I first met Leah + James at Turner’s Seafood in historical downtown Salem, Massachusetts. What started out as a quick consult over one drink led to more drinks, then oysters, then dinner. I found myself really enjoying their company and left knowing we would all be very good friends from that point on.

For their engagement session, we first met at Odiorne Point State Park where we enjoyed sweeping views of the ocean and New Hampshire’s rocky coastline. Followed by beautiful Prescott Park and a quick hot chocolate break at Breaking New Grounds Coffee & Tea, a cute little coffee shop in the heart of Portsmouth’s Market Square.

Since these two are HUGE music fans, we stopped by The Music Hall to just take a peek inside. For 140 years, this theatre has been important in history and in the lives of Seacoast residents – and now it will hold a special place in the history of Leah + James. Just by chance, we were lucky enough to get a private VIP tour, where our guide took us to all the coolest spots in this old building. If you are ever in town, it is a must see!

Leah + James – I had so much fun with you exploring Downtown Portsmouth and getting to know you both.  I look forward to experiencing more of the love you have for each other on your wedding day in October.









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