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Welcome to your Lakes Region wedding
The lake...romantic, festive and fun...enjoy a lakeside, tented, indoor or backyard celebration. Whatever your location or the season, welcome to your Lakes Region wedding.Through the Pines Photography
It’s All in the Details
As we gathered wedding stories and photographs for this issue, one thing came to mind above all else: details count. Without the table napkins colors, the right chairs, the flowers to embellish the wedding cake, the guest seating chart, and so much more, the wedding will not be as memorable and beautiful.
Brides and wedding planners have many details to remember and choose in the months leading up to the big day. The weather is a consideration; if it rains, you need umbrellas. If you are planning an outdoor fall wedding, you might expect the weather to be steady, but unexpectedly, the temperature could soar, similar to a hot summer’s day or become chilly. Thus, the bride must think about air conditioning or heaters for an autumn wedding.
These are just a few of the things to keep on a checklist, or rely upon your wedding planner to handle. Details are the important, moving parts for a wedding.
It can be overwhelming, but even if you forget a few things, your guests are unlikely to know. All that really matters is your joyful wedding day, surrounded by family and friends.
Remember the details, but don’t stress if a few things are forgotten. Have fun choosing colors, florals, a wedding venue, food, cake and of course, your glorious gown.
Happy wedding planning,Kathi Caldwell-Hopper Editor
NH wedding style at
Autumn in New Hampshire is the perfect time for a wedding. If the wedding is outdoors in a beautiful, natural setting, the results are wonderful. continued on page 10
A magical setting, an elegant wedding cake, and a bride in a fairytale wedding gown.
This gown is a Lillian West style 66201, available at A Day to Remember Bridal Boutique.
The Wedding Professionals:
Photography: Through the Pines Photography
Table Design: Sarah & Diane/ColdSpring Farm
Venue: ColdSpring Farm, Alton, NH
Rentals: Showcase Events, Sheena Abbott
Flowers: Winnipesaukee Woods Farm
Table pottery: Sweet Fern Pottery/Sarah Burns
Hair and makeup: Donna Cotnoir / Custom for You NH
Gowns courtesy: A Day to Remember Bridal Boutique
Cake: Borger’s Cakes & Bakes
Model: Cady Haff
Your Dream Realized
The Almagra Barn at Waukewan Golf Club, located in the heart of the Lakes Region, was an 1800’s operating farm, but now operates as a golf club and has everything you are looking for in a charming New England setting. The function facility is an elegant post and beam barn with a beautiful fieldstone fireplace, all of which is surrounded by beautiful mountain views and greenery.
The Almagra Barn is a perfect venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions, rehearsal dinners and all types of special occasion celebrations. The full-service bar area is rustic, yet elegant, and is just right for your country wedding.
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Beautiful Bride... Beautiful Nails
On your wedding day, all eyes will be on your hands as the ring slips on your finger and during your wedding photography. Make sure your hands look their most beautiful with nails from Eden Nail Salon.
Bring the entire bridal party and choose from a variety of services by professional nail technicians in a modern, elegant setting.
Couples are creating personalized, meaningful ceremonies and receptions as they do weddings their way.
Campers, Cups and Craft Cocktails
On the Rocks Bartending is seeing lots of new trends for weddings. These include Mobile Camper Bars, Custom Cups, and Custom Craft Cocktails. Says owner Amanda Thomas, “We are seeing a lot of custom cups from Tossware. Eco-friendly, sustainable cups are huge right now and as a wholesaler, we have been able to put people’s pets, dates and names and even their custom wedding logo onto these cups. It gives a special touch and guests love to take them home! We have been able to create some really special cocktails for couples this year. It shouldn’t just be a crowd pleaser; it should be a direct reflection of the couple. We’ve been procuring a variety of cold pressed juices and bitters and things out of the norm for the standard wedding bar. Any time we can use our mixology background is a good day for us!”
