A rustic wedding in the middle of the White Mountain National Forest, in the small town of Jackson, NH, JoHannah and Mike said their “I dos” in a small church filled with family and friends. Sonata No. 9 played as the bridesmaids and groomsmen made their way down the aisle, followed by the flower girl and ring bearer. Finally, JoHannah appeared, being given away by her mother, Lynne. The glowing couple lit a candle that symbolized the love they share for one other; a fire never to be extinguished.
Embracing a humbler time, JoHannah and Mike incorporated the wilderness of New Hampshire into every aspect of their nuptials. From the fishing hook favors to the bride’s maid floral dresses to the center pieces that brought the forest floor to them. JoHannah and Mike kept the idea of a simple wedding alive, while also heading into the wild with an outdoor reception and games. Ending their dream wedding with a night under the stars. Congratulations, JohHannah and Mike!
Photos By: Amanda