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Kate Legg and Mitch Brooks

Bride and groom in a gown by Penny Packham and a suit from Alan Rouleau.
Lush bouquet including roses, ranuncula, astrantia, rosemary sprigs and olive branches.
Prosecco and non-alcoholic sangria offered to guests at the cocktail hour
vintage chairs fill the wedding venue with comfort
fall wedding in portland maine
vintage books decorate the wedding
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roasted halibut with vegetable garnish
Boston wedding band Kahootz performs live
tasty array of desserts replaced the traditional wedding cake
wedding bar with vintage inspired lighting
vintage couches
The couple walks to the Portland Company

November 7th, 2015 Portland, ME Kate jokes that it was Mitch’s beard that initially attracted her to his Match.com profile. Fortunately, he was also smart, funny, and worth going out with, she says, nothing “He was the right person to be around.” Kate grew up near the water in Portsmouth, NH, and she and Mitch both wanted to be married in a Seacoast community. They were especially entranced by the rough wooden beams and unfinished beauty of the Portland Company, an event space in a former warehouse in Portland’s Old Port. “It felt like a cathedral,” says Kate. Working with…

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…