Flowers for the Ceremony
At the Margate Resort in Laconia, many couples get married in the breathtaking outdoor pavilion on the property, with the backdrop of Lake Winnipesaukee. You can define the ceremony site’s altar with stunning florals.
Rustic on the Rise - Barrels
Rustic weddings are on the rise, according to Sheryl of 603 Barrels. “We have seen an increase in rustic decor rentals, such as our whiskey barrels, and whiskey barrel products to complete the country look of any wedding or event. Our most popular items are barrels, barrel bars and barrel coolers.” (603 Barrels, above)
Let There Be Light!
Think about a little atmospheric lighting for wedding photos. Indoor areas can be magical, even with simple bistro lights.
(Through the Pines Photography)
Rehearsal Dinner Florals
From a restored wedding barn at Edge Lake Farm to tented receptions on the sprawling lawn of Five Chimneys Estate or an Al Fresco dinner under the stars on the terrace, we create, customize and cater a carefree affair you will remember for years to come. With a stunning view of the Ossipee Mountains, customdesigned menus, budgetfriendly bar options, and the beautiful grounds of Province
Lake Golf set among pine, birch and firs, we offer a majestic and scenic Lakes Region wedding venue. Contact Sabin Beckwith at (207) 793-9612 www.provincelakegolf.com
18 Mountain Road, Parsonsfield, ME 04047
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You’ve said yes - now it’s time to find the dress! Enjoy a personalized experience with one of our bridal stylists while shopping for the perfect wedding dress. We offer a beautiful selection of gowns by trusted designers featuring the latest styles and trends. From traditional to elegant to vintage or contemporary, our gowns are sure to please. Call today and let our professional consultants help you find the dress of your dreams Bridal - Tuxedos - Prom 1 North Main Street, Concord, NH ~ 603-228-8031 www adaytorememberbridalboutique com
The latest in wedding gowns and styles.
Above: Blue by Enzoani Style “Oliviana” features exposed boning, a sheer bodice and a breathtaking train. Available at A Day to Remember Bridal Boutique.
Right: Quintyn by Maggie Sottero - A-line gown with a full illusion back and full sleeves. Available at Country Bridals & Formal Wear.
Brides are always seeking one-of-a-kind gowns (as seen above) and seem to be trending in three very different directions, according to the experts at Blush Bridal. The majority of brides are less into the “absolute” traditional gowns and are looking more toward Boho Chic, Statement Elegance, or Contrasting Romance. Available at Blush Bridal.
We pride ourselves on personal service in a relaxed atmosphere.
For all your Bridal, Bridesmaid, Flower Girl, Mothers, Special Occasion, Prom & Tuxedo needs.
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The Gilford Community Church Romantic, Tranquil, Picturesque
Located in scenic Gilford Village, the Gilford Community Church is a special place to celebrate your wedding day.
Large, but intimate sanctuary, air conditioned bridal suite, Reception Event Room with professional attached kitchen. Courtyard/garden for photographs.
Simple and sweet from Laconia Village Bakery, this cake is just right for flowers.
New Hampshire’s Common Man Family
We offer a variety of venues to perfectly suit your wedding celebration... a cozy Nest at Common Man Ashland, renovated Birch and Foster’s halls at our Inn in Plymouth, event spaces at Common Man Windham and Common Man Concord, a river-side ballroom at our Inn in Claremont, and The Barn on the Pemi, our restored 1860s event barn and ceremony greenhouse in Plymouth.
Planning a wedding at your place, in a meadow, at the lake? Our planners and chefs are happy to create a menu that best suits your needs and whims. Our professional event staff and chefs seamlessly transport, prepare, serve and tidy up.
