Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Kylie and Tim from Shin Pond Village

Located just 15 miles outside the northern entrance to Baxter State Park, Shin Pond Village is an outdoorsman's dream and the perfect setting for Kylie and Tim's rustic wedding. From the unique beer pouring unity ceremony to the bottle cap boutonnieres, I love the way that Kylie made sure to incorporate Tim's love for craft beer into the details of the day.

Congratulations Kylie and Tim!

Venue: Shin Pond Village
Photographer: Morgan Lynn Portraits
DJ: DJD Entertainment 

 

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Joelle and Brian from Fruitlands Museum

With sweeping views overlooking the Nashua River Valley, Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, MA was the gorgeous setting for Joelle and Brian's August wedding. I always look forward to reuniting with past clients, and it was fun to see how Brian's family and grown since I filmed his sister's wedding three years ago. From the first look, to the vows, speeches and first dance, it was clear that Joelle and Brian are meant for each other. It certainly was a perfect day for a perfect couple.

Congratulations Joelle and Brian!

Venue: Fruitlands Museum
Planner/Photographer/DJ: Amazing DJ Music Sound & Photography

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Rachel and Adam from Marianmade Farm

Nestled on the banks of the Sheepscot River, Marianmade Farm is one of the most unique and beautiful venues that I get the opportunity to film at. The natural beauty of this working flower farm is breathtaking. After an outdoor ceremony, and cocktail hour on the lawn, guests moved into the timber framed Lavender Drying House for a delicious family-style dinner provided by Fire & Co. wood-fired catering. Wedding planners Mae and Amy from Amy Mae Design helped make this dream of a wedding day a reality, and it was a pleasure to meet and work alongside Lindsay of Lindsay Conners Photography. Keep your eyes open for the amazing display of desserts provided by Nothing Bakes Like a Parrott. 

Congratulations Rachel and Adam!

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Teressa and Steve from the Bar Harbor Club

Beautiful weather, a beautiful bride and a beautiful location pretty much sums up Teressa and Steve's coastal wedding. In a ceremony overlooking Frenchman's Bay at the breathtaking Bar Harbor Club, the couple said their vows before throwing an amazing party that kept guests smiling (and dancing!) well into the night.

Congratulations Teressa and Steve!

Rosalie and Garrett from Bethel, Maine

Though nobody wants rain on their big day, I think the misty showers only added to Rosalie and Garrett's perfect October wedding. It seemed to only enhance the colors of the autumn leaves and actually led to an amazing photo opportunity under a covered bridge. You always want to end your wedding season with a bang, and this certainly was a celebration to remember. After saying their (tear-jerking) vows at West Parish Congregational Church, the party continued at The Bethel Inn Resort. It was a pleasure to work once again with James Flachsbart of Flax Studios who captured some amazing images throughout the day. This film is a must-see!

Congratulations Rosalie and Garrett!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Kristin and Adam from Bangor, Maine

It's always nice to work with some familiar faces. Two years ago, I had the opportunity to film Kristin's brother's wedding, so I already had an idea that this would be a big, fun celebrationKristin and Adam met in pharmacy school in Rhode Island, and, after years of their lives overlapping, started dating just before graduation (check out their pill bottle wedding favors!)  The festivities were held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor with the bright colors of autumn all aroundIt was a pleasure to meet and work alongside Susan Sancomb of Susan Sancomb Photography out of Rhode Island.

Congratulations Kristin and Adam!
 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Stacey and Brandon from the New England Outdoor Center

You can't get more Maine than a wedding in the wilderness, on a lake, with the majestic Mount Katahdin as your backdrop! I typically travel anywhere from two to four hours for each wedding that I film, so having the opportunity to work at the New England Outdoor Center in Millinocket was a huge treat. I began looking forward to this day from the moment that I first met Stacey last March. I knew that it would be a beautiful wedding with some amazing people, and it certainly didn't disappoint.  It was so nice to work alongside fellow Lincoln native Lindsay Harrington of Harrington Photo & Design. Be sure not to miss a minute of this couple's perfect wedding day!

Congratulations Stacey and Brandon!