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Winter’s Last Wedding

Jennifer and Karl — Married March 16, 2019

Unless we are called to officiate a sudden elopement, we just performed a final pre-spring wedding, and like the last, it was atop the 2800′ Mt Willard. Specifically we are referring to the wedding of Jennifer and Karl on Saturday, March 16th, 2019.

The mountain-top service was officiated by Redline Guiding owner and New Hampshire Justice of the Peace Mike Cherim, with photographic services offered by Redline Guide Álvaro Marques. The ceremony was at 9:00 AM so all met at the trailhead at 7:30 allowing for a leisurely pace as they hiked in together. The weather was a combination of everything it seemed, all rolled together into one; windy then calm, snowing then not, the sun trying to make a show every now and then. It was a pretty wild day.

The bride and groom loved it. It was, after all, their wedding day and it was perfect in every way. They wrote a beautiful custom ceremony as people are welcome to do when they ask us to officiate their nuptials. This included a traditional Celtic “handfasting” ceremony… though done in their own way, with Mike trying to add meaningful knots.

Here are a few photos of the morning.

Starting out. The temps weren’t bad, the winds were pretty strong though.

The hike in is pleasant.

Progressing upward.

Light at the end of the tunnel, their altar awaits.

Bride and groom walk the aisle.

This is cool.

She does. And so does he. Photo by Álvaro.

Mike officiating. Photo by Álvaro.

Tying the knot. Photo by Álvaro.

Subtle touches. Photo by Álvaro.

The happy couple.

Álvaro brings the sunshine.

Pine cones instead of cans. Nice touch.

And off they go. Happily, ever, after. Pretty adorable, we must admit.

Congratulations Jennifer and Karl! We wish you a long, happy life together!

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