Uncommon Weddings at Your Place or Ours
The Nest, Ashland, NH • Common Man Inn & Spa, Plymouth, NH – fshevents@theCman.com, (603) 238-2888, theCmanInnPlymouth.com
The Barn on the Pemi & Tiny Cabins – Plymouth, NH, thebarnevents@theCman.com, (603) 536-3515, theBarnonthePemi.com
Common Man Concord – email@example.com, (603) 228-4511, theCman.com
Common Man Inn & Restaurant Claremont – firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 542-6171, theCmanInnClaremont.com
Common Man Windham – email@example.com, (603) 898-0088, theCman.com
Lakehouse Boutique Catering – lhbcatering@theCman.com, (603) 279-0011, LakehouseBoutiqueCatering.com
Clockwise from upper left: Sugar River Ballroom, Claremont; The Barn on the Pemi, Plymouth; Birch Event Hall, Plymouth; Ceremony Greenhouse, Plymouth; Tiny Guest House, Plymouth; Charcuterie Display; Common Man Riverside Deck, Claremont; Event Trolley, Plymouth; The Nest, Ashland
Color, Love & Wildflowers
Katie & Charlie
Date of engagement: April 4, 2021
Date of wedding: July 30, 2022
at Timber Hill Farm, Gilford, NH
“My vision, above all, was to have color, love, beautiful wildflowers, and local NH ferns,” says bride, Katie, of her wedding. “Charlie and I are hippie/earth children at heart (I am also an herbalist), and the inspiration behind the colors and flowers I chose came from a magazine cover (Origin) that I saw with a colorful flower-power/60’s/70’s vibe. I tracked down the artist (Michelle Parascandolo) and asked for her permission to use her art. I then personally designed our wedding invitations, save the dates, and table number cards using the pattern artwork. I even got fabric printed (on Spoonflower) and used the fabric for Charlie’s pocket square. I knew I wanted to use all of those colors throughout my wedding, so I shared the artwork with Susan at Lakes Region Floral. Susan brought the printed flowers to life with her beautiful arrangements for my bouquet, the bridesmaid’s hoops, the groomsmen’s lapel pieces, and the table and aisle arrangements.”
Katie continued the hippie/bohemian style with an off-shoulder prairie dress (with a slight daisy eyelet pattern) for her bridal look, “but since I love to accessorize, I knew I had to add a pop of color. I found a teal (peacock) velvet ribbon on Etsy and had it made into a belt for my gown. That ribbon also inspired much of my wedding theme. I also used it for a hat sash for Charlie and our son, Levon (they wore matching teal ties). I also wore teal velvet shoes handmade by Spanish designer Flor de Asoka.”
The couple are music lovers, and wanted to not only have fun music at their wedding, but decided to name each table after songs that represent them as a couple, where they are from, where they live now, and their friends, family, and their love. (Think: California Dreamin’, Wildflowers, All You Need is Love, Harvest Moon). Other details were a custom mirrored seating chart made by Handmade by Heidi; tables with mustard yellow table runners; hand-dyed teal napkins (by Event Home Decor of the Ukraine) with hand-picked ferns from Governor’s Island tucked in each napkin; bud vases filled with colorful wildflowers; natural herbs; local NH ferns, and multi-colored vintage water goblets from Inspiration Rentals.
Katie says, about their wedding venue, “When we found Timber Hill Farm, we knew it was our dream location. Being close to our family in Gilford made a lot of sense for people traveling to the area as well. We love nature, and Charlie is a chef, so the idea of being on a family-run farm and having a farm-to-table meal while overlooking the lake and the mountains was perfect for us. The barn is a complete work of art, and the fact that the Howe family built it themselves makes it even more impressive and unique. I think many couples can attest to the beauty and specialness of this venue, and owners Isaac and Jennifer were so helpful and caring. They truly made us feel like part of their family - and became instant friends. I wouldn’t have changed a thing.” continued on page 42
Lakeside Wedding Day at The Margate Resort
Monte and Megan
Date of wedding: August, 26, 2022
at the Margate Resort, Laconia, NH
Photos by KMN Photography
Living in Boston, but loving the Lakes Region (the bride grew up in the area), Megan and Monte chose the Margate Resort in Laconia for their wedding because it offered an all-inclusive location. “We wanted a convenient, yet beautiful wedding venue,” says Megan. “Our rehearsal dinner was in the dining room at the Margate; there was hotel lodging for guests who traveled to be at our wedding; an incredible pavilion area for our ceremony; a roomy tent overlooking the lake for our reception just steps away from the pavilion, and an indoor pool for our after-party.”
