Performed a Classic Spiritual Wedding Ceremony for a great couple at the Granite Rose on Thursday afternoon. It was relatively cold and windy, but the couple’s love kept them and everyone in attendance warm! The ceremony featured personal vows and a unity candle ritual. Because of the aforementioned wind, the candles could not be lit, so we conducted a symbolic lighting. About 75 were in attendance. Colors were royal blue and white. Best wishes Ryan & Angela!
Dell-Lea Weddings & Events, Chichester, NH
Performed a Classic Wedding Ceremony for a wonderful couple at Del Lea on Saturday afternoon. The ceremony featured personal vows which the couple read to each other and a Unity Sand Ceremony. There was an active wind, so I, the groom, and the groomsmen spent some time ahead of the ceremony buffering the sand ceremony vessels against the wind. It worked well, as all three vessels withstood the wind gusts and stayed upright for the entire wedding. The ceremony also featured two cute ring bearers who brought the rings to the front of the ceremony in “Ring Security” cases! Colors were dusty blue and gray. All the Best Sean & Lindsay!
Great Island Common, New Castle, NH
Married a great couple with a Spiritual Elopement Wedding Ceremony at the Common on Friday afternoon. It was breezy and a bit cool, but otherwise the weather was cooperative. Congratulations M & E!
Viewpoint Hotel, York, Maine
Performed a Classic Wedding Ceremony for a wonderful couple in front of about 10 guests at the Viewpoint Hotel on Tuesday afternoon. The original plan was to be outside, but it was quite cold and windy, so the couple opted to have the ceremony indoors. The hotel graciously provided a beautiful room for the wedding in a separate building on the grounds. The couple recited their own personal vows as well as traditional vows. Best wishes Norman & Ana!
McDonnell Conservation Area, Exeter, NH
Just prior to being out of the office last week, I presided over two elopement weddings at the Conservation Area. Both were on Friday the 9th, and both were held in the rain. In fact, the groom for the second wedding ended up being nice enough to hold an umbrella over the heads of the first couple, so they could keep dry during their vows! Now, by the time the second wedding began, a thunderstorm was directly overhead, and it was pouring. Regardless, beside having a difficult time keeping the paperwork dry, both ceremonies were perfect. If it’s true that rain on your wedding day means good luck, then these couples will have very lucky marriages! All the Best B & L, and W & C!
Wedgewood Granite Rose, Hampstead, NH
Married a great couple with a Classic Wedding Ceremony in front of about 90 guests at the Granite Rose on Friday evening. The couple created and read their own custom vows and also recited traditional vows. The weather was cool but pleasant. Best Wishes Billy & Colleen!