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Mountainview Grand Wedding Photo - A Summer Wedding

On an absolutely amazing Saturday Megan & John were married at one of the most scenic venues you can have in New England, the Mountainview Grand Hotel in Whitefield, NH (www.mountainviewgrand.com).  

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Bridal preperation started in a causual way.  One of the cool things that Megan did for her bridesmaids was give them monogramed shirts and bags.  Its always fun to do something different to show appreciation. Megan also had a custom hanger done to hold her gorgous wedding dress

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The ceremony was made personal by having friends and family not only do the readings but also sing as well.

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The reception details where also important to Megan and John.  They are both avid outdoor people and hike quite a bit so for place cards John hand made all of the holders and each table was named for a mountain that they have been to.  Toasts were emotional and Jeff Lines from Holy Cow music (www.holycownband.com) had everyone dancing throughout the night.  Even a beautiful sunset!

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NH Images Photo + Video Named Best of Bride NH 2013

Fifth Annual Online Poll Celebrates N.H.’s Bridal Industry

NH Images Photography + Video has been selected by the readers of New Hampshire Magazine’s BRIDE as “Best of Bride 2013” for Photographer & Videographer!  The winners, who were selected in an online poll, will be listed in the next issue of BRIDE, coming in September, and on the website, www.bridenh.com.

“It’s the magazine’s fifth annual poll,” says Barbara Coles, editor of BRIDE. “We felt the poll was a way to recognize people in New Hampshire’s bridal industry who strive every day to provide great service for couples who are planning one of the most important days in their life. We also wanted to give those who benefit from the training, experience and expertise of wedding professionals a chance to express their satisfaction.”

The poll, which was conducted from the beginning of February to the end of May, had 45 categories.  New Hampshire Magazine’s BRIDE is published by McLean Communications, a media company based in Manchester, New Hampshire. Its other publications include New Hampshire Magazine, New Hampshire Business Review, New Hampshire Home and Parenting New Hampshire. McLean, which also specializes in event and custom publishing projects, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yankee Publishing, Inc., publishers of Yankee Magazine and The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

Marriage License Info for your New Hampshire Wedding

White Mountain NH WeddingNew Hampshire is a popular state to have a destination wedding.  From the seacoast, to the White Mountains and North Country, there are so many beautiful places to have a wedding here.  And once you've picked a location and set your date, you'll need to look into applying for a marriage license.  Here's some info I found on about.com to help you in your wedding planning.  Best wishes, Jaime.

New Hampshire Marriage License Information by Sheri & Bob Stritof, About.com Guide

Here's what you need to know and what documents to bring with you before you apply for a New Hampshire marriage license. We recommend contacting the City Clerk's office to verify this information and suggest that you get this legal aspect of your wedding out of the way about a month before your wedding date.

Requirements may vary as each county in New Hampshire could have their own requirements.

ID and Residency Requirements in New Hampshire:
  • You will need photo identification, such as your driver's license. If you are 25 years or younger, you may be asked to show a certified copy of your birth certificate. You will also need to provide Social Security numbers.
  • You do not have to be a resident of New Hampshire.
  • A marriage license in New Hampshire is valid for ninety (90) days.
Same-Sex Marriage:
  • Yes. Effective January 1, 2010, same-sex marriage islegal in New Hampshire. In the past, as of January 1, 2008, same-sex civil unions were allowed in New Hampshire. 
  • FAQ About New Hampshire Civil Unions
Previous Marriages:
  • If you have been divorced, a certified copy of your divorce decree is required. If widowed, bring in a copy of your spouse's death certificate.
Waiting Period and Blood Test Requirement in New Hampshire:
  • None -- there is no waiting period in New Hampshire and there is no blood test requirement.
  • Although the waiting period was cancelled in 2006, you may still find official county or city websites that wrongly mention a 3-day waiting period to receive your marriage license. You can read the documentation in Title XLIII, Chapter 457 of the New Hampshire RSA for the full text of the law.
  • If you have questions, we recommend that you contact the City or County Clerk where you want to get married.
Fees in New Hampshire:
  • You will need to pay $45 in cash to get married in New Hampshire.
Under 18:
  • The law is complicated in New Hampshire. Individuals under the age of 18 may not marry in New Hampshire without parental approval and a judicial waiver. Brides must be at least 13 years of age and grooms must be at least 14 years of age before their parents can apply for a judicial waiver.
Proxy Marriage in New Hampshire:
  • No.
Cousin Marriage in New Hampshire:
  • No.
Common-Law Marriage in New Hampshire:
  • Not if you are both alive. Common-law marriages are only recognized in New Hampshire at death for estate/inheritance purposes. (N.H. RSA. 457:39)

Officiants in New Hampshire:

  • Weddings can be solemized by a judge, supreme court justice, assistant judge, justice of the peace, priest, rabbi, or minister residing in New Hampshire. Non-resident clergy need to receive a special license from the Secretary of State.

Copy of Certificate of Marriage:

Bureau of Vital Records
6 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-4651

Wedding Photography Testimonial: Jen and Chris

Hi Everyone,

 I hope this blog sees you well.  Jen and Chris came in today to look at albums and pics and all that good stuff.  They were married last fall in Meredith, NH (Chase House www.millfalls.com).  We took some beautiful wedding photos and had a lot of fun in the process.  I am collecting and recording testimonials of couples experience with NH Images and there will be many more to come.  If you have any questions, or would like to talk with us further, please email info@nhimages.com or call 603.888.7204.  Thanks for reading and watching.

Wedding Photography at The Bedford Village Inn

Hi Everyone,

I hope this blog sees you well.  I am getting caught up on all the weddings that we have been doing.  This photo slideshow is from a wedding that we did in April at the Bedford Village Inn (http://www.bedfordvillageinn.com/).  It was a bit of a rainy day, but it didn't dampen any spirits nor did it dampen the creativity.  In the spirit of having candid and creative photographs it was a great day.  Congrats to Meg and Dave...we wish you a lifetime of happiness!



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