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Fushia and Grey Seaside Wedding in Maine

Happy weekend everyone! I typically don’t post on Saturday’s but since I have so many wedding in queue, I thought why deprive everyone until Monday. ;)

On this beautiful Saturday, Jessica and Chris wedding comes from Kingdom Wedding Photography.  The couple celebrated their nuptials in beautiful Cape Neddick, Maine at the Greystone Manor. And ladies please note, the groom, Chris, planned and designed this wedding from beginning to end and also served as the Day of Coordinator. Jessica is one lucky lady to have a hubby who took the reigns on this one!

Photographer: Kingdom Wedding Photography by Kat / Floral Designer:  The Elegant Touch Wedding Flowers / Reception Venue:  Greystone Manor / Officiant:  1st Parish congregational Church / Wedding submitted via Two Bright Lights

A Longboat Key Beach Engagement Session

Jennifer and Justin sitting in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G…Oh my, what an adorable couple! And what gorgeous images from one of my fav photographers, Loving Legacy Photography! Jenn’s family has a vacation home in Longboat Key, Florida so what better idea than plan a family vacation and schedule an engagement session so they could take advantage the phenomenal beaches in the area.

I love the lighting and sunset captured in this one!



Submitted via Two Bright Lights!

A Fisherman’s Wedding in Port Townsend Washington

Breathtaking. That is just one word I would use to describe the work from Brooks Scribner Photography.  So I am coming out of my skin with excitement because today we have some wedding goodness from Amanda and Mike’s Port Townsend, Washington wedding that Brooks captured!

The Northwest Maritime Center where they married has been very much a part of their lives. With the truest love for the ocean, Mike is a professional fisherman and Amanda, a writer and blogger details the lives of fisherman’s wives and families.

And of course I’m loving every detail from this wedding…

Event Planner:  Lori Losee of Elegant Affairs / Floral Designer:  Christopher Flowers / Makeup Artist:  erin skipley makeup + hair / Event Venue:  Northwest Maritime Center

Teal and Yellow Wedding on the Bodega Harbor

Is it only Tuesday?? Well that’s okay I guess because I have a TON of inspiration for you this week for you! Today it’s all about Heather and Aaron’s sweet romance. Kim J Martin Photography was there to capture the laid-back beach wedding day and is here to share a little of it with us. The teal and yellow color theme seems to be a popular one for spring time (and beachy) weddings, and I’m loving the pop of colors against the waters of the beautiful Bodega Harbor. And doesn’t the bride just look like a princess? I’m absolutely loving her one shoulder wedding dress!

More from Kim: Heather and Aaron both grew up in Santa Cruz and have known each other since elementary school.  They never really clicked and went their separate ways after high school.  They reconnected at a friend’s wedding, and something was different that night.  Aaron said it was the best wedding he had ever been to because it was an open bar and he spent the whole night talking to Heather.  Heather said she felt a spark that she still feels to this day every time she’s around Aaron.  After that, they did the long distance thing but it wasn’t long before Heather ended up moving to Roseville.  Aaron says he still doesn’t know how he convinced her to move, but I think it’s pretty obvious that she digs him. 

Since they are both from Santa Cruz, they wanted a beach themed wedding to reflect their hometown.  They handmade the sand dollar favors and used teal blue in all the elements.  They had towels at the beach so guests could sit on the sand during the ceremony, and the reception was held right over the water with a gorgeous view.
I loved their wedding because it perfectly showed their personalities; laid back and fun.

The Creative Team Behind the Scenes: Venue: Bodega Bay Yacht Club / Florist: Vanda Floral Designs / DJ: Pure Energy Productions / Cake: Your Sweet Expectations

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