Alana and Jay got married at the summer camp outside of Machias, Maine, where they first met. Their friendship and love grew over a succession of summers and they now live right down the road for the camp and own a small goat farm. You can not find a more adorable story and couple than this! Enjoy the photos!
Archive for 'Uncategorized'
You may remember Heather and Jon from earlier in the summer with their beautiful Ogunquit wedding. Well, it turns out we just could not get enough of each other, so when they “renewed their vows” for their extended friends and family a couple of months later, I followed them down to Boston’s Marliave, to do my thing.
I’m ready for our next adventure- just say the word! Enjoy!
Judy and Felicia planned an amazing wedding/family vacation for everyone up in Newry, Maine. They chose Ski-esta as their location- it’s an incredible mansion in the mountains of western Maine. Judy is a caterer, and so the quality of the food and the service was of utmost importance. She oversaw all of the preparations and brought her own chef with her for home.
The flowers were on point, from Pooh Corner, right in Bethel
Felicia was so thrilled to have her family with her on vacation and for her wedding.
One of my favorite parts of the day was when everyone ended up chilling out around the fire. A wonderful Maine wedding!
Luke and Laura’s long-awaited March wedding in Maine was a treat for all involved!
I met up with the women getting ready at the Grand Jordan at Sunday River, where Laura’s mother and great aunt, as well as the couple’s baby daughter were on the scene.
We moved down to the Glen House, aka: bridal party central. Luke and the guys got organized there, along with the couple’s toddler son.
The day was gorgeous!
The deck connecting the Grand Jordan Hotel to the slopes of Sunday River was the perfect location for a Maine winter wedding. The chilly temperatures gave the bride her reason to wear her beloved Buffalo Plaid, a detail that made the whole day come together.
The reception was rocking, even if one or two of the younger set pooped out before the music stopped spinning.
Ellen and Elliot hosted a phenomenal New Year’s Eve Maine wedding at the Portland Company.
While the women were getting ready at Ellen’s parents’ home, the guys were at a hotel having pillow fights. you know, as guys do.
At the Portland Company, the entire celebration was held in the single location. Very detail was meticulously attended to by Craig’s team at Churchill Events. As the Father of the bride mentioned in his toast to everyone – “In Craig we trust” – everything ran like a clock!
The dancing was fantastic and the midnight countdown to crazy hats and little horns was a sight to behold!
It was such a memorable fun evening! Many more photos to come next week over on our Facebook page!
I met Chris and Emi for the first time on their wedding day, as I do with many of my clients, chatting by phone, Skype and email in the months leading up to the big day. I suspect that they found the wedding planning a little overwhelming, although the day ran like clockwork.
This was a somewhat small wedding, with under forty guests, many flying in from California and Europe, and even a couple from Asia. There was also a small but vocal Maine contingent, as Chris was raised in Lewiston.
There was a fun metropolitan California gay vibe overlaid on a down-home rustic Maine sensibility. It was incredible how these two divergent cultures melded for the weekend. After a day of playing very competitive gamers, the crew partied into the night.
Kyla and Darren, two snow lovers at heart, decided to recreate their first big date for their wedding. A ski trip and a hockey game!
We all met at the Artist’s Covered Bridge in Newry where Ellie held a very beautiful ceremony. We were one witness short, so we trundled up at Sunday River and got a passerby to witness the paperwork. Then it was onto the Chondola for a ride to the top for some portraits and fun.
It was a chilly day, but Kyla (a hearty Canadian) was more than happy to shed her ski parka for photos! Here is a girl after my own heart!
I had so much fun with the two of you! Many happy ski trips (and hockey games) to you both!