Lauren Methia Photography

Matt and Kelley’s love story began in New York City. After getting engaged, however, the couple decided to look outside of the hustle and bustle of the big city for their wedding venue. Knowing that they wanted to stay near Kelley’s hometown of Concord, NH, Matt and Kelley spent three days touring the mountains and seacoast of Maine and New Hampshire, searching for the perfect location. The couple’s last stop was The Colony Hotel in Kennebunkport, Maine.

Kelley said they fell in love immediately. And how could you not? This coastal venue is to die for. On the day of the wedding, the bride got ready in a balcony room with views over the ocean, and the couple continued their day by exchanging “I Do’s” to the background ambiance of crashing waves. Kelley said their day went by without a hitch. We invite you to sit back and enjoy this breathtaking coastal Maine wedding.

Thank you to Lauren Methia Photography for the gorgeous images, and congratulations to Kelly and Matt!

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Flowers: Fleurant
Baker: Jacques
Hair + Makeup: I DO SPA

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Cara & Chris both grew up in Guilford, CT, so it made perfect sense that their wedding would be a celebration of the love that they share for each other and the love that they have for the Connecticut coastline.  They planned a gorgeous wedding at the Madison Beach Hotel with accents of pinks and corals. We love how the pearl details and nautical decor reflected the beach. The colors in Cara’s bouquet and that decorated the reception room perfectly matched the amazing sunset over the hotel that evening.  A perfect end to their perfect day.

 

Photography: Julia Jane & Michelle Cucinelli for Julia Jane

Venue and Catering: The Madison Beach Hotel

Hair & Makeup: Dana Bartone

Florist: White House Florist

Baker: J Cakes

DJ: John Saville Entertainment

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Darling Photography

Jillian and Wai originally met at the young age of 15 and 17, but did not reconnect until their mid twenties. After seven years of enjoying the dating life together, they decided to tie the knot in New Harbor, a quaint, seaside Maine town that Jillian’s family had long summered in. According to the couple, New Harbor was the perfect location to say I Do, as it was their “secret spot, that no one seems to know exists; which makes the location even more special.”
The wedding combined the feel of an elegant New England wedding with a smattering of rustic details, giving all the guests something to love. Its colorscheme of gold, peach and pinks created a romantic feel. At the reception, the guests enjoyed a photo booth, breathtaking views overlooking the Muscongus Bay, and a little late night s’mores bar to top off the celebration of Jillian & Wai’s love. The night was full of laughter and love, fabulously shown below through the photographs captured by the talented Darling Photography.

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Venue & Catering: The Contented Sole
Brides Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Event & Floral Design: Laurie Andrews
Photographer: Darling Photography
Brides Dress: Andrea’s Bridal
Grooms Tux: Men’s Wearhouse
Men’s Bow Ties: Vinyard Vines

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Color Crush: Pewter

April 02 • 2015

Pewter Collage

 

Photos: Bridesmaid dress: Corbin Gurkin Photography via Style Me Pretty, Cake: AMB Photo via The Knot, Pewter Vase Centerpiece via Take the Cake Events, Shoes via Colin Cowie Weddings, Earrings via BHLDN, Octopus Napkin Ring via Caron’s Beach House, Bouquet: Brandon Kidd Photography via Amorology, Pewter Tea Set via Country Living, Boutonniere via Sadie & Dasie

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    Caron
    17/02/2015 at 1:46 pm Permalink

    So glad you liked our octopus napkin rings!

Candace Jeffery Photography

Katie and Rian met in high school while on vacation in Long Island. Katie expressed how lucky she and Rian were to have found such a strong connection so early in life. As the wedding planning began, they decided that The Inn At Longshore in Westport, CT was a perfect match for them. The oceanfront location reminded the couple of all the times they spent together with their families out on the water. Katie also shared how convenient it was to have everything in one spot. When thinking back to their wedding day, Katie’s favorite details were the vintage personalized chalkboards, their signature drinks, and, of course, the escort cards they created as “messages in a bottle.” We love all of Katie’s DIY projects and how they each added a personal touch to the couple’s big day. She said getting as creative as possible saved her a lot of money! But the best advice she could give to future brides is… “to make sure to step back and take it all in – getting married is a truly magical experience!”

Thanks so much, Katie, for sharing some insights on your gorgeous day! Also a thank you goes out to Candace Jeffery Photography for capturing every essence of this beautiful nautical wedding.

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Photographer: Candace Jeffery Photography

Venue: The Inn at Longshore 

Bride’s Dress: The Wedding Embassy

Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Mariella Creation

Shoes: Nordstroms

Jewelry (bridesmaid’s): J.crew

Makeup: The Beauty Bar

Hair: Hair by Asije

Groom’s Apparel: Melluzzo Menswear

Florist: Agnew Florist

Stationary: The Greeting Shoppe

Cake and Cannoli Display: Mozzicato

Band: Marty Q Band

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    Katie Dahle
    30/03/2015 at 8:45 pm Permalink

    Dear Love & Lobster,
    Thank you so much for featuring our wedding on your blog today! At almost two years since our wedding it is so exciting to relive our beautiful day : )
    Love,
    Katie

Brittany Rae Photography

Kristen and Timmy exchanged “I Do’s” overlooking the beautiful coast of Rockland, Maine. Brittany Rae Photography said her favorite part about the wedding day was the way that Kristen looked at her new husband (aww!). Timmy, unfortunately broke his leg just TWO weeks before the wedding! But he rocked it regardless and was such a good sport.

The couple decided to do a first look out on the patio, which allowed for more photo time as their guests enjoyed a fabulous cocktail hour and mingled with family and friends. This wedding is the perfect example of coastal romance. We love the pairing of Kristen’s lace gown with the soft color palette and luscious bouquets. And we’re a big fan of the way Timmy’s funky socks and floral bow tie combo show off his fun-loving personality! To see more of this gorgeous nautical wedding, check out Brittany Rae Photography’s Blog.

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Photographer: Brittany Rae Photography

Venue: The Samoset Resort

Planner: WIll Clayton

Officiant: Brenda Harrington

Florist: Hoboken Flowers

Cake: 3 Dogs Cafe

DJ: Jeff Rockwell

Hair & Make Up: Coppola Salon

Dress: Davids Bridal

Invites: Eden Invitations

Favors: Wicked Good Cookies

Videographer: Michael O’Rourke

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