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Planning a wedding in New Hampshire?

From intimate gatherings to grand parties, these venues offer unique features you won’t find anywhere else.

At the Mountain Club on Loon, couples exchange vows high in the White Mountains.
At the Mountain Club on Loon, couples exchange vows high in the White Mountains. Photo by Todd Wilson Images, courtesy of The Mountain Club on Loon.

Mountain Club on Loon

Best for: couples who love adventure (and aren’t afraid of heights!).
Size: 50-150 guests
What’s unique: Say “I do” on a mountain summit. Guests and wedding party take an enclosed gondola ride to the top, then head back down and dance the night away on the parquet dance floor.

Inn at Pleasant Lake

Best for: couples who want an easy, no-stress wedding with unbeatable views.
Size: 2-200 guests
What’s unique: All the happy couple needs to do is choose cake flavors, wedding colors, and show up with a valid marriage license. The Inn at Pleasant Lake specializes in small, family affairs that allow couples to focus on starting their life together rather than spending a year working on all the details.

A stunning New Hampshire wedding at the greenhouse captured by photography Erika Follansbee.
A stunning New Hampshire wedding at the greenhouse captured by photographer Erika Follansbee.

The Greenhouse at Italian Farmhouse

Best for: Instagram bragging rights, and couples who like a garden party feel.
Size: up to 100 guests
What’s unique: Huge glass windows make for a gorgeous light-filled ceremony by day and a magical, starlit party by night. The surrounding gardens are the perfect backdrop for first look photos.

Portsmouth Gas Light

Best for: couples who want to party in the heart of downtown Portsmouth.
Size: 25-200 guests
What’s unique: On Fridays and Saturdays, the event space becomes a night club at 9:00PM. Stay for the instant after party, or stroll to one of Portsmouth’s many downtown bars.

Dramatic lighting sets the scene at the Portsmouth Gaslight.
Dramatic lighting sets the scene at the Portsmouth Gaslight.

LaBelle Winery

Best for: wine and food lovers.
Size: up to 230 guests
What’s unique: The Great Room features a stunning vaulted ceiling and huge windows. Outdoor options are equally impressive, but the star of the show is LaBelle’s award-winning cuisine and wine.

Mill Falls at the Lake

Best for: couples seeking a luxurious setting with unpretentious charm.
Size: up to 230 guests
What’s unique: On the shores of Meredith Bay, Church Landing at Mill Falls offers a lush waterfront with a classic ballroom for the reception. An onsite spa and salon make getting ready a breeze.

Aldworth Manor provides a dreamy, elegant backdrop for this autumn wedding inspired photoshoot by Lindsay Hackney.
Aldworth Manor provides a dreamy, elegant backdrop for this autumn wedding inspired photoshoot by Lindsay Hackney.

Aldworth Manor

Best for: couples craving a private, secluded venue with historic features and mountain views.
Size: 200-250 guests
What’s unique: Hills-are-alive-with-the-sound-of-music meadows and elegant architecture provide the perfect backdrop for your wedding day. Family and friends can stay onsite at the Main Lodge or the Headmaster’s House for a weekend of celebration. And you can choose your own vendors!

Bedford Village Inn

Best for: couples who swooned over the party scenes in The Great Gatsby remake.
Size: up to 210 guests
What’s unique: BVI’s Grand Hall features vaulted ceilings, sleek hardwood floors, and eye-catching copper chandeliers. It’s a prime venue for a cinematic wedding. Plus, winter weddings include options for a bonfire and a custom ice bar.

Woodstock Inn Brewery

Best for: craft beer enthusiasts looking for a White Mountains wedding.
Size: up to 200 guests
What’s unique: Guests can take home a bottle of specially brewed beer, complete with a custom label. Interior touches are filled with country warmth, and all plated dinner services include Woodstock’s freshly baked bread and maple butter.

Heart set on a rustic New Hampshire wedding? Check out the barn at Colby Hill Inn, captured here by Scott Snyder Photography.
Heart set on a rustic New Hampshire wedding? Check out the barn at Colby Hill Inn, captured here by Scott Snyder Photography.

Colby Hill Inn

Best for: couples seeking a rustic chic barn wedding with bold menu options.
Size: up to 120 in the barn, up to 150 in the meadows.
What’s unique: Hands down, Colby Hill Inn features the most modern catering menu we’ve seen. Korean Taco Bar, Buttermilk Fried Chicken with a zucchini waffle, and Portuguese Fisherman’s Stew are just a few that caught our eye. There’s also the option to add a craft beer tasting tent.

The Barn on the Pemi

Best for: couples that appreciate historic restoration barn projects.
Size: up to 300 guests.
What’s unique: The Barn on the Pemi dates back to 1855 and gets its name from is close proximity to the Pemigewasset River. The Barn was completely renovated and restored to its original rustic charm by The Common Man Family.

Flag Hill Distillery & Winery

Best for: those seeking a romantic farm and vineyard venue.
Size: up to 80 in the dining room, up to 300 in the vineyard reception venue.
What’s unique: Flag Hill’s Wedding Reception Packages includes everything from white wedding linen, full bar set-up, staffing, and much more. Plus they offer full-day wedding coordination.

Flag Hill Winery Wedding Landscape
Flag Hill has a picturesque view for your wedding shoot. Photo by Studio Nouveau via Flickr

Atkinson Resort & Country Club

Best for: couples seeking a manicured landscape and rolling green fairways
Size: up to 400 guests.
What’s unique: Atkinson has two outdoor ceremony spots, The Trellis, and The Gazebo. Each location offers a romantic setting complete with waterfalls, gardens, and cobblestone grounds.

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