venue: Migis Lodge South Casco, Maine
officiant: Jenny's uncle
caterer: Migis Lodge
florist: Marcia Davis Flowers
ceremony/cocktail musicians: Goodtime String Band
cake: Charity Vatruch Migis Lodge
hair/make-up: Nancy Cartonio Bei Capelli
gown: Lea-Ann Belter
invitations: Studio Olivine
photo booth: Maine Snapshot Studio
honeymoon: hiking Na Pali trail in Kauai
Jenny and her mother June, who I liked instantly as my mother's name is June, too!, came to the studio last summer for a first meeting and didn't make it as far as the sidewalk outside before coming back to sign a contract. Jenny and her fiance Lee, both based in Portland, have been together an impressive 10 years, having lived together for 7, after meeting in college and staying together as they each completed school (Lee at med school and now a surgical resident, and Jenny, a masters in public health and now a doctorate in epidemiology!). They both loved the wooded tranquility of Migis and knew it would be the perfect place to host their intimate wedding. Indeed it was.
Just under 80 guests were transported to seemingly another time (a movie set is how I heard it described by many guests) with a perfectly comfortable 70-degree day, lovely folk music and laughter all day long. With J and new emilie inc. associate Sharon, we triple-teamed the day and captured a variety of angles as the day unfolded.
Take a peek at their album design below or by clicking here to view in a separate window.
Last weekend's wedding at Migis was on the grass next to the lake. This week's was nestled under a grove of pine trees in front of the main lodge.
Guests enjoyed the water before the festivities got underway.
Could there be a more sweet place for a bride to get ready with friends?
Jenny and Lee opted to see each other before the ceremony.
Then it was off to the ceremony, escorted here by her brother, who was telling Jenny how proud he was of her.
Tho there weren't many reception formalities or dancing, our Maine Snapshot Studio was a huge hit in the evening.
Congratulations, Jenny and Lee! Happy Trails to you both, and we hope to see you around Portland soon! xo