a short ceremony with a few family members and good friends present on the beach in Seabrook on Sunday. Turns out the groom knows a good friend of mine – small world! Best of Luck Michael & Gina!
Dockside Restaurant, York, ME
Dockside Guest Quarters was the beautiful site of a wedding I did on Saturday. Each time I perform a wedding at the Dockside I always enjoy the great view of the harbor – quintessential Maine! Also got to work with my good friend, Photographer Ernie Osborn. Congratulations Lauren & Gary!
Greeley Park, Nashua
Did a wedding in Greeley Park this past Saturday. The sky was a bit threatening for a while, but it cleared out in time for the wedding. Best Wishes Patty & Lionel!
Strikers East, Raymond, NH
Performed a short ceremony for a couple upstairs at the Strikers-East Bowling Center on Saturday. The groom and most of his groomsmen were dressed in their navy blues. Best of luck Shauna & Paul!
Dell-Lea Country Club
Provided the voice amplification and an official pronouncement of marriage for a couple at the Dell-Lea in Chichester, NH on Friday. I do about one of these types of events a year. The bride’s uncle performed the ceremony, and I stepped in at the end to pronounce the couple officially “married.” Congratulations Abby & Adam!
Bethany Chapel, Manchester, NH
Bethany Chapel was the site of a spiritual elopement ceremony I performed this past Sunday. The couple said a prayer and lit a unity candle before saying their vows. This was the first time I had been at this chapel. It’s beautiful, and the perfect place for a small, intimate ceremony. Best Wishes to Janet & Jeffrey!
Sherry & Alan
It was a great day for a ceremony in Nottingham, NH this past Saturday. This was a cowboy themed wedding with a lot of people in attendance! In addition to performing the ceremony, we provided the music and the mics for voice amplification. The hit of the ceremony was Zipper – the couple’s Black Labrador Retriever, who served as a Bridesmaid. Congrats Sherry & Alan!
Three Chimneys Inn
Performed a wonderful ceremony at the Inn on Friday. The Bride sang a song to her groom on the way up the aisle. It was a surprise to him, and he thoroughly enjoyed it – as did I and the guests! There were three readings in the ceremony. The weather was beautiful for a reception out on the terrace. Congratulations Monica & Charles!
Kent House, Chester, NH
The Kent House in Chester was the site of a wonderful ceremony I performed this past Sunday. It’s a beautiful historic property, and the day turned out to be good weather-wise. The toughest part of the ceremony for me was pronouncing the Bride’s full name. Usually I’m pretty good at pronunciation, but this may have been the toughest name I’ve ever had! Still, I gave it the old college try and I think it came out OK! Congratulations Yulia & Tim!