Boy did we luck out for this November wedding day at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire for Kylan + Andrew. Unbelievably warm and sunny, it felt more like late August than early November. With the venue as grand as the history behind it, the couple's love story was perfectly matched. It made for the most dream-like wedding day up in the White Mountains with views and ambiance that are pure perfection.
Kylan and the girls got ready in the Presidential Wing, while Andrew and the guys got ready in the main historic part of the hotel. The couple shared a first look on the Jewell Terrace, where they read personal vows to one another. We then headed over to St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Littleton, New Hampshire where the ceremony was performed.
We headed back to the Mount Washington Hotel for cocktail hour and reception to get the party started. The autumn evening went off without a hitch, and every guest felt the magic in the air as we were outside watching the sunset on the terrace. Clockwork Boston Band played the most amazing music and literally had all 200+ guests dancing on the dance floor. Grand Entrances were amazing with the wedding party coming out to TI featuring Jay Z 'Bring 'Em Out,' and Kylan + Andrew came out to Chris Brown 'Yeah.'
The family acknowledged many heartfelt, tear filled tributes over the course of the day, giving the likely reason for the absolutely perfect 65 degree day. A chance to acknowledge and honor Andrew's brother Shawn whom the family lost tragically 6 months ago. Kylan + Andrew had a sign at the reception that read " The Love that built us." And I think that perfectly sums up the two families that came together. So much love, and a bright future for these two with their strong foundation.
Best wishes you two, I was so honored to be a part of your big day!
Coordinator: By Emma B
Florals: Dutch Bloemen Winkel
Venue: Omni Mount Washington Resort
Dress: Alexandra's Boutique
Hair: Styled for the Aisle
Makeup: La French Touch
Videography: Oak and Pine Media
Invitations: Cross Town Press