A wedding on Peaks Island always has that little something special. Being on an island means you have to try just a little harder to plan, just a little harder to coordinate and just a little harder to make it happen. I love it when our couples put in that extra effort. Kaylyn and Evan were so ready to be husband and wife. All day Kaylyn was buzzing about so ready to walk down the aisle. She laughed, cried and jumped around when she got into the dress and put on the veil. Evan cried when she walked down the aisle in the backyard of a family cottage. With the ocean backdrop, they said “YES!” and before you knew it, the deal was done.
It was a super super hot day here in Maine. The light was bright and the sun was was cooking us all with its delicious heat. I was pretty impressed with the dancing that took place at the reception in spite of the humidity. Props to you guys. Evan wrote the first dance song AND a special song for his mother son dance. How cool is that? Then a surprise ukuleleÂ band comprised of family and friends played a special song and then walked down to the ferry dock to send the couple off on their Hawaiian honeymoon. Such a cute and fun day.