Ahhh….Maine in Spring. Foggy mornings, fiddlehead ferns, cherry blossoms…Isn’t this wedding romantic? Alison & David had all the elements of a Shakespeare play with the vibe of a hipster cool indie movie–all set to a live bluegrass soundtrack (their first dance was The Tennessee Waltz)! It helped that the mid coast setting at The Inn at Ocean’s Edge in Lincolnville Maine provided the perfect backdrop…dramatic fog and rain on a warm May day literally at the North Atlantic’s edge. The dreamy blue and yellow palette that Alison & David created matched the serene air of the inn and all it’s elegantly rustic elements. I was truly charmed by the inn…so many unexpected details. The stunning view of Penobscot Bay is what attracts guests, but it’s the other, smaller details that kept my interest.The food was exquisite too! Mid coast weddings consistently wow me with the level of fresh, local cuisine. I’ll just let the photos tell the story though…this wedding had everything we love about Maine in May!
The Inn at Ocean’s Edge, Lincolnville…the setting is elegantly and classicly Maine and the service team led by Laurel Johnson is superb.
Thanks to Wendy Freedman, the newest member of my shooting team for her eye-mazing photos of the groom as she second shot for me that day.
Jerks of Grass for serenading everyone oceanside!
Compositions for the pretty Spring palettes and floral design.
Geneve Hoffman Photography…all photos of the day.