It started raining as we walked out of the Whitehall Inn. The 4 of us (Kristin, her sister, her dad and I) all piled into the car for a short trek to the Camden Amphitheater. Water was still falling on the windshield as we arrived, but Kristin forgot all about the raindrops as anticipation to marry her best friend filled her; so much so that it filled all of us as well. As we pulled up next to the Camden Library, the rain had stopped and we all got out of the car to head down to the spot where it would all take place. I told Kristin months before, at her and Brian’s engagement session, that NO matter what – the weather would be better than it was on that day, in the middle of a snowstorm, as we met for the first time and photographed their engaged selves. The sun stuck it out for the entire wedding day – other than those few tiny droplets that graced our windshield, and wedded bliss began on a stunning day in Camden, Maine.

Kristin is ridiculously talented and she handmade all of her invites (AND other details!). If you’re interested, check out her work over at Winifred Studios!

Instead of lighting a unity candle and fighting with the wind, Kristin and Brian opted for a unity tree. Their mothers each brought dirt from their childhood homes, and they placed the dirt with the tree. They will be planting this tree at their now-home to watch it grow with a little bit of influence from their past homes. <3


Invitations: Winifred Studios // Ceremony: Camden Amphitheatre // Reception: Whitehall Inn // Florist: Seasons Downeast Designs // Cupcakes: Sweet Sensations Pastry Shop/3 Dogs Cafe // DJ: Larry Thibodeau // Hair Artist: Fabyan’s Hair Salon // Makeup: Scarlet Artists // Bridal Gown: Madeleine’s Daughter // Trolley: Country Coach Charters //


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