Exquisite Maine Elegance at Hidden Pond Kennebunkport

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Exquisite Maine Elegance at Hidden Pond Kennebunkport

Dustin and Mallory were married on a fall day in Maine at beautiful Kennebunkport. These two met thanks in part to their love of vizslas as well as some friends nudging this love connection along. Their romance led to an impromptu trip to Maine where they fell in love with Hidden Pond, in particular, Earth – the onsite restaurant. They adored its blend of ease and intimacy. It was this trip that planted the seeds for the wedding to come.

It’s easy to see why they fell for Hidden Pond. The grounds are lush and full of gardens and lovely greenery; rustic elegance in every corner. Preparations for the day were well underway with ladies helping Mallory with dressing and her final details. Her dress was stunning with an equally gorgeous full bouquet. The gentlemen gathered together as well, enjoying good conversation and laughs while straightening ties and pinning flowers.

Feeling both intimate and warm, the ceremony was a balance of organic elements and touches of woodsy whimsy. With lanterns lining the aisle and under a draped floral archway, the bride and groom exchanged their vows in front of their loved ones. It’s not a surprise that these self-described ‘bourbon loving southerners’ know how to celebrate. Wooden tables laden with thick greenery and full blossoms complemented the elegant and romantic atmosphere. Surrounded by amazing food and a phenomenal dance band, Mallory was right, ‘black-tie doesn’t mean boring’! This tightknit group sure knew how to celebrate enjoying every last second with the newlyweds. We hope you enjoy their highlights as much as we did capturing them!

Thanks so much to David Murray for the lovely cover photo!

A Luxurious Las Vegas Wedding in Boothbay, Maine

A Luxurious Las Vegas Wedding in Boothbay, Maine
Rochelle and Michael were married on August 29, 2015 at the Wilson Memorial Chapel in Ocean Point, ME. This charming chapel was a long way from the Las Vegas courtship that brought this couple to their wedding day. Rochelle had spent her childhood visiting her grandmother in Boothbay. Celebrating their reception at the Costal Maine Botanical Garden, where her grandmother is a founding member, was a natural choice. Guests enjoyed a sunset cocktail hour on the grounds surrounded by summer flowers and then entered the gold and glitter under the reception tent. The day was filled with lovely emotion from the bride and groom with many tears and smiles. Rochelle and Mike were so happy that so many of their family and friends could make it to celebrate with them that day. Enjoy!
Photographer – Cindy Giovagnoli – Cuppa Photography
Ceremony – Wilson Memorial Chapel
Wedding Planner – Cairn Events