Mount Washington Hotel Wedding Photography: Late Fall Wedding

This was such a fun wedding to shoot. Nothing compares to when our Clients give us ample time to get our job done! This was one of my favorite “First Looks” ever. I never talk Client’s into doing a “First Look” if they don’t want to, but as we shoot more and more of them and our Clients realize the effect on the logistics of their day, I have an increasing amount of positive stories to tell. A stress-free wedding day; more final images; more creative work; more time, more light, more fun!

The weather played an intricate role in our shooting locations for the day. I had visuals of shooting the First Look on the South Veranda, as this time of year it was chilly enough and on an “off-season” weekend where we had the place all to ourselves. With the entire area covered we were protected from the elements but still “outside.” I’m really happy with the way it turned out!

The following series of shots shows how awesome it is to have two shooters at the same moment. Two perspectives from two different artists:

We then had some fun utilizing the beautiful, antique, and classic decor inside the Hotel.

Brad Harrington designed custom floral arrangements for this wedding. Brad is a talented florist who customizes all of his wedding designs. He is truly amazing!

This Couple was married in the Hotel’s Conservatory.

The cocktail hour was in the Tea Room.

We snuck outside one more time before the reception got crankin’.

Brad did an amazing job of decorating the room. I know our bride was very involved in the conceptual process 🙂

This image below is one of my favorite images I have ever taken.

The Mount Washington REALLY knows how to light a cake. It’s a show-stopper at every wedding.

And then there was a PARTY!

What an awesome night! It was snowing hard on our way out late night so I turned Seth into a Human Snow Globe. Just for fun…….

One Response to “Mount Washington Hotel Wedding Photography: Late Fall Wedding”


    What a great Fall wedding! Love the little details: ‘Mr’ & ‘Mrs’ chair signs, gorgeous white and green centerpieces, brooch on bride’s bouquet – and absolutely love her coverup to pull the whole copper/brown scheme together. Thanks for sharing.

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