Amy and Dan’s South Paris Maine Wedding

Amy and Dan were married at the top of a mountain, overlooking Maine and even neighboring states and mountain ranges. The approach to the top gave no hint of the unbelievable view upon arrival at The Inn at Pinnacle Mountain.  It was such a gorgeous place to say the vows.

Their wedding was intimate, with only their immediate family attending. After the first look, we went right into the ceremony, with their nerves behind them. A dinner of lobster followed with a hot pink sunset to watch as they celebrated. This wedding was similar to what we had imagined for our own, so we were completely comfortable in that setting with their welcoming family. It was such a good day to be a wedding photographer.

The bride and her soon to be mother in law The bride getting dressed before the ceremonyThe groom before the ceremony The groom getting ready before the ceremony

The bride and groom seeing each other on the wedding dayThe ceremony landscape The bride and her father The couple exiting the ceremonyThe couple and the forest The bride and groom against the sky Amy and Dan Wedding 0324 The bride and groomdancing The first dance Playing cornhole The bride and groom getting lobster to eat The lobster dinner Having fun The mother of the groom watches the first danceJust the couple A close up of the coupleA portrait of the bride The bride and groom having funThe dinner table and the scenery

Gown: B.H.L.D.N  |  Makeup: Makeup by Kim  |  Hair: Element Day Spa

Venue: The Inn at Pinnacle Mountain

More from Amy and Dan: Engagement Session   |   Meet our Couples

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1 Comment

  1. Brittany G.
    July 2, 2015

    What a beautiful wedding! The Mr. and Mrs. aprons for the lobster dinner are adorable! That was my favorite picture! This is also the type of mountain view I thought I’d have on my wedding day – I got clouds instead! (And if any of y’all haven’t looked at Brittany & Jim – October 4th – I don’t mean a view of clouds; I mean we were in a cloud!)


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