After our initial exchanges, Laura and I discovered we had a lot in common…from a summer spent in Alaska, being aspiring surfers, nature-lovers and oysters (well, I love to eat ’em on the half shell, and Laura monitors oyster growing for the health department, so she knows better and doesn’t eat them that way 🙂 ) Laura and Nate planned their wedding from Washington State, heading east to marry in Maine, where Laura spent part of her childhood. Laura and Nate’s wedding day was shrouded in a romantic fog and some light drizzle, which made for some lovely atmospheric photos. And, it certainly didn’t extinguish their adventurous spirit. They still crawled over wet rocks and climbed up giant lobster traps to get the shots! Here’s a peek at their perfect day!
Laura’s “something blue” was a drawing of a little oyster, stitched under her gown.
Gorgeous blooms by Nina Hirth of Pauline’s Bloomers!
We had a lot of fun incorporating the varied architecture on the grounds throughout the museum.
Loved this moment when Nate adjusted his ring, to his left ring finger following the ceremony 🙂
Navigating slippery rocks in heels was no obstacle for Laura. And Nate owned it as a new husband, bustling her dress ❤
As Laura and Nate are avid outdoor adventurers and rock climbers, we couldn’t resist this photo opp.
It was a night filled with delicious food, good conversation, and (of course….) dancing!
Congratulations to you Laura and Nate! Thank you for having us along to capture your beautiful day! xo