Abbie and Javi’s Maine Summer Camp Wedding

Abbie and Javi were married at Camp Wohelo, making her the fourth generation in her family to wed there. Javi and his family are Cuban and brought the party to Maine! I remember skyping with them the first time and when we closed the call, I looked at Dan and said “O MY GOD I love them!!! We have to do their wedding!!!” It was love at first skype for us! They are our very own Lucy and Ricky…

The wedding was at a local Catholic church and was followed by the reception at the camp, with a dinner of Lobsters caught and cooked by Abbie’s Dad. All the details were made with love by Abbie herself and the cake was made by her mother and decorated by her sister. The guests, although they were from great distances and did not know one another very well in the beginning, it really started to feel like two families coming together, rather than just Abbie and Javi. The weather was undeniably perfect, with a sunset that was a stunning capstone to the day. I was wondering why no one was really dancing after dinner and then Dan let me know that nature was stealing the show with its closing sunset. Once the stars came out, the dancing began and it was all smiles all night!

As a special treat, Aaron Steel of A Good Look Productions shared this film he shot of their wedding day! Enjoy!

Just a Little Bit from Aaron Steele on Vimeo.

Ceremony: St. Joseph Parish   |   Reception: Camp Wohelo   |   Flowers:  Raymond Village Florist

Videographer: A Good Look Productions

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3 Comments

  1. Abbie
    October 1, 2012

    WE LOVE YOU BETHANY & DAN! Thank you so much!!!

    Reply
  2. Lily Dalton
    October 1, 2012

    The pictures are Beautiful!!

    Reply
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