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Will You Marry Me?

An Engagement Adventure Marriage is a journey but sometimes the trip to get there is an adventure. Just ask Stefany Shaheen and Craig Welch. Stefany and Craig were on a trip to Belize when, to Stefany’s surprise, Craig proposed. Less than 12 hours later, after enjoying breakfast on the small island of Caye Caulker, the engagement ring slipped off Stefany’s finger and was lost in the sand. The couple desperately combed the beach for hours, looking for the ring; beach-goers…

Summer Solstice

Shot at Eastman Hill Farm on a mountain top in Lovell, ME, this bohemian wedding captures the location’s organic feel, spectacular view, as well as the magic of a summer solstice. The bride’s hair is by Headgames Salon, Portland, ME. Earrings are by Ponomo, Portland, ME.   {the team} Photographer Sharyn Peavey Styling A Family Affair of Maine Flowers Emily Carter Floral Designs Model Jill Lopez Dress Sash Couture Food Dandelion Catering Lighting Event Lighting Pros

Laura Eaton & Greg Halsey

photograph of st michael parish
wedding party group photo
wedding dance circle with a man playing clarinet
riding in the back of a vintage car to the ceremony
cutting the wedding cake
sky shot of the happy couple
sharing a kiss on a vintage car
purple and orange bouquet from lyndsey loring design
groom with matching purple tie boutonniere and pocket square
bridge and groom with matching bouquet and boutonniere
Flowers complimenting the purple dress
wedding dance circle
wedding day kiss in the garden

November 2nd, 2013 Exeter, NH Introduced by a mutual friend while attending the University of New Hampshire, Laura and Greg Halsey started their relationship as friends. Laura gradually realized Greg might be “the one” and, one day, “it just kind of hit me,” she says. The couple’s laid-back attitude carried over to the warm fall day when they exchanged their vows. Although nervous before the ceremony, Laura relaxed when she realized “It’s easy to marry the person you really love.”…

Tips & Trends

Solutions to make your big day the best ever TIP: Not All Tents Are Created Equally When choosing a tent for your event, look beyond the bottom line. Two tents may be equal in size but not the same. “Ask your vendor for images of what they’re supplying for your event,” says John Hutchins IV, vice president of Leavitt & Parris in Portland, ME. “Get references on the quality and condition of their products and check out their facilities. The…