From the moment I met Amber + Dimitri, I knew their New Hampshire elopement was going to be a romantic one. Just in the way they were gently affectionate with one another while talking to me about how they became a couple, I was positive their wedding was going to be awesome. They wanted to elope at sunset with the water close by and they wanted to be near their current home of Portsmouth, so the rocky coastline of New Castle, NH was the most perfect spot.
We started off over in Prescott Park in Portsmouth and after spending some time on their city streets and along the parks that line the ocean, we headed over to meet their officiant at Great Island Common. Since we were well into September at this point, we pretty much had the park to ourselves making their romantic day a billion times more romantic!
With just the officiant, myself and the two of them, they quietly said vows to one another that even I couldn’t hear over the water hitting the rocky shore below and made promises to stay by each other’s sides for forever and a day. It was magic, it was beautiful and it was a perfect way to celebrate their love.
The light changed a lot as our couple hours together passed by and it made for some excellent photos of these two good looking kids! With backdrops of the water, the trees, and a colorful sky, the day didn’t disappoint in any way shape or form. I so love elopements (it’s what Oscar + I did too!) and I’m so lucky I got to be a part of this memorable day. I wish you two all the best!
UPDATE: This incredible New Hampshire Elopement was featured in Southern New England Weddings Destination Edition magazine in January 2016. Take a look at their awesome faces in print!
New Hampshire and Maine elopement photographer, I AM SARAH V Photography, photographs events for wildly in love couples seeking a NH + Maine elopement photographer with a photojournalism + fine art approach. You can see more of my work online at www.iamsarahv.com or on Facebook. I photograph in many locations including elopements in New Castle, New Hampshire. If you’d like to contact me directly, please email me at email@example.com
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