Wedding FAQ

  • Attire: The motto for the weekend is be comfortable. NH can be cold, warm, snowy, and/or muddy in April, so come prepared with layers and appropriate shoes. We’re in the mountains! Casual is fine, even for the ceremony. Dress in costume if you want. Your theme is mountains through the ages.

  • Weather: Go here to look at the ten day forcast for the area: Bretton Woods, NH on weather.com. Looks like it will be just around freezing at night, and will have rained during the week before. Highs in the low 50s. Expect mud.

  • Kids: Bring ’em all! We expect quite a few kids under the age of six. High chairs and cribs are available on request.
    • Fridges: We are hoping to put a common fridge in the hall on each floor for milk, formula, and snacks (let us know if you have one we can borrow).
    • Play Room: We’re going to set aside a central room especially as a play room.
    • Babysitting Co-op: If people are interested we can facilitate setting up a babysitting co-op amongst the parents.
    • Let us know how else we can help. We want to make this work for you so both your kids and you can have fun.
  • Food:
    • Breakfast: provided for Saturday and Sunday morning
    • Lunch: on your own: eat in AMC’s cafeteria, buy a bagged lunch from AMC, or bring your own cooler.
    • Dinner: provided Friday and Saturday nights.
    • Snacks: we’ll have some, feel free to bring anything you are excited about.
    • Grocery store: few and far between, last chance is to stop in Lincoln, NH off 93 on your way up.
  • Alcohol:
    • We’re providing wine with dinner Saturday night.
    • AMC will have a cash bar open at other times.
    • Feel free to bring more of your own, but it can’t leave your room. AMC has a strict policy around alcohol. 🙁
  • Essentials to bring:
    • warm clothes, rain gear, boots
    • cameras (we’re relying on you to take photos, see photo page)
    • printed photos of us for a collage
    • AMC also has a large amount of gear available to be borrowed.
    • clothes to be comfortable in/around the lodge – its not odd to see people hanging out in the living room in their PJs in the morning! Think ski lodge.
  • Other stuff you could bring:
    • water bottle
    • slippers
    • guitars, drums, other musical instruments
    • games (board games, athletic equipment)
    • high chairs, cribs, playpens – coordinate with us, we have some

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