fresh guacamole made tableside at Rosa Mexicano
Early Saturday morning, my family and I drove 3 hours north to Lancaster New Hampshire to attend my uncles wedding.
Born and raised so close to Boston, the scenic, naturesque views always captivate my attention for the entire ride up.
Once settled into our hotel, we headed to a local campground where both the wedding ceremony and reception took place.
With nature as the perfect backdrop, the country couple decorated everything with creatively and detail. Even the vines that twisted into a harvest arch, and wrapped around the tent poles were hand pulled by the bridge and groom.
And yes, those are real berries. Exquisite.
The candle holders were also made by my uncle, who along with farming, builds wooden furniture.
He is extremely talented.
Loved this idea!
The food was delicious, prepared with all the trimmings of a perfect backyard bbq.
We drank. We ate. We danced. We partied.
Surrounded by nature, in a secluded part of the woods, love filled the air and was felt by all.
Pure and simple. Exactly the way love should be.
The wedding was beautiful. The food was delicious. The music was lively.
And the drinks… were strong.
Vodka Citron, Soda water, Lime
Don’t worry, we were responsible, and arrived in style
Better safe than sorry!
The intimate ceremony was held at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, and the weather could not have been more perfect.
The reception immediately followed at the Cruiseport Gloucester, which twinkled with soft candle light and calming water accents.
We danced the night away, and my feet are definitely feeling it this morning.
But beauty is pain my friends
It felt amazing to kick these shoes off at the end of the night.
I am currently in this exact position on my sofa, and here I will stay until at least noon I love Sunday’s.
Have a fabulous day!