Outdoor weddings are extremely popular in the spring and summer months. Holding outdoor weddings allow couples to choose a venue that provides beautiful views and an environment that is much different than a typical wedding venue. Whether the venue location is next to a gorgeous lake or has a view of a mountain range in the distance, outdoor weddings give guests a completely different dynamic than indoor weddings.

The beautiful couple featured today, named Allie and Nic, held their outdoor wedding ceremony in Di Burro’s Function Facility Haverhill, MA. With an outdoor gazebo in place and beautiful floral arrangements for added décor, the couple had the perfect outdoor ceremony.

Gary, with Expose the Moment, one of our amazing SnapKnot photographers, had the opportunity to photograph the couple on their special day. As you’ll be able to see from the stunning photos, the couple’s big day was nothing short of perfection, from their romantic outdoor ceremony to their family-oriented reception.

We hope you enjoy these beautiful outdoor wedding ceremony photos!

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outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

outdoor wedding ceremony, Expose the Moment

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Thank you, Gary, for sharing these gorgeous outdoor wedding ceremony photos with us. To see more from Expose the Moment, visit www.exposethemoment.com.

If you enjoyed these outdoor ceremony photos, be sure to check out these beautiful Portland-inspired outdoor wedding photos!

If you chose to hire a wedding planner for your upcoming big day, be sure to take a look at our tips to make the most of your wedding planner!

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