Well, I honestly don’t even know what to write. It’s hard when you connect with a couple on such a deep level that everything you write just seems to trivial. I need to work on my vocabulary so I can better put into words how I feel about our precious couples.
Meg and Nate are incredible humans. As I listened to the toasts during the wedding, it was clear that I am in the majority in thinking this about them. Both are highly successful in their own right, Meg even has the ole “Dr.” in front of her name. They could not be more humble though. We spent a whole weekend with them this past March in a cabin the woods for their engagement session, which brought us all even closer, making the wedding day feel like we were witnessing our friends get married. To say I cried a little seems obvious to any long-term readers. They said “I do” in the front yard of a house that has been in Nate’s family for generations. The weather was on point and it stayed that way all day into the gorgeous Maine sunset. Everyone made their way to the tent for dinner and dancing and before we knew it, the day was ending. I’d be super sad if I thought this was goodbye with us and these two, but I know that we will be friends for life.
Also…. Bean Boots.
Venue: Private Property | Catering: Trillium Catering