Maine Wedding Floral Designers and Florists | Maine Wedding Photographers
In the Maine wedding vendor world, we’re surrounded by so many diverse and talented artists. We’re all artists because we all create something beautiful. Whether that’s hair, makeup, florals, music, planning, venues, cakes, bridal attire, food, or photographs! Maine wedding vendor artists have an enormous wealth of talent, and today we’re talking specifically about Maine wedding floral designers and florists.
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Crescent Beach Engagement Photo | Cape Elizabeth Engagements
We had an absolutely blast with Emily and Jake, can you tell from their Crescent Beach engagement photo?!? So. Much. Fun!!
Thinking back on what we said about our #1 top wedding photo of 2018 (here) we said something to the effect of “if you could have only one photo from your wedding, this would be it.” Well, that is what we found ourselves saying here with this engagement photo. We scored soooo many fun and loving shots of Emily and Jake. For sure, having to have just one isn’t in the equation. BUT, here we say it again, this ONE photo so perfectly sums up the fun and love these two share, it would be this one. That one special shot that would just look amazing as a large canvas on the living room wall. That’s why this one is our #1 top engagement photo of 2018!
See Emily and Jake’s Crescent Beach engagement!
Emily and Jake, your Mount Sunapee wedding can’t come soon enough! We can’t wait to see what will unfold as August turns to September! We already “just know” that you’ve chosen a spot perfect for what will no doubt be a totally amazing wedding day.
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Beachy Kennebunk Engagement Image | Maine Engagement Photography
Megan and Mike were so much fun to photograph, as you can see from this beachy Kennebunk engagement image!
Honestly, I mean, how much more iconic could a summery, “beachy” engagement image be? We ended up at the always-spectacular Gooch’s Beach area of Kennebunk. Megan and Mike were awesome sports! They hadn’t really planned or dressed for romping in the water, but they were game, and so were we!
We explored the very differing effects of running along the shoreline toward the light, and then reversing things to have the light falling on them (as in this shot).
And it’s not all about the photography and the light, it wouldn’t begin to be a worthy photograph without a really loving couple simply enjoying themselves and looking lovingly into each other’s eyes.
You can see all the fun we had during their beachy Kennebunkport engagement session!
It all adds up to being one of our top two engagement photos of the entire 2018 season. We’re really looking forward to more fun and beautiful photos this summer during their Nonantum Resort wedding!
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Kennebunkport Engagement Photo | Kennebunkport Wedding Photographers
Colby and Andrew come in at #3 with their Kennebunkport engagement photo! What we love about this photo is that Colby and Andrew are so at ease and relaxed!
It was a rather cold early December day, though not so cold that shooting outside was too difficult. These two were great sports, not worrying about heavy coats, rather just to have a great time being themselves.
It’s a great time to chat about how valuable engagement sessions are, for both the couple and for us as their photographers. For the couple, they get to have an idea of how it’ll be during their one-on-one time with their photographers on wedding day. For us, we get the chance ahead of wedding day to let them know we are pretty easy going, and will ensure that they are given the chance to best be themselves. This ultimately pays off big in how they, and we, love their photos.
We find that most couples for sure don’t want to be left to their own accord to “know” what to do during their session. Yet it is vital that once we direct to the point of our couples interacting together, and only looking at the camera when asked. Which is a relatively very small percentage of the time.
Colby and Andrew’s Nonantum Resort wedding next October is going to be one for the record books, we can already tell. And we can’t wait.
Who’ll be our #2 tomorrow??
See their winter Kennebunkport engagement!
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Cape Elizabeth Engagement Photo | Maine Wedding Photographers
Dana and James met us in Cape Elizabeth for their engagement session in early November. We loved the feeling of quietude and peacefulness that late fall brings to the coast of Maine. It was really chilly and gray, which lends a whole host of beautiful elements to their Cape Elizabeth engagement photo that comes in at #4 in our countdown.
One of the things we love about this photo is that Dana and James are having lots of fun interacting with each other. They’re really not paying attention to the two photographers, 4 cameras, and 6 lenses standing a dozen yards away! We also love that the boardwalk meanders on past them, drawing your attention toward the future and what waits ahead.
During an engagement session, we tell our couples that this is a more intensive photo session than on wedding day. During a wedding there are so many things going on. There are candid moments interspersed with posed moments, and more time to relax (?) in between.
We’ll see Dana and James in late spring at their Point Lookout wedding. And know that it’s going to be a wonderful day!
See their coastal Maine engagement to see how they rocked their photo session!
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Maine Drone Engagement Image | Maine Drone Engagement Photographers
When we met Kelly and Dana in York for their Nubble Light engagement session, the weather conditions were perfect to get a Maine drone engagement image of them. And we wanted to do that somewhere on the water. But one of the stipulations about using the drone is that we can’t fly directly over people who aren’t part of the project.
When we began at Nubble Light, it was too crowded with sightseers. So worked our way towards the York River, over by the Harris Island Road. It tends to be a bit quieter there, and that proved to be the case during Kelly and Dana’s engagement session.
What we love about drone photos is, not unexpectedly, the totally different viewpoint it affords us. Everything ends up looking differently. Even the water refracts light differently and presents itself often with more “Caribbean colors”, as we like to call it. That, and the unique aspects of seeing our subjects in a whole new way. As such, this is our #5 top engagement photo of 2018!
Kelly and Dana’s wedding will be in late June in Kennebunkport at the Nonantum Resort. And to say we are looking forward to it would be an understatement!
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