Since I am currently on vacation visiting my family in New England, I wanted to give you a short list of some beautiful places in New Hampshire to get married. Whether you live in New Hampshire, or are a Floridian seeking a destination wedding, New Hampshire has a lot to offer! Granted, I could go on and on about each place listed, but let’s keep it simple so you aren’t reading a novel.
Wentworth by the Sea (A Marriott Hotel & Spa) – New Castle, NH
Constructed in 1874 by the Campbell family, this award winning architectural piece has been renovated to be a four-star hotel, flawless for weddings and events. This building holds a lot of history behind its walls and is located only an hour north of Boston.
Whitney Inn – Jackson, NH
Located in the picturesque town of Jackson, situated in the White Mountains, Whitney Inn has been a premier tourist attraction and resort since the 1840’s. This is a perfect place for a natural-intimate wedding, set in any season, of up to 125 people (or 200 for an outdoor wedding).
Stonewall Farm – Keene, NH
One of my favorite places to write about; this venue is situated only a couple miles away from my childhood home in the Monadnock Region. The farm was founded in the mid 1700’s, changing owners a handful of times; Stonewall farm is now much more than a working farm, but also teaches children about maple-sugaring and is a beautiful place to hold your special day!
M/S Mount Washington – Weirs Beach, NH
Did you ever dream about being married by a boat captain and cruising around New Hampshire’s grandest lake on your wedding? The M/S Mount Washington will host your event and cater up to 500 guests as you float around Lake Winnipesaukee. Talk about unforgettable, as you gaze at the majestic New England scenery.
Omni Mount Washington Resort and Hotel – Bretton Woods, NH
I simply cannot forget to mention the Mount Washington Resort; words aren’t really needed when you have pictures of this venue. This resort was and still is thriving; once hosting even Thomas Edison as well as numerous Presidents. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has also received a National Historic Landmark accreditation from the United States Department of the Interior. All history aside, this place is absolutely breathtaking. If you want to read more of it’s amazing history, click here.
Ok, so I went a little crazy with the pictures on that last one, but I mean who wouldn’t?!?! It’s absolutely gorgeous! So instead of a novel…. you had the opportunity to look through an extra long picture book. But now you’ve seen where my natural roots are… even though I like to claim I’m a Floridian. If you want help planning a wedding or event, be it in New Hampshire, Florida, or somewhere completely different, I would be honored to help you! Click on the contact tab, and I will get back to you as quickly as possible!