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