Why should you get married in Maine? Absolutely stunning change of seasons, charming villages, working waterfronts, breathtaking coastline, unique delicious local cuisine.
The quick answer: MAINE is unforgettable!!
Natalie + Tom
Natalie wanted a chic wedding with many natural elements from the environment around her. Focusing on whites and greens and pops of yellow and burgundy accents we created a casual yet chic design to fit the outdoor environment of the stunning Blue Hill Maine peninsula. Natalie’s wedding party all wore white and stunning floral crowns. The men wore suit with no tie and a pocket square with burgundy stitching.
Photographer: Kate Crabtree
Videographer: LVM Productions
Floral & Design: Sweetest Thing Weddings
Ceremony: Private Residence
Reception: Private Residence
Catering: Anne Rioux
Rentals: Wallace Tent
Music: Christopher Lothridge
Hair: Angela Kirk
Stella + Tim
Stella wanted an elegant wedding on the coast of Maine without it being stuffy. Stella was drawn to delicate flowers like ranunculus and David Austin roses, and in soft colors of blush and white. We were in a large tent so we broke up the space with tall arrangements of hydrangeas and low arrangements of peonies, ranunculus and roses in glass urns. We added in accents of wood and burlap to bring in the rustic charm of the yacht club. These two elements together made the overall design seamless. Stella used mirrored signs and gold votives to complete the design. The complete design made for a truly elegant event without being pretentious.
Photographer: Amy Wilton
Videographer: S+P Films
Ceremony: Camden Amphitheater
Reception: Camden Yacht Club
Catering: Stone Cove Catering
Bar: Downeast Bartending
Rentals: One Stop Events
Cocktail Music: Maine Coast Music
Gelato Bar: Gelato Fiasco
Cupcake: Smile Big Laugh Loud
Hair & Make Up: Gina: A Paul Mitchell Focused Salon
Julienne + Bill
Julienne and Bill were having a small luxury elopement in Camden. They wanted to put a lot of emphasis on the food and therefore our first focus was securing Primo Restaurant. For the design we were inspired by Julienne’s blush dress. We used a ivory underlay runner and blush lace overlay. Being that the event was in the a barn we wanted to add some natural elements of the design. We used wooden farm tables, vintage copper vessels and gold candlesticks. We filled the vessels with peonies, roses, astilbe. The blend of vintage metal and soft flowers makes for a perfect combination.
Photographer: Kate Crabtree Photography
Ceremony Location: Vesper Hill Children’ Chapel
Ceremony Music: Ira Kramer
Hair & Make Up: Gina (A Paul Mitchell Salon)
Reception, Food, Cake + Beverage: Primo Restaurant
Rentals: Wallace Events
Lighting: The Event Light Pros
Flowers+ Design: Sweetest Thing Weddings
Planning: Sweetest Thing Weddings
Stacy + Mike
Photographer: i am Sarah V
Rentals + Tent: Exeter Events and Tents
Planning + Design: Sweetest Thing Weddings
Stacy’s vision was a elegant backyard wedding, not too fancy but not too casual. We decided to combine the casual elements of burlap + wood with classically elegant flowers white casablanca lilies + calla lilies. This balance was detailed with white framed chalkboards to seat and welcome guests.