Weddings

Out of town weddings, they have become a popular choice with today’s bride and groom. Going away for a wedding allows your guests to spend more time with one another and an opportunity to spend time with the bride and groom in a more relaxed situation than just the traditional few hours of a reception. The Jackson area provides a number of choices for wedding sites, from a new base lodge at the base of Mt. Washington to a Victorian Inn with its own wedding chapel (shown below). You will find wedding planners, sometimes known as innkeepers, willing to help you with every detail whether your planning a wedding for 2 or 250. Recommendations will be given for florists, bakers, photographers and musicians that best suit your needs and the property of your choice. Arrangements can be made for a horse-drawn carriage ride from the white-steepled church in the heart of Jackson Village. Formal photos can be taken overlooking Jackson Falls, on the deck of the base lodge with Mt. Washington in the background or in the award-winning gardens of a country inn. If you’ve always hoped for a country wedding, from casual to elegant, your dreams can come true in the Jackson area.

What You Need to Know…

The bride and groom must present a photo I.D. to a Town Clerk in New Hampshire to get a license. Your wedding can then take place in any New Hampshire town. If there has been any prior marriages, you must show a certified copy of a divorce decree or death certificate. This can be done anytime between three and ninety days prior to your wedding. The cost is $57.

Property Selection…

Here are some suggestions of area facilities to consider for your wedding, from the traditional to purely unique! Select any property link for a brief overview, contact information and a link to their own web site.

Check out these members to help with your wedding plans!

 

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