A few weeks ago Bryan and I had the delightful opportunity to travel up to Andover, New Hampshire to celebrate Tess & Michael’s Ragged Mountain wedding. Do you remember when we were up there last, shooting Tess & Michael’s engagement photos and spending the weekend enjoying New England in the fall? How beautiful is this place, you guys!? I am so happy that these two (plus their sweet pup Titus who is also Stout’s BFFL!) moved to Massachusetts and that we’ve had the chance to get to know them and develop a friendship with them. Ragged Mountain is where Tess spent much of her childhood–hiking, swimming, running around and enjoying the peaceful little mountain community. Over the last year or so, she’s shared with me details of wedding planning–from the DIY birch wood table numbers and her handmade bar sign, the maple syrup favors and the rowing oar “guestbook,” her foraged bridal bouquet (which she whipped up that morning! Seriously!), her and Michael’s signature cocktails, hand stamped napkins, and handmade cocktail flags. So many sweet, personal touches to make their wedding day truly unique and personalized. Meeting Tess & Michael’s families, celebrating with their friends…such a wonderful memory and I am so happy to share a few of my favorite photos from the day! And even though I am hot and sweaty and a bit of a mess by this point, here’s a cute shot of me and Bryan dancing at the reception (thanks to the guest who snapped it!):Every image was shot on either a Hasselblad H1, Hasselblad H2, or Canon 1V using Portra 400, Portra 800, or Ilford 3200 film, developed and scanned by the talented folks over at Richard Photo Lab. Oh! Also some Fuji 3000b shot on my Polaroid 180, of course…!