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Category Archives: Nuptials

Married on Bondcliff

We just knew it. It was an inevitability. We knew that one day, someone was going to ask for it. They were going to say something along the lines of “we want to be married on Bondcliff.” To which we knew we would reply, “heck yeah!” For those not in the know, Bondcliff is a stunningly beautiful mountain located in the heart of the Pemigewasset Wilderness. […]

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Wedding at Mountain Pond

We hadn’t yet had a Wedding at Mountain Pond in Chatham, but on October 3rd that all changed. That was the chosen location for a young couple, Michael and Annamarie, to tie the knot. The knot, we might add, that will be a real bear to untie if they ever try since it got wet during their rainy-yet-still-delightful wedding. If you think we should probably be […]

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Writing Your Wedding

Most officiants will offer scripts for the couple to use as a wedding ceremony so as to provide some structure, clarity, and flow (short/longer). Many couples will opt for this route simplifying their lives and their day. Others, however, will choose to incorporate their own touches, apply special traditions, and add/subtract/modify the basic scripts offered, etc. While others still will want to start from scratch and […]

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Getting Married in NH

If you want to get married, New Hampshire is a great state to choose for your venue. From high mountain ridges to pristine shores, from clean mountain streams to tranquil ponds, and a landscape in between that inspires romance as much as it does adventure. The romance part, of course, is on you to figure out. But we can certainly help guide you on an adventure […]

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Just as Strong, Just as Long

The title “Just as Strong, Just as Long” is a quote offered by the groom’s mother based on the significant longevity of her and her husband’s — and father of the groom — marriage. We certainly hope it holds true and we wish them the best of success in their future together as husband and wife. The couple, William and Courtney, were married at Fall’s Pond […]

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Unforgettable Wedding

Elephants never forget, or so we’ve heard. Or at least that’s what we think we’ve heard, anyway. We don’t really remember. After all, we’re not elephants! And neither is “Elephant Head,” actually. This massive arete or buttress of rock stands its sentinel’s watch looming over the east wall of the entrance or “Gateway” to Crawford Notch and the State Park bearing the same name therein. This […]

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Real Forever

From the Foo Fighters song the couple requested, Everlong, this line stands out: “If everything could ever feel this real forever.” We get that. It’s best day of a couple’s lives and it raises that bar pretty high. Without further ado, please enjoy this video of their wedding, made and shared with the couple’s blessings — including the humorous bit where it’s realized that the groom […]

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Black Cap at Dawn

Before the sun and the birds, before the bugs, the dawn provides a fresh canvas on which to paint a new day. One might ask: “What shall we do today?” Hiking is an option. So is getting married. It’s nice out. We may as well do both, such as this mountain wedding atop Black Cap (elv. 2369′). This special event was officiated by Redline Guide and […]

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Glen Ellis Wedding

They considered moving locations, the rain was a terrible threat. They almost opted for a back-up location we suggested — the covered Swift River Bridge in Conway. Almost. Redline Guide and Justice of the Peace Mike Cherim suggested they don’t be too hasty in their decision. His reasoning: “Well,” he said, “There’ll be fewer people in the rain, no bugs, and the falls should be even […]

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This is just a short shout out/congratulations to a couple who just renewed their vows after 23 years of marriage. The original plan was to hike up to Black Cap, but the weather was pretty miserable: rainy and cold. The couple wanted to throw in the towel on that location, understandably. But they certainly didn’t want to throw in the towel on the event. Redline Guide […]

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Mountain to Valley

Expressive of a range, on June 26th, 2021, two couples were married in these juxtaposed places. Our Justice of the Peace Mike Cherim officiating both weddings, first married one couple atop Mt Washington, then a few hours later, and a few miles down the road, made the same connection with another couple in Waterville Valley beating out the rain. What follows are a few photos from […]

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To Aid and Abet

The couple stood before our Justice of the Peace, Mike Cherim, at a site they selected, Ripley Falls in Crawford Notch, ready to be married. Nobody was around because it was still early. Smart. The sounds of the thinning waters falling with a smack then cascading over the huge face of rock in the background were clearly audible. Otherwise it was quiet, still cool and bug-free, […]

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