Christine and Spencer were married on June 30th, with a ceremony and reception at Mount Sunapee Resort.
It’s not often that we get to see so many people from all over the country coming to New Hampshire, but for Christine and Spencer, the flood of loving, supportive friends and family members was amazing to see. Even though it was very, very, very hot and humid, nothing could stop the party atmosphere that followed Christine and Spencer and their friends as they celebrated the day.
We especially loved to photograph the flower girl, who was super cute. Almost every wedding has someone like her to completely steal the show and the hearts of everyone at the wedding. But that was typical of the whole group: nothing could slow them down.
My second shooter, Bruce Preston, and I photographed both Christine and Spencer as they got ready and then headed to a first look. The moment that Spencer saw Christine for the first time was unforgettable, as was the way he embraced her. This is what wedding photography is all about: those moments of pure, unfiltered emotion.
Mount Sunapee Wedding Photography
We also loved photographing at Mount Sunapee Resort. You could see for miles with the view, and any picture that shows off that picturesque scenery is among our favorites of the day. Can you blame us? While Mount Sunapee is often known as a skiing location, it’s also perfect for a summer wedding, with mountains in the background as well as a lake view that caught our attention as soon as we arrived to the venue. We would definitely love to come back here in the future and would recommend it as a great wedding destination for any future brides and grooms.
We want to wish Christine and Spencer all the happiness in their new lives together. Thank you for asking us to be part of your wedding memories!
Caitlin and Mike were married on June 23rd, with a ceremony at Fuller Gardens in Rye and a reception at the Victoria Inn in Hampton, New Hampshire.
Caitlin + Mike: Fuller Gardens Wedding Photography
These two began their love story when Caitlin moved to the same town as Mike. As Mike put it on their actual wedding day, he swooped in before anyone else could ask out this beautiful woman. It’s obvious that they’re both glad he did. The two of them are deeply in love and even have a baby boy together, with another one on the way.
We loved how they made sure to keep their whole family involved in the day. Lorenzo, their little boy, was the perfect ringbearer for the occasion. It’s clear that they’re ready to be a family of four, so we tried to capture as much of that love and excitement as we could as we photographed them throughout the day.
We were able to get some amazing pictures at Fuller Gardens while we were doing portraits. Thankfully, the weather held out for us just long enough for us to take full advantage of the beautiful spot. I can’t believe we beat the rain—the skies opened up when we weren’t trying to take those outside pictures, so we timed it perfectly. I’m particularly proud of the photo of the two of them through the tree branches. It just spoke to me—especially in black and white.
The Victoria Inn Wedding Reception
After the ceremony and wedding portrait photography, we headed to the Victoria Inn and Pavilion in Hampton for the wedding reception. The garden Pavilion at the Victoria Inn is a beautiful New Hampshire wedding venue, surrounded by fragrant rose bushes and lush greenery. There was so much love as friends and family celebrated Mike and Caitlin’s new adventure as husband and wife.
Mike & Caitlin, thank you for letting us be part of your celebrations. We want to wish you and your growing family the best as you take on the world together. From what we’ve seen, we know your future is bright.
Kelsey from Get Down Tonight Entertainment