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
Sweet Caroline and dashing Tim got married in Maine right on the shores of Sebago Lake at the cozy, elegant (yes, those two adjectives can go together!) Migis Lodge. Early May weddings can be risky, weather-wise, here in Maine, but the weather held off and the vision they had of marrying lakeside became a reality. From Caroline's epic bouquet created by...Read More
Maria is amazing. She has such a warm personality and worked really hard to write a beautiful ceremony that we loved. Friends and family commented on how personal and touching the ceremony was. The ceremony itself felt like us (...we laughed! we cried! the whole 9 yards). Logistics: Maria first spoke to us over skype, exchanged a few emails, met with us in person, led our rehearsal, and met me before the ceremony. She explained how to get our marriage license, she helped us make some ceremony decisions, and she is just a nice person to be around. Nothing negative to say - she is wonderful.
Caroline + Tim
here's what i have to say about this ceremony: sweet, sweet, sweet! super duper sweet couple, short and sweet ceremony, sweet location...you get the picture. mare and rich decided to get married while staying at the world's cutest cabin on damariscotta lake. no one but mare's kids knew about the ceremony, until the day before when they invited some friends to attend who were staying nearby (by the way, they were friends who were celebrating their 19th wedding anniversary on the same day!). even still, most everyone in their lives had no idea and will receive a postcard in the mail saying "greetings from maine" with the good news! congratulations, you two!