Category Archives: New Hampshire Wedding Events

The First Wedding At The New Smuttynose Brewery In Hampton New Hampshire



We put up a 46×65 Sperry Sailcloth Tent with a dance floor for the very first Wedding at the brand new brewery at 105 Towle Farm Road, Hampton, NH, Along with the amazing talents of, the official wedding planners for Smuttynose Brewery, we believe we have developed a winning combination for your destination wedding. Here is another great venue in Hampton, New Hampshire to experience your dream wedding. It doesn’t hurt if you love good local beer either. Continue reading

Sperry Tents Of THe Seacoast And The Thompson Inn In Durham NH


A new venue for outdoor weddings right in Durham New Hampshire near the Lamprey River. Formally known as the Highland House, the original Thompson Inn and Cyderhouse buildings may date as far back as 1779, when a 60 acre plot of land where the Thompson Inn and Cyderhouse currently stand was conveyed to Captain Joseph Chesley.  At that time, there were already mills located in the Lamprey River at Packers and Sullivan Falls nearby.  This part of Durham was know for excellent apple orchards, and sometime before 1806 the “cyderhouse” was built. The property was owned by descendants of Captain Chesley, including the Wiggin Family until 1863 when William Woodman purchased the property. By the late 1860s, the Woodman cider mill became the hub of local cider and apple vinegar making. Continue reading

Tonry Tree Farm 101 Exeter Rd Hampton Falls N H


Seacoast New Hampshire’s Tree Farm

We installed a 66×86 Sperry Wedding Tent with stage, dance floor and Bistro Lights  at the Tonry tree Farm. What a great local venue to have an outside tented wedding. Here is the Tree Farms rich history. The Tonry Tree Farm, in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, is a family owned and operated  farm offering 100 acres of cut-your-own Christmas trees. We have trees of all shapes, sizes and varieties like concolor, spruce, and balsam. We sell wreaths and a variety of small decorations and greens. While you’re here you can grab a hot dog and a hot drink at our snack stand, Continue reading

Weekend Wedding In Jaffrey New Hampshire

Sperry 32×90 Tent with a full Walnut Wood Floor on a tennis court at a Thorndike Pond Rd Jaffrey New Hampshire wedding this past weekend.


The experience is breathtaking when guests enter an event produced by Sperry Tents Seacoast. And a key element of this experience is thanks to our polished wood tent flooring. It is unlike any other flooring available on the market for outdoor events. Our clients are consistently delighted to see the cohesive design brought together by unifying every detail from fabric to lighting to floor. Handcrafted wood tent flooring is available in English chestnut, rustic barn board, varnished southern yellow pine or natural finish to complete your dream aesthetic – and the look of an outdoor ballroom. We are skilled at customizing beautiful wood floors for bandstand staging and dance floors to complete the venue you envision, down to the last detail.

We also have the option of leveled flooring, which can elegantly cover pools, valleys, uneven terrain, or elevate an event for a spectacular view.

Sperry Tents of The Seacoast and The Govenor John Langdon House Wedding Event


Another successful Wedding experience this weekend. What better way to celebrate with your soulmate then dancing  on a polished hardwood dance floor under our Beautiful Sail cloth tents and Coastal Clear Tents. Thank you Governor John Langdon House it is always a pleasure to work with you.

Everything You Need to Know About Throwing a Backyard Wedding


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Perhaps the most attractive reason for having a backyard wedding is the fact that they can be so budget-friendly. “Maybe [couples] feel as if they can spend their money elsewhere and can achieve their Pinterest goals, rather than spending money on a [conventional] venue space,” said Sarah Campbell, owner and wedding planner at Pollyanna Events. Saving money on renting a traditional venue can free up a large chunk of the budget for things like decor, rentals, and catering.



Backyard weddings also open up a lot of room for creativity. As Campbell said, “The possibilities are endless.” Couples can play up the main features of the backyard space, like a large tree or a great view. To really make your wedding one of a kind, incorporate unique pieces like china or antique pieces of furniture from the house.


