New Hampshire Nautical Wedding at Private Waterfront Home

{Manuel & Kelly}

Some of our favorite and the most intimate weddings are those held at private estates or family homes. Our New Hampshire Nautical Wedding this past season was a quintessential at-home wedding with kicked up class and flair.

Kelly contacted us three months in advance of her August wedding, to be held at her father’s home in New Hampshire. “We decided to have a short engagement and we really wanted to get married in August” Kelly had told us. So we got to work on helping her and her father piece together all the essentials to craft their dream nautical inspired wedding.

What a wedding it was! Manuel and his family are from Columbia, so the evening started with batch speciality Margaritas {Original Lime and Jalapeño Pomegranate} and house-made Guacamole. Kelly’s grandfather is a musician, and brought along is Banjo/Bluegrass band to set the tone for a fun and down-home cocktail hour. Their wedding went off without a hitch. With ocean rock stones to sign for the “non-traditional” guest book, and a beautiful surprise candy bar a close friend brought as a gift, their wedding was one filled with true love and the celebration of family. The evening ended with a gorgeous fireworks display over Portsmouth Harbor as a final gift from the father-of-the-bride. How perfect! We loved every bit of it.

“It was love at first sight, at last sight, at ever and ever sight.”  – Vladamir Nabokov

 

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Wedding Planner/Coordination: Seacoast Harbor Events | Venue: Private Home | Ceremony: New Castle Congregational | Photographer: Kivalo Photography | Tent and Rentals: Sperry Tent | Floral Design: Sweet Annie Floral Designs | Catering: Fosters Catering | Band: Mirage Band | Transportation: Seacoast Trolley

Photo Credit: Kivalo Photography

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