Midcoast Maine Wedding | Midcoast Maine Wedding Photographers
Julie and Lorenzo, your midcoast Maine wedding may have been chilly, but the love around you was super warm, and you were champs!
Committed to an outdoor ceremony at Point Lookout if at all possible, the weather cooperated with blue skies, with temperatures well below normal. And, there was an occasional wind chill to make everyone think it was more like January. The ceremony was a tidy 14 minutes long, which at least made sitting outside in the cold temps temporary. But though it was short, the ceremony, with personally-written vows, was beautiful, touching, and meaningful. Julie and Lorenzo had done a first look before the ceremony. We all then travelled nearby to Lincolnville’s Ducktrap Beach and then to the Point Lookout Farm in Northport for some portraiture and artistic photos. They were comfortable and easy-going, every step of the way. And willing to do so much in our time together.
Ducking in and out of the warm car was key to success here. But notice how Julie and Lorenzo don’t really look cold in any one of these photos, which are some of our favorites from the day.
Returning to do bridal party and family photos before the 3:30PM ceremony, we did end up doing some of these photos indoors. After the ceremony everyone gathered for a group shot, then headed in for all the warmth of the indoors and cocktail hour. There was lots of fun and delicious eats as the night progressed.
Congratulations, Julie and Lorenzo, for your doing everything so right for your dream wedding!
Midcoast Maine wedding photographers, Russell and Liz Caron, are romantics at heart who love photographing people in love. Are you getting married? No matter where your wedding is located, we’d love to travel there and take breathtaking wedding photos. For more information contact us right away!
Fun Crescent Beach Engagement | Maine Engagement Photographers
Caroline and Mikey, thanks for the fun Crescent Beach engagement session! There are often two schools of people when it comes to having photos taken. The first school is the “I hate having my photo taken” attitude, and I think we’ve all fallen into that category at least once. The other school is the “I’ll make the best of the situation” approach. Some of us fall into this, on occasion.
As photographers, part of our job is to get our subjects to relax and appear easy going in front of the camera. It can sometimes be a daunting task, but thankfully, we didn’t have to worry about that!
Luckily for us, Caroline and Mikey fall into the second group and made the best of the situation. Not only that, they made it fun for themselves (at least we think they did?), and for us! That’s a complete win win! They were fun and engaging (see what we did there?), and their photos reflect that.
Caroline and Mikey will be married in July 2020 at St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Kennebunkport, with a reception following at a private residence in Kennebunk. We’re looking forward to photographing them again, surrounded by their families and friends. It’s going to be a day full of fun and laughter, and great photos!
Elegant Point Lookout Wedding | Maine Wedding Photographers
Tiffani and Peter, your elegant Point Lookout wedding is one for the books. We could not have scripted a better day for you! First of all, the late summer day was cool and sunny. Your bridal party was super fun. Seasons Downeast flowers were incredible. And, Tiffani, your wedding dress was to-die-for!
As if those details weren’t enough, the first look was just beautiful! Two wonderful people, so in love, seeing each other for the first time. The love and joy were incredible to photograph.
The outdoor ceremony was very sweet, with Captain Barnes working his magic. And Tiffani finally got that wedding band on Pete’s finger 🙂
And lastly, we can’t talk about your wedding without mentioning the fantastic party!! DJ Greg Young, of Northeast Event Design, kept the party in high gear all. night. long! The dancing was really fun and creative. Some of the dance moves we’d never seen before! Non-stop fun!
Tiffani and Peter, we had a great day with you, and it was an honor to photograph your elegant Point Lookout wedding! Here are just a few of our favorites from your love-filled wedding day. Congratulations to you both!
Amy and Andrew had a sweet Dresden Maine wedding, on a perfectly beautiful day. When asked how they wanted their wedding to feel to their guests, and Amy replied, “fun, romantic, and relaxed.” This wedding was all of that!
We began at the Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort for bridal party prep. We also decided to do Amy and Andrew’s first look photos there. And I’m so glad we did, because it was one of the very sweetest first looks ever! They were so cute seeing each other for the first time. And we loved the fact that they ignored us and gave us lots of opportunity to get some great photos!
We went to Fort Edgecomb, just a short drive away, to do bridal party and family photos. It was a gorgeous late summer day, and we practically had the park to ourselves!
The ceremony was in neighboring Dresden, at Amy’s childhood home. Complete with a strange fore the ceremony, a tent for the reception, and a red VW photobus!
It was a wonderful day! Congratulations Amy and Andrew, here are some of our favorites of the day.
Edgecomb Maine Wedding | Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort
Kaitlynn and Tyler wanted their Edgecomb Maine wedding to feel relaxed, simple, and happy. And they nailed it (!) at the Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort!
While there had been a few showers passing through the area in the early afternoon. The rain stopped and there was plenty of time to have a sweet ceremony outside in the garden. The leftover clouds made for some gorgeous backdrops for beautiful photos.
There was abounding love from family and friends…so so much, it was so evident! Kaitlynn, your dad’s pride and love was so evident as he walked you down the aisle! And, look at how you’re looking at him as you processed in!)! Same during the toast he gave. Getting choked up, as he did, was very sweet. We are sure you will never forget this – and all the other moments of the day!
You and Tyler were such good sports to allow me* to take you around the property for the artistic set. For instance, the 300’+ walkway to the dock into the certainly afforded us many options. To the delight of not just me as your photographer, but also to passing motorists who blew their horns! Congratulations, Kaitlynn and Tyler!!
*I always like to note when either Liz or Russ shoot a wedding solo. This was one such rare day where that was the case – photographed by Russell Caron.
Maine Wedding Photography Team | Maine Wedding Photographers
We’re Russ and Liz, and we like to do things a little differently as a Maine wedding photography team. Every wedding we photograph is a chance to tell a beautiful love story. Your love story! So, we do things our way. Read on to find out how we work together and with you.