New England Adventure Elopement and Intimate Destination Weddings

New England is one of the most under-rated adventure elopement and outdoor wedding destinations!

I grew up in northern New England for most of my life. It's a place of outdoor intrigue, with so many adventures yet to be discovered. It's also the perfect place for your adventure elopement or outdoor destination wedding spot.


There are 6 states that are considered New England - Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island


The way life should be...

Maine is known for the amazing Acadia National Park - 47,000 oceanside acres,with granite trails and the famous Cadillac Mountain. One of America’s most-loved national parks combines enduring natural beauty, adventure and a mountain summit road which leads to the first US locale to see the sunrise every morning.


Moosehead Lake region is the perfect outdoorsy location, surrounded by raw Maine wilderness. Want to get epic? Let a skilled bush pilot swoop you over the 40-mile-long lake, rimmed by mountains and pines.


With 3,000 rocky islands in Maine, Sugarloaf Mountain ski resort views, and the lakes region of Sebago, the famous Maine landscape is bound to please!

New Hampshire

Luscious Natural Beauty

From the White Mountains to Lake Winnipesaukee, the Granite State is known for its abundant natural beauty. From the Kancamagus to Franconia Notch, both boast the absolute epitome of NH’s wilderness -  mountain-views, luscious green fields and secluded woodland areas.

New Hampshire has old covered bridges, winding rivers, mountain ledges and waterfalls. It's especially breath-taking in the autumn when the leaves burst forth with brilliant colors.

Then there is Mount Washington and plenty of high altitude adventure. At 6,288 feet, Mount Washington is the highest summit in the Northeast, and the crown of the Presidential Range. From the summit you can see New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts and even Canada!


Incredible Natural Splendor

Massachusetts is famously known for the Cape and the Islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard - you won't believe the beaches!


There are 91 miles of the Appalatian trail that cuts through the western Massachusetts wilderness in the Berkshires.

The Cape Cod National Seashore boasts over 40 miles of protected coastline and natural splendor.Provincetown, just a short 2-hour drive away from Boston, is known for it's mountainous sand dunes and that quinessential New England feel.

The North shore beaches are breathtaking, and so different in each town. Mohawk trail boasts old country bridges and serene river views. There is something for everyone.