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Mark + Sarah in Winterport Maine

Welcome to the wedding of Mark and Sarah, such a pretty day in Winterport Maine this September! I’m so happy to finally share this post with you, because what a stunner it was with their amazing details!

Mark and Sarah live in the D.C. area these days, but they traveled up to their New England roots to celebrate the special day with friends and family. Sarah’s family worked hard to clean up an old barn on their property, also an adorable 9-hole golf course. But first, the day started with a most giddy couple who were just crazy in love and ready to walk down the aisle of their local Meeting House!

The boys had a great time with my colleague, Joe of Symphony Photography!

This is the part where the newly-minted groom finally bursts to tell his wife how he left his entire suit down in D.C., and friends had to scrap to help at various Augusta and New Jersey Macy’s stores to come up with a fix!

Lawn games! A huge hit.

And now for the barn… just amazing. It was fun to stop by in the morning and visit with Jacin of Lovely Little Details as she set the stage for the evening!

Congratulations to you, Mark and Sarah, and to your entire family! You guys are so much fun to be around, and your love just as beautiful to photograph as all the creative details were! I hope we meet again.

Lastly, a huge thank you to Joe of Symphony Photography who made the trip to Maine to help me capture the day!

Planning, Design & Reception Florals: Lovely Little Details | Ceremony site: Winterport Union House | Reception: Streamside Golf Course | Wedding Florals: Verona Island Flowers | Catering: Maine Coast Catering | Pies: Dysart’s | Cake: Grandma! | Hair/Make-up: The L Factor Salon | Dress: Paloma Blanca | Bridesmaids: J.Crew | Rentals: Wallace Tent & Party Rental

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  • December 22, 2011 - 1:12 pm

    Dawn & Jack Libby - Beautiful, I love what you all did with the barn, it looks great. Looks like everyone had a great time, congrats.

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