Perfection in Pemaquid, Part II: Lucy & Lee’s Wedding

I love long farm table style banquets…it’s fun as a photographer and it’s fun for guests.  There is an old world romance to breaking bread and lifting glasses at these types of tables–esp under the colorful twinkling glass lights and antique tea tin inspired palette of Lucy & Lee’s wedding at The Contented Sole in Pemaquid Point.  Lucy & and her amazing mom Emily did all the decor themselves–they brought elements like imported tea tins from China of their life in San Francisco mixed with a sea of blues that represent Maine.  There were wildflowers everywhere, but the wedding had a refined meets carefree touch that is hard to achieve.And now a word about the food, once again, at The Contented Sole.  Remember Beth from my post about Emily & Oliver?  She’s baaaacckk.  She’s the owner of The Bradley Inn and her sister spot The Contented Sole.  And once again, it is one of the top wedding meals I’ve ever had or seen.   That meal tasted even better than it looked–you have never had such fresh tasting veggies and farm raised beef…I know I said this once, but I’m gonna say it again:  in over 300 weddings, the food that Beth & Warren produce is hands down the best.  Period.  And the setting at both The Bradley Inn & The Contented Sole have that laid back seaside feel that guests and brides alike love!  The cocktail hour was on the pier that Lucy & Lee arrived on (as was their ceremony).Anyway, I could go on and on about this place (actually, I think I already did!)…but nuff said.   I hope you got inspiration from Emily & Oliver and from Lucy & Lee.  If you want a special place for your Maine wedding fete, consider both The Bradley Inn and The Contented Sole (your photographer and your guests will love you).  It’s hard to get closer to perfection.

Things we love about Lucy & Lee’s wedding…
The Bradley Inn
& The Contented Sole

{all photos by Geneve Hoffman Photography}

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