NH Elopements Offers Video Services

I had my wedding video taped in 1992. My father passed away a few years later, and this is the only footage that I have of him. My father gave a very touching speech at my wedding, which still reduces me to tears. So kind and so loving. A treasure that is priceless to me. Though I do have many …

Where To Stay

There are many options when deciding where to stay for your elopement. If you are traveling with children, some lodging options may be better suited for you then others. It’s best to check out each individual website  to get full details. Some offer elopement or romance packages, others have pools and spas. Splurge on a full luxury treatment, or enjoy …

Where To Dine

As a true native to the Mount Washington Valley I have either worked in, dined at, or sampled about every restaurant from Jackson to Conway. You don’t have to take my advice, but I’m a huge advocate of “buying local” and “dining local.”  The Valley Originals is an awesome website with loads of details on the local restaurants that participate. …

Activities for Winter Weddings

Winter is upon us and there are lots of fun things to do in the White Mountains while you are here. Not all “Elopements” are just two people. Sometimes there are witnesses, and sometimes a few extra family members. Whatever the group size, there are many ways to get out and enjoy your time while you are here.  That may …

Glen Ellis Falls DIY Fall Elopement

This late fall wedding at Glen Ellis Falls with Kim The JP was so much fun. The bride knit the grooms “I Do” socks, they also tied yarn around their fingers for rings as the ones they had made were not ready yet. I loved the fall kale in the bridal bouquet, and the fun “My Humans Are Getting Married” …

Fall Elopement at the Notchland Inn

Fall is a beautiful time to escape to tie the knot in the Mount Washington Valley. There is still wonderful fall foliage colors here in the White Mountains. This wedding  was at the Notchland Inn on October 8th 2014.

Wedding Shoes for Outdoor Ceremonies

If you are planning an elopement here in the White Mountains be sure to plan your footwear accordingly. If you are celebrating at a local Inn or B&B any type of footwear will suffice. If you are planning to hike in (even 500 feet) to your ceremony location, like here on top of Cathedral Ledge, or nearby at Diana’s Bath …

Outdoor Elopement Location North Conway, NH

One of my favorite spots for an outdoor elopement – Cathedral Ledge In North Conway, NH. Thank you Kim The JP for officiating a wonderful ceremony! For more ceremony locations and ideas visit Kim’s incredible website for sample ceremonies, vows, readings and more!

Eco Friendly Bug Spray For Your Outdoor Wedding

Avoid the After Bite! If you are coming up for an elopement and you want to head into some more wooded spots for photos, you may want to consider spritzing with some all natural bug spray (as to not discolor your dress or make spots on your suit). Black fly season is usually June and July and depending on if …

North Conway NH Wedding Dress & Formal Wear

Inspirations Bridal and Formal Wear is the premiere Bridal shop in Northern New England. Planning a small wedding or elopement in the White Mountains doesn’t mean you won’t have top vendors to choose from. Caitlin and team provide exceptional service for your dress shopping needs in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Inspirations has top designers to choose from and a large …

How Long Should My Elopement Ceremony Be?

Planning an elopement but not sure how long your ceremony should be? I’ve seen elopement ceremonies as quick as 6.5 minutes and as long as 30+ and everything in-between. There is no right or wrong answer. Local expert Kim Steward, “Kim The JP,” has a great website with helpful tips and information and even sample ceremonies! Give her a jingle …

Jackson XC Still Has Plenty of Snow!

Nordic Skiers and Snowshoe fans – time is running out! The snow is here, but some groomed trails may end soon. Enjoy the last of the season at Jackson Ski Touring!