Ellie and Alex’s October wedding at St. Paul’s School in Concord, NH was so much fun to photograph. The St. Paul’s campus is absolutely gorgeous, and with all of the fall colors and woodsy trails, it was the perfect place for an autumn wedding. These two met as students at the school in 2002, and decided to say their “I do’s” in the Old Chapel on campus, and have their reception at the Audubon Society on Silk Farm Road.
One of our favorite things about this wedding was how rich with history the entire day was. Ellie and Alex, and several members of their family were alums of St. Paul’s, Alex’s family had ties to the Audubon Society where the reception was, and Ellie was part of a long line of women in her family dating all the way back to 1762 who made an heirloom handkerchief part of their day. You heard me right, 1762. Scroll down to see the log book and the handkerchief. Amazing!
Congrats to this lovely couple, who’s affection toward each other is contagious and inspiring! ;)
**The full gallery from this wedding is now available via our Client Page!