Angela & Nate – Toad Hill Farm & Lovett’s Inn – July 3rd, 2010

Angela and Nate had an amazing weekend for their wedding and reception on July 3, 2010.  The weather was unbeatable!  The views from Toad Hill are always breath taking, but they were even more memorable thanks to the love of Nate and Angela’s families and friends!  Thank you for including EH Floral! 
The images to follow are ones I took on Saturday – I can’t wait to see what Birch Blaze (http://www.birchblaze.com/) does with their professional shots!
Angela’s bouquet was naturally gathered for a handpicked look using native flowers clematis vine, garden roses, fresh lavender, lady’s mantle, rosemary, mint and more! 
The stems were wrapped with coordianteing white ribbon and bailing twine for a rustic look to suit Toad Hill.
A circular ceremony overlooking the Whtie Mountains of Franconia.
I rarely remember to take photo’s of boutonnieres and corsages, this was a wrist corsage worn by Nate’s sister who did a reading at the ceremony.
Ball jars were hung at the ceremony and reception on sheppard hooks to add to the casual country feel.
Nate and Angela named their tables for wild flowers.  Nate painted a picture of each wildflower to match the tables names.  The escort cards were hung from bailing twine at the entrance of the tent.
I love the stone walls that surround so many of the old properties of New Hampshire – great for floating votives!
The centerpieces were created in antique ball jars of varring styles on each table all collected by Angela and Nate themselves.
Dontaions are a great way to share and celebrate with meaning!
Congratulations Nate & Angela!
Angela and Nate had an amazing weekend for their wedding and reception on July 3, 2010.  The weather was unbeatable!  The views from Toad Hill are always breath taking, but they were even more memorable thanks to the love of Nate and Angela’s families and friends!  Thank you for including EH Floral! 
The images to follow are ones I took on Saturday – I can’t wait to see what Birch Blaze (http://www.birchblaze.com/) does with their professional shots!
Angela’s bouquet was naturally gathered for a handpicked look using native flowers clematis vine, garden roses, fresh lavender, lady’s mantle, rosemary, mint and more! 
The stems were wrapped with coordianteing white ribbon and bailing twine for a rustic look to suit Toad Hill.
A circular ceremony overlooking the Whtie Mountains of Franconia.
I rarely remember to take photo’s of boutonnieres and corsages, this was a wrist corsage worn by Nate’s sister who did a reading at the ceremony.
Ball jars were hung at the ceremony and reception on sheppard hooks to add to the casual country feel.
Nate and Angela named their tables for wild flowers.  Nate painted a picture of each wildflower to match the tables names.  The escort cards were hung from bailing twine at the entrance of the tent.
I love the stone walls that surround so many of the old properties of New Hampshire – great for floating votives!
The centerpieces were created in antique ball jars of varring styles on each table all collected by Angela and Nate themselves.
Dontaions are a great way to share and celebrate with meaning!
Congratulations Nate & Angela!
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