If rain on your wedding day is supposed to be good luck then Victoria and Sna will have nothing to worry about for quite some time to come! It was not a nice day as far as the weather was concerned but when I arrived at Indian Head Resort up in Lincoln, NH and joined the ladies getting ready there was no sign of despair. Victoria was having her pictures and her ceremony outside rain or shine!
Victoria had come to my office for a consultation before booking roughly a year prior to the wedding. The White Mountains were going to be the spot and you really can't go wrong with Indian Head if you are looking for mountain views. The areas for photos are fantastic and the reception room has floor to ceiling windows that look out over the pond and mountains. Hard to beat.
The girls were getting ready at Yi Ya's House across the street when I arrived. Everyone was in good spirits and after getting some photos of hair and makeup being finished I ran over to meet the guys for a few minutes. A first Look was planned and, despite the weather, everything stayed pretty much on schedule. We needed umbrellas but still managed to set up a really nice first look followed with some intimate photos with the two of them. Victoria's dress got so wet! I can only imagine the weight she was pulling around with here but she didn't seem to mind at all.
We added the bridal party to the mix shortly later then it was time for the ceremony. Luckily the rain and died down a little but even if it hadn't the ceremony was going to be outside! It wasn't a long ceremony and we moved right on to family photos followed by the reception MC'd by the one and only DJ Nazzy. Indian Head's coordinator, Jennifer, is great and super helpful with whatever the couple's need. She's also amazing with us vendors which is always appreciated. As far as wedding venues go Indian Head and the staff really put together a great celebration for their couples.
The reception was a big party and everyone had a great time. I hope you enjoy some photos from their awesome wedding day!