Bridget and Ryan tied the knot overlooking Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine in mid-August. Though it threatened to rain for most of the day, the stormy weather held off until nightfall and the couple, their family, and friends were able to enjoy a gorgeous outdoor ceremony followed by a tented reception.
Groom and groomsmen’s personalities shining through.
Rose and gold details, accented by natural greenery, were showcased throughout.
Congratulations Bridget and Ryan!
More to come!
Wedding Planner: Kristina Slocum of Purple Orchid Event Planning
Venue: Viewpoint Hotel
Photographer: Cait Bourgault Photography
Flowers: Little River Flower Farm
Rentals: Sperry Tent, Peak Events, A Family Affair, Heartwood Essentials
Cake: Nothing Bakes Like a Parot
Makeup: Beauty Muse
Hair: Lindsay Griffen
Catering: Liberty Lane Catering
Videographer: Daniel Olivares
Band: Big City
Ceremony music: Opus Trio
Maine has 3,478 miles of coastline with 3,166 off-shore islands <– the only two states the beat us out in coastline are Florida and Louisiana, that’s pretty impressive. There’s just something about the ocean that’s so magical, a view that never gets old. Let’s visit some coastal wedding venues that provide the quintessential Maine backdrop.
From their site: “Nestled on 230 oceanfront acres overlooking Penobscot Bay, the Samoset Resort offers a timeless setting for romantic Maine weddings.”
From their site: “Set on a peninsula overlooking the Penobscot Bay in Maine, French’s Point offers two year-round, oceanfront vacation rental homes available for weddings and milestone celebrations with beautifully landscaped grounds, a variety of gorgeous event spaces, and an incredible array of amenities affording our guests an unequivocal value with uncompromised privacy, in an unparalleled setting.”
photo cred: Chris Bennett Photography / see more of Natayla & Christian’s day!
Inn at Ocean’s Edge
From their site: “The Inn’s 15 acres of gardens, rolling lawns and woods, our unique infinity swimming pool, and dramatic ocean views, all come together to treat you and your wedding guests to a true Maine wedding.”
photo cred: emilieinc.com
From their site: “Offering panoramic ocean views, exceptional culinary selections, and more, Cliff House resort is an unrivaled setting for New England weddings. Inspiring indoor and outdoor venues—each of which feature remarkable sightlines of the southern coast of Maine—present a picturesque backdrop for luxurious & unforgettable receptions alike”
photo cred: Kim Chapman Photography
When thinking about getting married in Maine- often, the coast of Maine is top of mind. And, why not, it is beautiful! Here are some of our favorite places in Maine to get married- with beautiful Maine ocean views.
Many of these we have had the pleasure of working at. Many of these, we are excited to say are part of our 2017 wedding line-up.
Hope you enjoy the view!
Atlantic Oceanside Hotel & Event Center
Black Point Inn
Camden Harbour Inn
Cape Arundel Inn & Resort
Dockside Guest Quarters
Harborview at Jones Landing
Inn at Diamond Cove
Joseph’s By the Sea
Sebasco Harbor Resort
The Bar Harbor Inn & Spa
The Bar Harbor Regency The Boathouse Waterfront Hotel
The Breakwater Inn and Spa
The Cliff House
The Inn By The Sea
The Inn On Peaks Island
The Landing at Pine Point
The Newagen Seaside Inn
The Nonantum Resort
The Spruce Point Inn
The Stage Neck Inn
The Tides Beach Club
Village by the Sea
Union Bluff Hotel
York Harbor Inn
York Harbor Reading Room
Thank you to our friend Rene Roy for the photos and Sara and Patrick Bette for being such a beautiful couple!
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