The couple spent 1 1/2 years planning the wedding, with 100 guests attending. The color scheme was light blue, white and a summery pinkish. This was reflected in the maids’ gowns (blue) and the florals throughout the wedding (pinkish and cream). The groomsmen wore suits in a subdued blue and the groom had a stand-out blue colored suit. All together, everything worked seamlessly.
The morning of the wedding dawned warm and sunny, but rain was forecast for mid-day, so the staff at the Margate accommodated by switching the time of a scheduled boat ride (the bride had her heart set on a ride and photos in the bay area near the Margate in a vintage wooden boat.) The ride was to have taken place during the reception, but with rain in the forecast, it was rescheduled to mid morning. (The vintage boat was from the Ekal Activity Center.)
By the 3 pm ceremony, the skies opened and a rain storm moved through the area. Guests were seated in the pavilion for the ceremony, but the nuptials were held off until the rain ended a half hour later.
The ceremony was romantic and emotional with the backdrop of Lake Winnipesaukee and the lush florals. Guests watched as the couple exchanged vows and began their new life as husband and wife.
Following the ceremony, there was a cocktail hour in the nearby tent, where guests mingled and took in the lake views. The reception was catered by Hart’s Turkey Farm with a menu chosen by the couple. The three-tiered wedding cake was from Jacques Fine European Pastries, and each layer was a different flavor. continued on page 48 .
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Monte and Megan continued from page 49
After dinner, guests took to the dance floor with music by Ramu and the Crew.
Says bride, Megan, “My most memorable parts of the day were being with family and friends, dancing and the pool party following the reception.”
Megan and Monte offer advice for couples in the midst of planning their wedding, “Get a binder when you start planning. Also, get a separate calendar so you can keep track of when deposits and deadlines are due. This was very helpful for us, because planning a wedding can be overwhelming. There are a lot of details.”
The bride also suggests couples watch the weather and be flexible with the plans for the wedding day.
After the memorable and fun wedding, the couple traveled to Greece and Italy for a two-week whirlwind honeymoon.
The Wedding Vendors
Venue/Lodging: The Margate Resort Photography: KMN Photography
Florist: Riverstone Florals & Design Caterer: Hart’s Turkey Farm (rehearsal dinner and reception)
Wedding Cake: Jacques Fine European Pastrsies Makeup: Mua: Jeremy Anaya Beauty Hair: William Johnson Bridal gown: Stella York Bridesmaids Gowns: The bride picked an ice blue color and the maids were allowed to choose their own stle Tuxedos: Men’s Warehouse Groom’s suit was custom ordered Officiant: Reverend Michael Graham DJ: Ramu and the Crew Boat tour: Tiki Hut Boats of NH Classic wooden boat: Ekal Activity Center
Mountain Wedding Celebration
Deshanthi & Ryan
June 10, 2022at Owl’s Nest Resort & Golf Club all images by June and Louise Photography
With a guest list of 200 people, Deshanthi and Ryan needed a wedding venue that provided enough space, but was memorable and unique. “We researched a lot of venues online. We wanted lakefront or mountains and we found both at Owl’s Nest. We loved that our guests could stay onsite and we could have all the events in one place; we had our rehearsal dinner / welcome party at the tent and the wedding at the lakehouse. We had our ceremony on the deck of the lakehouse and the ºreception inside the lakehouse.”
