Backyard Wedding with Timber Hill Farm

Backyard Wedding with Alix + Dan at Timber Hill Farm

 by Clifford Photography

We were with Alix and Dan for their farm to table themed outdoor backyard wedding in Gilford, New Hampshire. Gilford is our hometown, and it’s always a bonus when it takes five minutes to arrive at the wedding venue. When we arrived to begin photographing, we knew we were in for a treat! The weather was exceptional this day, with dry air, no clouds, no wind, and not a single bug! This also wasn’t the typical backyard wedding like one might envision from an 80’s movie. That small boxed in backyard wedding in Rodney Dangerfield’s film Easy Money comes to mind, but not here. The venue had one of the best views of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, with views stretching all the way to the White Mountains!

 

Timber Hill Farm was there, with their country styled farm-to-table decor under sailcloth tent. Underneath the tent were wild flowers, wooden chairs, wooden tables, wooden benches, and antique farm equipment turned into decorative bars and tables. The ceremony was styled similarly, with wooden benches and antique chairs, all facing a blooming hydrangea tree, and the Lakes Region beyond. Jonathan Lorentz provided the entertainment, playing a piano, saxophone and then DJ’d for the dance partyAlix and Dan’s one big wish on their wedding day was for great weather with a sunset to remember. As you will see below, the sunset did not disappoint! Shortly after the stunning sunset, we were treated to a crescent moon sunset! Rob and Angela were right there for all of it, capturing every special moment through our cameras. It was a perfect day for photos for some very special people.WelcomeIMG_0814IMG_0817IMG_0813IMG_0947IMG_0785IMG_0876IMG_0878IMG_0808IMG_0816IMG_0815IMG_0826IMG_0946IMG_0945IMG_0784IMG_0870IMG_0868IMG_0871IMG_0821IMG_0790IMG_0865IMG_0867IMG_0931IMG_0932IMG_0933IMG_0886IMG_0936IMG_0944IMG_0943IMG_0934IMG_0938IMG_0937IMG_0941IMG_0940

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