While you won’t have to pay to rent a venue, backyard weddings require renting almost everything else for your big day. From seating to dinnerware and beyond, the rentals can add up. Plus, Campbell said, they might incur additional delivery costs, depending where the home is located. You’ll also want to look into parking permits for guests and caterers, as well as any noise restrictions that may be in place in your neighborhood.


One of the biggest reasons for choosing a backyard wedding is to keep the event intimate, and Campbell noted that “couples are focusing more on being surround by their close family and friends, rather than having a huge wedding.” Make sure you’re realistic about the number of guests your space can accommodate, and decide if you’re willing to make some sacrifices to the guest list if necessary.


If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s a great idea to hire a wedding planner, because they “have the experience in doing a variety of weddings and may have some insight to problems you may not have known could exist,” said Campbell.

The most important part of any wedding is to stay organized, so you can feel relaxed and enjoy the big day when it arrives.

“I think if your I’s are dotted, your T’s are crossed and you are surrounded by your closest family and friends, nothing else matters.”


Of course, backyard weddings come with some challenges. As with any outdoor wedding, you’ll need to arrange a contingency plan if the weather takes a turn. Traditional venue spaces often already have these plans in place and are “large enough to host your entire wedding indoors when bad weather occurs,” said Campbell. “That is usually not an option with weddings that are done at home.” If the backyard is big enough, consider renting a tent or heat lamps, depending on the season.

Host Your New Hampshire Wedding at Wentworth Buy The Sea Country Club

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Surrounded by the coastal waters of Portsmouth, the historic Wentworth by the Sea Country Club offers a timeless backdrop for your New Hampshire wedding. You will enjoy a beauty and history that cannot be offered by any other private country club. With ocean views and natural landscaping surrounding the 18-hole championship golf course and the contemporary tennis and pool complex, Wentworth By The Sea Country Club is the perfect oasis from the stresses of everyday life. Just minutes from Portsmouth, NH, our private country club is the perfect location for seaside wedding ceremonies and tented receptions, or corporate golf outings and events.

Wentworth By The Sea Country Club has everything you need to make your fairy tale wedding a reality! Set in the picturesque New England town of Rye, New Hampshire with the beautiful backdrop of Little Harbor, Wentworth by The Sea Country Club is about 5 minutes from historic Downtown Portsmouth.  We offer a breathtaking and convenient locale for you and your guests to enjoy.

With dozens of restaurants, shops, and art galleries all within walking distance of three hotels, Portsmouth is the perfect place for your guests to stay and make a mini-vacation out of your destination wedding weekend.  From shopping at the outlets in Kittery to exploring Strawberry Banke and Prescott Park, the attractions and history are endless. The New Hampshire Seacoast is the premier New England Destination for your wedding!

Check out this wedding recently hels at the Wentworth by the Sea. Thank you Lexi for sharing your photographs you have an amazing eye.


Wedding Events At Pierce Farm On Witch Hill, Topsfield

Diamond Island Portland Maine4As the article in Boxford wicked local begins (See the complete article here). A refuge for a victim of the 17th century Salem witch trials. A country seat for Salem ship owner Benjamin Crowninshield. A 500 hundred-acre gentleman’s retreat for Thomas Wentworth Peirce in the 19th century. A family residence in the 20th century. And now 116 Boston Street in Topsfield will be, in the words of new owner Sean T. Ward, “a place that lots of people can share. It shouldn’t be a place that no one sees. I want Topsfield and Essex County to be aware of this property and use it.” Sean Ward and business partner Michael Gutman co-owners of Syllogistic Management Solutions, LLC, bought the property from the Cheever family in March 2014 with the plan to turn it into a unique spot for conventions, software training sessions, musical events, family reunions, parties and eventually – weddings. Continue reading