Beth & Alex | Private Garden Wedding | New Hampshire Wedding Photographer

Holy amazingness, Batman!  Beth and Alex’s garden wedding was just to die for, and on this rainy Friday, who doesn’t need a little sunshine? Beth works with my sister-in-law as a teacher, and I was so honored that she and Alex chose me as their wedding photographer.  I knew these two were completely wrapped up in being with each other from their engagement session, so I was really excited for their wedding day.  And once I arrived, all of the perfect rustic details just made my head spin!  Beth’s mom and aunt converted their back yard into a total sanctuary for this wedding.  Take a look!

In lieu of a guest book, everyone wrote love notes to the happy couple on small stones for them to put in their garden at home.  Adore!I love when my brides let me take their dresses somewhere different.  Beth bought her dress on RueLaLa, and it couldn’t have been more beautiful.

Beth was surrounded by all of her closest family while she got ready.

Flowers by Steve made absolutely incredible bouquets.  I have never seen such rich and sophisticated arrangements!Meanwhile, just a flight of stairs away, Alex patiently waited for his lovely bride.

With as much grace as the sun setting over the yard, Beth made her way through the garden to her groom. This crew very quickly transitioned into party mode!Beth and Alex decided to wait until nightfall for their first dance, while their family and friends surrounded the patio with sparklers.  It was beyond romantic.Just before it was time for me to go, I was able to pull Beth and Alex into the garden for a few quiet night portraits.  I love the fedora Alex picked up at some point throughout the night.   Congratulations, Beth & Alex!  I am so honored to have been a part of your day, it was one of the most beautiful and personal weddings to be had!

  • Diane said:

    just amazing !!! blessings to you both.

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