The couple say, “The ceremony and our first dance were our two favorite parts of the night. It was so great to finally get married and see our vision come to life in a room filled with our closest friends and family.” continued on pg. 54
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Their advice to couples in the wedding-planning process is, “Stay focused on what the day is about: the commitment and love between you and your partner. That is what everyone is there forall the other ‘stuff’ will get figured out and isn’t what you reflect on or remember - everything is elevated when you feel the love in the room. Don’t sweat the small stuff.”
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The planning took about a year. “After getting engaged, we started looking at venues when visiting the Lakes Region in the summer of 2021,” says Katie.
“Since we were planning most of the wedding from across the country, we knew we would need some help, so we hired Megan from Willow Tree Events for a partial wedding planning/day-of-coordination package in July of 2021. Megan answered my many questions with patience and care, introduced me to among the best vendor team a bride could ask for, and created a flawless timeline, which her outstanding team executed the day-of without a hitch.
“The wedding ceremony was in the field with a gorgeous aisle and moon gate arbor decorated with flowers by Susan of Lakes Region Floral Studio. I walked down the aisle with my Dad to ‘Here Comes the Sun’ (acoustic guitar and singing by Lakes Region musician, Paul Warnick). The cocktail hour was on the patio outside the barn, and the reception was in the barn, and guests enjoyed mingling and exploring the entire Timber Hill property. It was fun to see the children running around, swinging on the swing, and visiting the photobooth bus.
“We wanted a big, colorful wedding to reunite family and friends from all periods of our lives - and from both coasts. A traditional wedding didn’t seem to fit who we are and our vision of love and unity. We consider our love to be free-flowing, not formal or constrained. We give ourselves and each other the freedom of expression, to be who we are in our souls and to love and be loved. Creativity plays a big role in our lives, and we wanted to show our loved ones who we are today with a beautiful, free, fun, and sunshiney-event to bring us together and celebrate love.
“We wanted our guests to feel just as special as we felt on that day, with all the details and playful colors coming to life.”
Wedding Planning: Willow Tree Events
Venue: Timber Hill Farm
Catering: Mezzanine Catering
Ice Cream: Trail’s End Ice Cream
Donuts: Cider Bellies Donuts
Cold Brew Coffee: Wayfarer Coffee
Photography: The WildBunch Photography
Photo Bus: Maine Photo Bus Company
Videographer: Harrison Evans Films
Floral: Lakes Region Floral Studio
Rentals: Inspiration Rentals LLC, Lakes Region Tent & Event
DJ: DJ Buono Spinner Music Productions
Bar: On the Rocks Bartending
Ceremony & Cocktail Musician: Paul Warnick
Buses: First Student for guests
Sutton Limousine for wedding party
Lodging: Mill Falls at the Lake, Margate Resort, Marriott Townplace Suites
Rehearsal dinner location: Winnipesaukee Spirit continued on page 57
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The bridesmaids were in an array of colors. The main colors for the wedding theme were Mustard Yellow and Teal/Peacock (to match the ribbon on Katie’s dress and the groom’s and ring security’s hat ribbon). “My sister, the Maid of Honor, wore a Peacock gown from Azazie. The bridesmaids wore Marigold, Blush Pink, Larkspur, Paprika, and Fuschia colored dresses. I presented them with my color palette, inspiration artwork, and color swatches and let them decide which colors they felt best suited their style or taste, and let them shop around for where they wanted to purchase their dresses. Some wore dresses from Azazie, and others were Dessy and Hayley Paige.”
The groom wore a light blue linen Lusso suit from Studio Suits with a Teal/Peacock tie from Azazie, and the Ring Security wore a Teal/Peacock pocket square, while the groom wore the satin custom-made pocket square with the floral artwork inspiration. The groomsmen wore light grey (white/black) linen summer suits from Studio Suits with Marigold Ties and Marigold Pocket Squares.
There were 102 guests from New England, Florida, California, and even Canada. “We chose not to have a honeymoon. Since many of our friends and family traveled far to spend time with us and vacation in the area after the wedding, we decided to stay at the lake and enjoy time with them,” Katie adds.
