Jessica & Brett - Manchester NH Wedding

September 25, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Love and family was the soul of this wedding. Jessica was determined to have her New Hampshire based grandparents witness her nuptials to Brett and if that meant travelling from their home in Utah to do it, then that is how it would be! Favors, reception decorations, sparkly light and outfits were all driven from Utah to New Hampshire to create the perfect celebration for Jessica and Brett. The day was filled with tender moments of love and adoration and as Jessica was getting ready to exchange vows she was surrounded by those she looks up to: her mother and her grandmother. Jessica was dressed in a beautiful ivory lace low back dress fitting through the hips designed by Justin Alexander. The underskirt sported a slit revealing her garter, and western boots, as the lace cascaded over creating a train. 

The groom's niece played the piano as the bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. Vows were exchanged among thousands of twinkling fairy lights at the Stark Brewing Company, in Manchester NH. It was an emotional ceremony as the couple recited vows written from the heart bringing tears to many in the room. Jessica was escorted by her two sisters and Brett had his two brothers as groomsmen.

Everyone in the room watched on as the newlyweds danced their first dance to 'Die a Happy Man' -Thomas Rhett. The special relationship that Jessica has with her grandparents was witnessed again. Following the emotional father daughter dance and mother son dance; the bride requested a special song "Little things mean a lot" -Kity Caplin, for her grandparents, as they were asked to dance to their own wedding song.

This was a day filled with love and emotions from beginning to end. Congratulations to you both!

Venue - Stark Brewing Company (Formally Milly's Tavern)

JP - Danny Ladieu (family friend)

Hair and make up by Sadie Hilstead (Bride's sister)

Cupcakes -

Flowers - Jacques Flowers

DJ - Doug Boucher - Sowa Entertainent


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