CRESCENT BEACH ENGAGEMENT | CAPE ELIZABETH MAINE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY | EMILY + JAKE

Crescent Beach Engagement | Cape Elizabeth Maine Wedding Photography

Emily and Jake brought real fun to their Crescent Beach engagement session in Cape Elizabeth, Maine! Russ actually photographed Emily seven years ago as a part of her sister’s wedding at the Samoset Resort here in Maine. We just love it when someone, many years later, looks us up first thing when they get engaged and starts off by saying how they sincerely hope we are open on their date. How gratifying is that? We actually had to do a little personnel adjusting to clear the way, but we conquered that and indeed Russ will there with second photographer Jill for this one a year from next September. Anyhow, back to these two. This beautiful couple is so much fun, they laughed all the way through their photos. Which, of course, made us laugh along with them!  Their love for each other couldn’t be more apparent. We were great friends by the time it was over. Their wedding at Mount Sunapee, in the gorgeous New Hampshire White Mountains is going to be a blast, we just know it! We’ve had some incredibly fun engagement sessions in the past, and this one joins the ranks with the best of the best. Emily and Jake, I’m counting the days! (I know you are, too!)man and woman laughingmand and woman walking on boardwalk in the woods, holding hands, Inn by the Sea, Cape Elizabeth, Maineman and woman holding hands, walking on a boardwalk in the woods at Inn by the Sea, Cape Elizabeth, Mainephoto of man and woman's feet standing together on a boardwalkman and woman standing together, looking into each other's eyesman and woman kissingblack and white photo of man and woman walking in the woodsman holding woman, kissing on the beachblack and white photo of man and woman holding each other and laughingman and woman at Cape Elizabeth engagement, kissing on Crescent BeachMan and woman walking away, holding hands, on Crescent Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Maineblack and white photo of man and woman walking away on the beach, woman is looking over her shoulder at the cameraman and woman walking together on Crescent Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, holding hands and laughingman and woman walking hand in hand on Crescent Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Maineblack and white photo of man and woman high fiving on the beachman giving woman piggy back ride on the beachman giving woman piggy back ride at Crescent Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Maineblack and white photo of woman trying to give man a piggy back ride at the beachman carrying woman on Crescent Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Mainewoman and man laughing at Crescent Beach engagement, Cape Elizabeth, Maineman and woman walking away on the boardwalk at Inn by the Sea, Cape Elizabeth, maineman and woman sitting with small black dog between themman and woman walking among the wildflowers, at Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Mainewoman and man standing together on the rocks at Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Maine engagement sessionman and woman standing together at Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Maine engagement photo sessionman and woman sitting together, looking at the camera, Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Maine engagement photo session

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Getting married? Maine wedding photographers, Russell and Liz Caron of Russell Caron Wedding Photography, would love to be part of your wedding day. Engagement sessions gives us an opportunity to work together before your special day. The connection we build during an engagement session is invaluable, and a whole lot of fun! We had such a great time during our Crescent Beach engagement, imagine yourself doing the same! For more information, please contact us right away!
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