Rye New Hampshire Wedding Photographer | Details | Rye, NH | Philbrick Farm Wedding


Being a New Hampshire wedding photographer you meet and work with a lot of different business professionals but it is always extra fun to have a lifelong friend be there by your side.

I have two amazing friends that are getting into the wedding decor business and I have to say they are phenomenal! I may be a little biased but I just love their naturally chic feel! This wedding was held on a Monday, in a beautiful farm field in Rye, New Hampshire.

Parking was directed from the road by a perfectly country wood pallet sign. Then in order to get to the location of the festivities you had to walk through the farms corn fields, where you were greeted by an amazing antique farm tractor and a hand made direction tree.

I love how Polly and Rhiannon did not let even one detail drop out of their sight, at the entrance of the aisle they had a doorway, the doorway not only led them to their ceremony but also their futures together. The hay bails made for simple seating for the guests while still blending with the natural scenery of the farm. Each hay bail row was flanked with a perfect hand wrapped glass bottle with assorted wildflowers, each bottle had its own individual arrangement to offset it from the next. The bottle were secured to branches with twine, connecting seamlessly with the twine of the hay bales, for a full country farm feel.      

The doorway was also adorned with a large gorgeous wildflower swag! Then they would walk down the aisle and marry beneath the chandelier and surroundings apple trees.

I love the simple placement of this P, the initial she would soon take as her own.

Once the ceremony was complete the guests would then move across the property to the tent where the reception would be held. Along the way they would pass by the cutest antique truck ever!

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There were not only seating options for dinner under the tent, but if the guests felt they needed a little air there were several adorable moonlight options. At the end of the night each of the guests would receive a mini jar of maple syrup to go home with, now if it was me, the maple syrup would never have even made it to the car, total weakness!

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