Blush and Green Wedding at the Granite Rose

Sam and Steve tied the knot last Saturday with the most beautiful blush and green wedding at the Granite Rose in Hampstead, NH. While the weather channel predicted thunderstorms throughout the entire week before, the skies cleared up just in time for their late afternoon ceremony in the garden. You could feel the anticipation in the air as these two eagerly awaited the moment they could finally get married!

We started off the day at a nearby hotel, where the girls sipped mimosas in their robes while getting their hair and makeup done. I photographed Sam’s details there, including her sparkly white bridal Keds! From there, we traveled over to the Granite Rose for them to put on their final touches. The bridesmaids slipped into their blush colored dresses while Sam pulled on her princess-esque wedding gown, and her mom and sister helped her put on her jewelry and veil. Meanwhile, the guys were living it up in the groom suite down the hall. They put on their final touches, including their matching black and white sneakers and boutonnieres (which they needed a little bit of help pinning on, as all guys do 😂)

Their garden ceremony was the perfect mix of romantic and hilarious, complete with Steve’s friend taking on the role of “Flower Dude”! After the two said “I do” and shared a private moment, we hopped right into family photos. From there, we captured some fun shots of the entire bridal party, which was an absolute riot! Before Sam and Steve had to scurry off to their party, we spent some time taking romantic bride and groom photos in the back garden. I seriously could not stop swooning over these two!

Their reception had touches of a Disney theme around every corner, including Sam and Steve’s first dance song, “I See The Light” from the movie Tangled.  The speeches were tear jerking and laughter inducing all in one, and these two lovebirds wrapped up their big day with a full blown party. It was so nice to see everyone on the dance floor again after last year!

Here are some of my favorite images from this blush and green wedding at the Granite Rose…

blush bridal details

I loved her sparkly bridal Keds! Perfect for dancing in during the reception.

bridal keds

blush bridal details

bride getting ready portraits

spring bridal bouquet

blush and green wedding at the granite rose

Sam and Steve swapped letters to read before the ceremony- one of my favorite traditions!

bride and groom letters

bridal suite at the granite rose

bride getting ready

Steve’s grandmother popped in while he was getting ready- she was the absolute cutest!

groom getting ready

garden ceremony at the granite rose

Their flower dude walked down the aisle to “It’s Raining Men”, and if you can tell, he had a lot of fun with it 😂

flower dude

garden ceremony at the granite rose

garden ceremony at the granite rose

garden ceremony at the granite rose

ring exchange

blush and green wedding at the granite rose

wedding at the granite rose

blush and green wedding at the granite rose

blush and green wedding at the granite rose

groom portraits

bridal portraits

bride and groom portraits

bride and groom portraits

I love a good bridal jean jacket! One of my favorite wedding trends!

bride and groom portraits

reception at granite rose

blush and green wedding at the granite rose

Sam and Steve, thank you for trusting me to capture your wedding. It was an absolute honor to be a part of such a romantic, fun, and special day! I hope you two enjoy your happily ever after together as husband and wife ❤️

Vendor Team:

Venue: Granite Rose by Wedgewood Weddings

Photography: Allison Clarke Photography

Florals: Susanne’s Weddings

Baker: Jacques Pastries

DJ: Main Event

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June 11, 2021

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