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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Featured wedding, Squam lake NH

Real Weddings – A Perfect Summer Wedding
Megan and Josh's wedding was held on Squam Lake in Holderness, N.H. Photo by emilie inc
Photography by emilie inc.
Journeys by boat and trolley, a rustic island ceremony and a vibrant and elegant reception, all set against a stunning sun-filled day on Squam Lake.
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It seems that fate and the universe — or at least the whims of New England weather — were smiling down upon Megan Murphy and Josh Barnard on their picturesque wedding day. It was one of those absolutely perfect and rare New Hampshire summer days — warm, but not sweltering, sunny with only a few clouds dotting the sky, no threatening thunderheads looming on the horizon and, maybe most importantly, the waters of Squam Lake remained calm.
The ceremony itself took place on Church Island, which is only accessible by boat. Guests and family gathered at Megan’s parents’ home for what Megan calls “the launch party.” Everyone then hopped into two boats (purple and blue tickets notified guests which of the two boats to take) for the watery journey to Church Island.
As the island is protected land (meaning no food could be served and there are definitely no bathrooms) everyone returned to the boats, met once more at her parents’ home, and then took trolleys provided by Wolfeboro Trolley Co. to the reception at Church Landing at The Inns and Spa at Mill Falls.

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