“We had a farewell breakfast the morning following the wedding at Camp in Meredith. One other fun part of our wedding was the vintage VW bus photobooth from Maine Photo Booth.”
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“We honored our cultural traditions of the breaking of the glass (Jewish tradition) and lighting of the gold lamp (Sri Lankan tradition), and we also had the bridesmaids in sarees for the welcome party / rehearsal. The father of the groom was our officiant. We grew up in the same hometown so it was special to hear his perspective of Ryan and me as kids/friends and how we grew up to remain best friends as husband and wife. He is also one of the most honorable men we know and admire / look up to, so it was an honor to be married by him,” adds Deshanthi.
The cocktail hour featured Butler Passed Hors D’oeuvres, with Crispy Mac and Cheese Risotto Cake with truffle and shaved Parmesan, among other appetizers. Dinner was Caesar Salad, Roasted Lemon Thyme Chicken, Flame-Roasted Marinated Steak Sliced, Vegetable Napoleon, and a dessert assortment.
The Wedding Vendors
Venue: Owl’s Nest Resort, Campton, NH Day-of Coordinator at Owl’s Nest: Taylor James Gown and shoes: Badgley Mischka Bride Maid’s gowns: Birdy Grey Tuxedos: Regan Clothiers
Flowers: Floralune (kelsie)
DJ: Sweep the Leg Entertainment Makeup/Hair: jannaxchristy
Bridal lashes: Heshi’s Beauty Bar, Reading, MA
Photographer: June and Louise Photography
Videography: KH Film
Custom wedding rings and engagement ring: Dover Jewelry, Miami, FL Cake: Short & Sweet Bakery
Dance lessons: Arthur Murray Dance Studio, Cambridge, MA Catering: Owls Nest Resort
Transporation: Premier Coach Honeymoon: Two weeks in Portugal and Italy.
Wedding Flowers Unique & Beautiful
“I just wanted to thank you again for such incredible florals. Everyone raved about them and I can’t even begin to tell you how obsessed I am with my bouquet. Everything was stunning.”
— A happy bride www.sevenseedlings.co
from recent weddings
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“ASL Limousine Service was exceptional, punctual, driver was extremely professional, and the car was immaculate.
ASL Limousine Service provided a perfect foundation to an exceptional event.” - Mother of the Bride, Laconia, NH
ASL Limousine service specializes in custom wedding and ride packages. Choose from the perfect limousine/vehicle for your wedding day transportation from our fleet of top-notch vehicles.
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Flowers for the wedding ceremony from Riverstone Florals & Designs. The bridal flowers included white and peach dahlias, lisianthus, anemones, seeded eucalyptus, pale blue delphinium, white cosmos, peach and white zinnias, Juliet garden roses, and dusty miller. The dahlias, zinnias, cosmos and lisianthus incorporated in the wedding bouquets (bride’s and bridesmaids) were all locally grown. KMN Photography
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On the Rocks Bartending, pg. 54, 801-2233
Ekal Winnipesaukee Activity Center, pg. 20, 844-745-2931
Tiki Hut Boats of New Hampshire, pg. 23, 396-2380
Laconia Village Bakery, pg. 50, 527-1414
My Friend’s Bakery, pg. 50, 509-2260
603 Candy, pg. 59, 366-5639
Contigiani’s Catering Service, pg. 56, 524-4518
Curt’s Caterers, pg. 57, 293-2730
Hart’s Turkey Farm Restaurant, pg. 56, 279-6212
Ceremony Location, Receptions
Gilford Community Church, pg. 33, 524-6057
Crown Special Events, pg 68, 978-483-0776
Music Road Mobile DJ Service, pg. 71, 286-3102
Precision Entertainment DJs, pg. 70, 965-6200
Dry Cleaners/Gown Preservation
Sanitary Dry Cleaners, pg. 26, 524-1328
Creations by Collis, pg. 2, 998-3063
Branch & Bloom, pg. 64, 569-1347
Lakes Region Floral Studio, pg. 53, 524-1853
Lily Flower Floral Designs, pg. 65, lilyflowerfloral.com
Riverstone Florals & Design, pg. 64, 498-5469
Seven Seedlings Floral Design, pg. 65, www.sevenseedlings.co
Winnipesaukee Woods Farm, pg. 61, 513-237-9427
League of NH Craftsmen, Meredith
Fine Craft Gallery, pg. 58, 279-7920
Please dial 603 before each NH phone number.
