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Margie Ervin & Matt Welch

bride and groom in front of vintage windows
bride and grandmother pose with flowers
wedding table numbers next to matching purple flowers
vintage lights at the bride and groom's table
vintage wedding signage
vintage bike seat with custom signage
small wedding favors in glass jars
creative wedding signage including mailbox
craft beer options at the wedding reception
newlyweds walk down the aisle under lighting
creative wedding food and hors d'oeurves
semi naked wedding cake with toppers
groom singing and playing the guitar
group photo in front of a vintage wall

August 15th, 2015 Portland, ME Margie and Matt got engaged in an Oregon vineyard on Halloween 2014. There was nothing spooky about their wedding at The Portland Company, on the waterfront. The ceremony and reception were held in separate rooms in the building. “It’s a raw industrial space,” says Margie. “We fell in love with it.” A former event planner, Margie planned the wedding herself. The venue doesn’t have furniture so she rented tables, chairs and place settings from One Stop Party Shop in Portland; she arranged a small lounge seating area, with chairs, a couch and vintage items from…

Celeste Ladd & Gordon Ober

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September 19th, 2015 York, ME Celeste and Gordon’s wedding was a true family affair. They both come from large families and wanted to accommodate as many people as possible at their wedding; they also wanted to get married in Maine. “We looked at venues up and down the coast and decided on my parents’ home for sentimental reasons,” says Celeste. “It was a nice opportunity to work with them on what turned out to be the perfect wedding.” Stacking wood, digging up rocks, staining an outdoor deck: not the romantic details many brides think of when planning a wedding, but…

Whitney Strout & Mathew Thornton

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September 27th, 2014 Bath, ME Even before she was engaged, Whitney loved weddings. “I help my friends with all of theirs,” says the culinary school graduate. So when she and Mathew got engaged in 2013, she happily went into wedding overload. Both Maine natives, the couple met at the University of Maine; they wanted a Maine-themed wedding with a nautical focus. The Maine Maritime Museum in Bath provided the perfect backdrop for waterside nuptials; their reception was held under a tent near the museum’s shipyard. Whitney and Mathew worked diligently to make sure the wedding reflected the best of Maine,…

Emily Woodworth & Marty Rowley

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bride and groom with pink and red bouquet

August 1st, 2015 South Berwick, ME Emily and Marty connected the first time they met. She saw him next in yoga class and they made eye contact. Then Marty reached out to her through OKCupid.com. “He sent me a message saying, ‘I think you’re in my yoga class’,” Emily says. Before you could say “namaste,” the couple was dating. They got engaged in May 2014. A graphic designer, Emily designs wedding invitations and custom publications for the wedding industry. She envisioned being married in a beautiful garden or meadow. When the couple saw historic Hamilton House in South Berwick, ME,…

Alumni Weddings at UNH

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YOUR WEDDING DAY: Yes, it deserves the infamous “ALL CAPS” treatment because it’s a pretty big deal. If all goes well – and we’re certain it will – it’s the only wedding day you’ll have. That said, you obviously want everything to be just right. Check that – you want everything to be legendary! You want great wedding-day memories, and you want everyone in attendance to have great memories of your wedding day. And if you’re going for great memories, what better way to go full circle than to have your wedding at your alma mater? If you and your…

Amanda Delanoy & Colby Gamester

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August 15th, 2015 Portsmouth, NH Amanda and Colby share a mutual love of dodge ball – that’s how they met – and fun. They dated for seven years before Colby proposed to Amanda during a Labor Day cookout, in front of 65 people, including Amanda’s family. The couple was the last of their friends to get married. “We’d been to a total of 35 weddings in the last four years, we’ve seen it all,” says Amanda. “We loved every single one of them so we knew what we liked and didn’t like.” The couple wanted an easy-going celebration that reflected…