North Berwick Maine Wedding: Anna and Weston

Sometimes a wedding just fits. Anna and Weston’s farm wedding was a perfect picture of who these two are as far as we can tell. They held the wedding a the meeting house just up the road from Anna’s parents Garlic farm, where her parents live and work. Anna wore an heirloom gown that first belonged to her grandmother, then her mother, then her sister, and then her! The flowers were grown on the property too! We loved how involved their fur-baby was in the wedding as well. Mahoney their rescue pup walked down the aisle and sat next to them as they exchanged their vows. If Anna and Weston weren’t being so romantic up there, Mahoney may have stolen the show.

After the ceremony, we took a horse drawn carriage back to the house, where dinner was served in their barn. Next we all moved over the dancing tent and enjoyed music and dancing under a beautiful summer moon. Can we go back and be guests??The groom adjusts his suspenders The groomsmen tie bowtiesThe two wedding dressesThe bride writes a letterAll the dogs lounging before the ceremonyThe bridesmaids help the bride get her shoes onThe bride and her dogThe dog heading into the ceremony The bride and her father The bride walks down the aisleThe ceremonyThe ceremony
The bride and groom exit the ceremony Heading the reception in the carriage
A flower girl running through the field A flower girl and a chickenThe parents of the bride The bride at the reception The bride listening the speechesThe bride and groom with the farm The groom kissing the bride on the templeThe bride and groom in the barn doorsThe bride and her dress The bride and groom embrace The bride and her twirling dressThe dancing tent The bride and groom cut the cake The first dance Dance Dancing The bride and her sister The bride tosses her boquet All the girls trying to catch the boquet

Ceremony: Oakwoods Meeting House  |  Venue: Private Residence

Catering: Dandelion Catering  |  Reception Band: The Soggy Po Boys

Gowns: An heirloom gown worn by Grandmother, Mother, and Sister AND a BHLDN gown

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