Category Archives: Weddings

Portland Maine Wedding: Arielle and Mike

Some weddings stand out pretty intensely, and Arielle and Mike’s one of a kind wedding was one of those. There’s a lot of reasons for that too. Both Arielle and Mike are staunchly independent, confident, and radiate joy. They love each other with a fierceness that anyone in their presence can see plainly. A long and intertwined love…

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Penobscot Maine Wedding: Katie and Dylan

O hello there, gorgeous wedding! This one you guys… the light was absolutely the best of the year and we were freaking out you guys. I think Katie and Dylan thought we had lost our ever loving minds. If you guys see them, please tell them we aren’t always that squirrel-like, running around crazy. Ok?…

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Hebron New Hampshire Wedding: Stephen and Bree

Man do we love an intimate wedding. Its one of those things where all the extra stuff is boiled down and all that’s left are the essentials. Don’t get us wrong… we do love living that extra life but we love the pure simplicity too. Stephen and Bree brought their closest friends and family to New Hampshire to…

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Kennebunkport Wedding: Lara and Jeff

Chill. Cool. Stylish. Those are the three words that come forward first when I think of Lara and Jeff’s Kennebunkport Wedding. There are a lot of other positive words I can say but those are the ones at the forefront. These two ooze cool vibes, without the vibes of “too cool for you.” That is the…

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Broadturn Farm Wedding: Rachel and Ryan

A very Maine wedding that didn’t even involve the ocean? Yup! Rachel and Ryan did it and we were impressed. First, Rachel got ready at an Airbnb in the Old Port of Portland, which felt very Maine-y to me. It’s rare we get to work in the Old Port for a wedding so it was fun…

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