In 2006 I decided moved to Canada to live with my then-boyfriend Nick. I was so madly in love and excited to move to Canada that I didn’t fill out any immigration paperwork. Duh! Needless to say, when I got to the Canadian border they weren’t too pleased. After making us sweat for what felt like an hour, they issued me a 30-day visa and explained that I had to either:Read More
Maine has such a special place in my heart. I grew up in Southern New Hampshire, but every summer my family camped on Mount Desert Island off the coast of Maine. My parents fell in love with the rugged coastline and vowed to one day retire to Maine.
Their dream came true in 2006! That year also happened to be the same summer that my husband and I got married in the backyard of their Maine home.Read More
Many couples ask me about possible locations for waterfront weddings here in Maine. Of course, many people choosing to get married in Maine want a waterfront wedding because we have it all: lakes, ponds, rivers, and beaches. There's something special about waterfront weddings; an expanse and openness to the setting. And who wouldn't love the crashing surf as a backdrop for their wedding ceremony?! So, if you're looking for a waterfront venue for your wedding, this post is for you.Read More
Are you looking for a Maine Justice of the Peace to perform your wedding ceremony? What you’ll find is that there are none in Maine!*Read More
Are you considering an elopement in Maine? What a great idea! We have so many wonderful places to get married. Elopements come in all shapes and sizes these days. Some refer to an intimate wedding with less than 20 guests as an elopement, while other still use the term to mean: “Let’s get married tomorrow with just two witnesses!” This list will include a mix of both types of places where you can elope in Maine.Read More