Few locations are more stunning as a wedding backdrop than St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Manchester, NH. Kirk and Andrea chose this location, filled with gorgeous stained glass and gold-trimmed columns, to celebrate their love and cement their devotion to each other in front of family, loved ones and friends. This cathedral wedding was an unforgettable event from start to finish.

An Unforgettable Union

Kirk and Andrea both prepared for their St. Joseph’s Cathedral Wedding with their respective parties at the ceremony location, smiling and exuding excitement. While the venue could have easily stolen the show, all of the focus was on the love radiating from both Kirk and Andrea. Capturing such a wondrous wedding in such an architecturally striking location is always a privilege.

The reception took place at the scenic Radisson Hotel Nashua underneath sunny blue skies and surrounded by lush greenery. The luxurious reception venue drew inspiration from Medieval castles, making the wedding feel even more fairytale-like. From the speeches offered by friends and family members, to their first dance to Beauty and the Beast, the reception was a charming affair. Thank you for including us in your special cathedral wedding, Kirk and Andrea!

Many thanks to the phenomenal team who made this wedding so perfect…

Ceremony:  St. Joseph’s Cathedral

Reception:   The Radisson in Nashua

Wedding Coordinator: Chris Tarris

Florist: Anne’s Country Florals

Cake: Jacques Fine European Pastries

Rentals: Perfect Parties

DJ/MC: A Main Event

Dress:  Schoen’s Bridal Salon

Bridesmaid’s Dresses: David’s Bridal

Makeup: Natural or Not Salon & Spa

Hair Styling:  Natural or Not Salon & Spa

Menswear:  Men’s Warehouse

Photography: Rick Bouthiette Photography

Cathedral Wedding Photography by Rick Bouthiette Photography

We capture special moments every day, and we would love to tell your story through photography. To learn more about our wedding photography and other services, give us a call at 603-361-2216.

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