All your dreams are about to come true- you have been planning for years and months and your day is almost here .As you anxiously look ahead to your day the weatherman is expecting less than the perfect day you dreamed of.
We have worked with many couples and no ever wants it to rain on their special day- That being said you have chosen the beautiful state of Maine-and as the saying goes wait 10 minutes and the weather will change, and so it does.
So if your special day is arriving and the weatherman is predicting less than perfect weather- you have time to make plans to make your wedding and your photo's perfect.
Stay calm and remember this is the day you have both chosen to start your life as a legally wed couple
Sonja and Lars planned their destination Maine wedding for over and year. And June is traditionally been the month to be married. They chose the stately St Patrick’s Catholic Church for a traditional wedding service and the chic Contended Sole in New Harbor for their reception.
The Day began with a beautiful fog and mist as the couple and their wedding attendants got ready for their special day at the The Bradley Inn in New Harbor.
The pictures were lovely as the Sonja and Lars had their first look and some alone time as their Photographer captured the magic of this picture perfect setting and lighting
As the couple arrived at the church the flood gates opened up and it poured buckets. It was torrential. All the lovely bridesamids and handsome attendants never missed a beat. A traditonal wedding mass was held as the storm as brewing larger outside. The smiles and the love among family and friends is what shined through
The quick thinking experienced photographer captured some unique clever shots including some with umbrellas and other rainy day attire
The groomsmen were sporting our Ike evening navy tuxedo’s which were perfect for this Maine weather
The Contended Sole in New Harbor was the perfect spot for family and friends traveling Internationally and domestically to experience a beautiful working Harbor and the fine dining experience of an up scale bistro
The Centerpieces were the perfect shades of peaches, creams, ivories and hints of blue to blend thrine e casual style of the Contended Sole to the sophistifacation of this beautiful timeless wedding reception.
The vessels used to create the flowing abundant flowers were a rental item from Shelley's Flowers and Gifts. Rental items are very popular for bridal couples having their nuptials in Maine. They can be used to the celebration - there is no need to buy extra items. Most Maine Destination weddings take advantage of this service that we offer
Through out the whole celebration- Sonja and Lars were glowing- the sun shown in their hearts and love for each other .
Katherine and Jason live on the coast of Maine in St George. When they planned their July wedding at Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde they dreamed of a sunny day surrounded by friends and family.
The morning of their wedding was one of those " Pea Soup" thick as fog days. As the fog horns sounded Katherine and Jason exchanged their first looks - the photographer captured the love they have for each other and their love of their home town and the beautiful Coast of Maine
Katherine wanted bright vivid blooms so she chose Hot pink Peonies for her special day. The fog and mist added to the beauty of their special day
Maybe they did not get the picture sunny day they had hoped for- there photos could not have been any more romantic and beautiful
Noelle came to Maine for her winter destination - As she and her intimate wedding party prepared for their pictures at the Samoset Resortt- the weather took a turn and the sleet turned to snow
Noelle chose beautiful white to ivory roses for her bouquet with natural touches of Maine winter foliage's- balsam, pine accented with the textures of Maine Pine and Spruce cones. As the weather hinted at precipitation Noelle glowed her beautiful gown and striking matching winter cape
Casey and Joe celebrated with family and friends for their wedding in Union.
When the skies opened up and down poured clever photographer S
Samantha Kensell captured this beautiful image that could not be replicated if you tried for years to capture such a perfect shot.