Mountains, beaches, forests, highlands, lowlands and four very distinct seasons – that’s our beloved New England. Sure, the winters can be long and the summers too short, but how lucky are we to live in such a great corner of the world? We’re probably a little biased, but nothing makes us happier than to hear from couples who want to do a elopement in the White Mountains.
We’ve talked about our love for Maine and especially Acadia, but today we wanted to share the beauty that is the White Mountains on the east coast. This area covers about a quarter of the state of New Hampshire and a portion of Maine. Within this area you can find a number of state parks. It’s also the home of Mount Washington, the highest peak in Northeastern US.
Coming here to elope can be such a special experience. Whether you’re an avid hiker or just looking for a fun outdoors experience, you can find a lot of variety here. Within 10 minutes you can be at Artist’s Bluff, enjoying some of the most epic views in New England. Or you may choose a bit longer hikes like Mount Willard or Mount Crawford. But you must certainly love the outdoors and disconnecting from city life (especially if like this couple, you opt to stay at a secluded, wifi-free cottage).
We couldn’t be more excited to share our first elopement of the season with you. If you love rainy April weekends with your favorite person, this one’s for you!
As you’ll see, April in the White Mountains can be quite rainy. In fact, the weather can be quite unpredictable in the early spring months. It pretty much rained all day for this elopement. We were incredibly lucky that the rain stopped just in time for our hike up through the ceremony. It certainly made for an awesome moody vibe, though and really dreamy landscapes.