Category Archives: Same-Sex Wedding

Portland Maine City Hall Wedding: Stephen and Marc

I’ve started and stopped and re-written the blog post too many times. I don’t even know what to say though!! Can, “WE LOVE THESE GUYS,” be a sufficient blog post for you? Can it? Probably not. I know. When I think back on our life as a couple and all our friends, I can honestly say that never have we…

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Prout’s Neck Maine Wedding: Gretchen and Kaleigh

What can I write about Gretchen and Kaleigh? I’ve been putting this off for a while now since I love them both so very much. We’ve been friends for years and I’m still a little heartbroken they don’t live here anymore. Trying to articulate how I felt about being a part of this wedding is…

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Portland Maine City Hall Elopement: Ellen and Lydia

Lydia & Ellen spend their last day in New England getting married! Having lived in Boston for a while, they were moving back to Chicago, but not before they became Wife and Wife. Talk about going out from New England in style! They love hiking together and a good beer and this elopement included a teeny…

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Stowe Vermont Wedding: Colleen and Kirsten

Kirsten and Colleen’s wedding was bursting at the seams with smiles, laughs, and love. Really you guys. Other than a handful of moments that moved everyone to tears (and rightfully so), all we saw all day was HUGE smiles and belly laughs. What more can you ask for on a wedding day? The couple decided…

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Cambridge Massachusetts Wedding: John and Michael

It’s not possible sum up this day for you guys without first telling you about our connection to John and Michael. Back in 2011, Dan and I moved to Boston. John was to be my boss and he was one of the first people I met. Instead of getting right down to business, John took the time…

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