A Day to Remember Bridal Boutique, pg. 28, 228-8031
Blush Bridal, pg. 31, 312-4898
Country Bridals and Formal Wear, pg. 30, 532-7641
I Do! Bridals & Formalwear, pg. 31, 875-4848
Justice of the Peace
Dwight Phetteplace, Officiant, pg. 70, 942-5754
Love Knots JP, pg. 26, 770-3071
Lodging for Your Guests
Bay Side Inn, pg. 67, 875-5005
Fireside Inn & Suites, pg. 67, 293-7526
Orchard Hill Farm, pg. 59, 476-2492
Artful Noise String Quartet, pg. 22, 207-363-7403
Dwight Phetteplace, pg. 70, 942-5754
Eden Nail Salon, pg. 18, 528-7878
A Photographic Memory, pg. 63, 888-436-8648
Desmond Photography, Back Cover, 787-3131
KMN Photography, pg. 62, 617-763-0266
Nathan Moreau Photography, pg. 63, www.nathanmoreauphoto.com
Through the Pines Photography, pg. 62, 455-2794
WZID, pg. 71, www.WZID.com
Andover Barn at Highland Lake Inn, pg. 15, 735-6426
The Belknap Mill, pg. 57, 524-8813
Birch Hill Farm, pg. 8, 491-4624
Canterbury Shaker Village, pg. 6, 783-9511
Castle in the Clouds, pg. 17, 476-5413
ColdSpring Farm, pg. 3, 556-0321
The Common Man, pg. 37, 238-2888
Covered Bridge Farm Table, pg. 27, 238-9115
Currier Hill Farm, pg. 54, 545-1621
Hector’s FIne Foods & Spirits, pg. 25, 524-1009
Gunstock Inn & Suites, Inside Back Cover, 293-2021
Gunstock Mountain Resort, pg. 24, 737-4322
Indian Head Resort, pg. 16, 888-343-8000
Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club, pg. 58, 569-3055
Margate Resort, pg. 51, 1-800-MARGATE
Merrimack Valley Railroad Function Hall, pg. 27, 286-4944
Mill Falls at the Lake, pg. 55, 844-745-2931
Mojalaki Country Club, pg. 21, 934-3033
Newfound Lake Inn, pg. 44, 744-9111
Owl’s Nest Resort & Country Club, pg. 34, www.owlsnestresort.com
Pat’s Peak, pg. 33, 428-3245
Pembroke Pines Country Club, pg. 25, 210-1365, ext. 181
Province Lake, pg. 23, 207-793-9612
Tarbin Gardens, pg. 4, 934-3518
Timber Hill Farm, pg. 35, 520-2696
Waukewan Golf Club, pg. 16, 677-2513
Whiteface Hollow, Inside Front Cover, 409-7028
Wolfeboro Inn, pg. 38, 569-3016
603 Barrels, pg. 22, 748-9796
Showcase Events, pg. 1, 986-5525
Taylor Rental Center, pg. 32, 524-5553
My Little Sewing Room, pg. 28, 875-5329
Lakes Cosmetic Institute, pg. 21, 527-8127
ASL Limousine, pg. 69, 630-8229
Sutton Luxury Limousine, pg. 69, 387-3663
Wolfeboro Trolley Company, pg. 68, 569-1080
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