Backyard New Hampshire wedding with white and pastel florals and a dog of honor
Two weeks before their May 2020 wedding date, Carrie and Kelsey completely changed their plans. The pandemic required them to massively scale down their wedding, and they quickly shifted to an intimate elopement at Kelsey’s parents’ home.
The ceremony took place outside on the porch with their closest friends and immediate family, with their son making the day extra special. Other loved ones were able to celebrate the couple by driving by to say hello and “honk for the brides.”
The celebration was bright, filled with white flowers and a hint of pastel pinks and greens.
Even with the small number of guests, it was jam-packed with love and happiness. There was even a Dog of Honor!
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Photographer: Ali B Photography
DJ: Get Down Tonight Entertainment
Attire: The White Room; Vows Bridal
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