I photographed Amy and Eric's wedding at the Bethel Inn in Bethel, Maine last Saturday. May 16th, 2015, the couple anxiously prepped for the big day. Amy and Eric got ready in adjacent townhouses at the inn. I loved photographing all of the pre-wedding emotions that took place in the two townhouses. Soon after, the groom and groomsmen greeted their guests and many were ushered in golf carts across the golf fields.
The couple exchanged vows amidst the mountainside on the golf course of the Inn. I had the pleasure of photographing their families, who seemed to enjoy every minute -- even the formal portraits when it got buggy. They truly were a happy, fun-loving group! I have to admit, I almost shed a tear on numerous occasions because their vows were so beautiful. The officiant asked them to picture their loves together in 20 years and I imagined them still happy and very much in love.
The reception took place in the main and south dining room at the Bethel Inn, where the couple and their guests enjoyed dinner, dancing and lots of memories!
Angela Poulin from White Jasmine Weddings NH was Amy and Eric's wedding planner. She did a fabulous job making sure everything went smoothly throughout their wedding day. Her attention to detail and ability to coordinate such a large event did not go unnoticed. Gorham House Florist provided the flowers from the bouquets and boutonnieres to the table centerpieces. I absolutely adored the flower arrangements. Jeff Morgan Allain was their wedding officiant. I have to say, I was impressed when he knew to step to the side to let to couple share their first kiss. It makes for much better photos of the couple enjoying an intimate moment. Lastly, the gorgeous cake was made by Carri from Piece of Cake.
Amy and Eric are having a romantic honeymoon in Connecticut. They plan to visit Foxwoods casino and go site-seeing throughout the state. Though I love all weddings I photograph, there was something special about this wedding. It was such a beautiful, happy romantic day filled with family and friends who loved each other.