Maine Wedding Photographer

Keren & Tom's Newry Maine Wedding day at The Jordan Hotel

It’s really hard to explain just how much I loved this wedding. Things did not happen exactly the way they were planned, but their day was nothing short of perfection. From the details, to the vendors, to the weather and their wedding party, it was a dream come true!! Keren and Tom have every characteristic I look for in my couples and then some! They are trusting, energetic, funny and very much in love.

One of my favorite parts of their wedding day, was their ceremony. Keren and Tom worked so hard to make sure it was meaningful and filled personal touches. When Keren walked down the aisle, and Tom saw her for the first time, he was overcome with emotion and let the tears roll down his cheek. They laughed together, they cried together, they said vows in Hebrew with each other, and they stood side by side promising to build a life together. It was truly one of the most beautiful ceremonies I have witnessed.

Not only did I love the sweet tears and the amazing portraits we were able to take after the ceremony, I also loved their reception! From the welcoming speech to the chair dance, the evening was filled with love and laughter, and I am honored I was able to capture every moment. I could not be more excited for the two of you, but remember this is just the beginning of your new adventure!

I can’t wait to share these images and allow you to get to know this incredible couple! I have dozens and dozens of favorites!!! I hope you enjoy this little preview!

Vendor Information:

Dress: Davids Bridal 

Florist: Ann's Flower Shop 

Ceremony Venue: Jordan Terrace 

Reception Venue & Catering: Sliders Restaurant 

DJ/ Entertainment Services: Northeast Event Design 

Bridesmaids Dresses: Azazie 

Groomsmen and Groom attire: Men's Wearhouse, 

Invitations: Etsy

Alison & Abtin's Wedding at The Barn on Walnut Hill, North Yarmouth Maine

Abtin & Alison are one of the sweetest couples I have had the honor of working with, they truly have been a dream. Alison is the epitome of an Anderson bride! She cares deeply about family, is full of joy, and is beautiful on the inside and out!! I can see why Abtin fell in love with her, she has a smile that is contagious, and finds the good in everything. I also know what a wonderful man he is, not just because of the stories she shared with me, but just by the smallest gestures he makes when they are together.    

On their wedding day the forecast was calling for rain. Surprise, surprise. The spring wedding season in Maine is always unpredictable, but that never deters me from capturing amazing candid moments during a wedding day! I knew Alison was hoping to have the ceremony outside and understood why once I was at their venue and saw the amazing arbor and wood line that was supposed to be the backdrop for their ceremony! It was breath taking!!!

As the morning passed, we dodged a few downpours, but still managed to have a first look with Alison's dad outside right in front of the farm house! Her dad patiently waited as Alison's bridesmaids fluffed and buttoned her dress, to make sure it was picture perfect! Her parents could not have been happier for their daughter. Alison's mom worked so hard to make sure all the decorations came together perfectly for the reception. The barn looked like something straight out of a magazine! 

Their coordinator Hallie decided last minute to move the ceremony inside the barn, and it was a good thing she made the tough call because it started raining mid way through the ceremony. Both Abtin and Alison handled it wonderfully. At the end of the day, all they truly wanted was to celebrate their love for each other, surrounded by family and friends. 

We were so lucky the rain stopped after the ceremony, so we could to take ALL their group photos outside! Their venue had a stunning front lawn for their family and wedding party photos. We even had a chance to sneak off to the arbor for portraits of just the couple! Alison and Abtin couldn’t have been more easy-going. Both of their families smiled and laugh throughout the entire day! My job could not be any more rewarding! I am so thankful to be blessed enough to have so many wonderful clients!! 

Alison and Abtin, I know you have a busy summer filled with lots of exciting new adventures, but I hope you are getting settled, and enjoy reliving your wedding day through your blog post!!! It was such an honor to be your photographer!!!



Bride's Dress: Allure bridals purchased from Andrea's bridal

Florist: Little River Flower Farm

Ceremony & Reception Venue: The barn on Walnut Hill

Wedding Planner / Coordinator: Hallie Talbot Events 

DJ/ Entertainment Services: Kelly DeJohn

Videographer: Stewart Shuster

Cake: Donuts from Holy Donut and a sweetheart cake from Two Fat Cats 

Catering: Edward Bondiello

Bridesmaids Dresses: David's bridal assorted styles


Favors: Jams from stonewall kitchen


Cathryn & Russell Fairytale Gardens Madison Maine

Cathryn and Russell's wedding was truly magical! Cathryn got ready with her bridal party at the Fairytale Gardens venue in Madison, Maine. All of Cathryn's accessories were stunning , but my three favorite were; her hair comb, right hand ring, and clutch purse. They were my favorite because they were passed down from her grandmother. More than anything I LOVE, when the details have a story. 

Although we were running short on time, we were able to sneak Cathryn into the "tree tunnel" a wooded trail at the venue, to get a few breathtaking bridal photos, minuets before the ceremony started. 

Cathryn walked down the aisle with both her mom and dad, to marry the man of her dreams.  The couple wrote their own vows, and had almost everyone in attendance in tears. Cathryn vowed to NOT always rub her cold feet on Russell when they got into bed. And Russell had a hard time just getting through the first line, of the vows he wrote for Cathryn, because he was so happy to be marrying the love of his life. He talked about how he never thought he had a chance with a girl as beautiful as her, but knew he had to work up the courage to talk to her because she was something special.

Some of my favorite photos I get to capture are of the moments in-between. The moments when people aren't expecting me to take their photo. The moment a mom hugs her little girl who is all grown up. The moment of a grandmother who can't find a phone to get a quick picture of her granddaughters hair. I can't imagine all the memories that small hair comb brought back of her very own wedding day, so many years ago. 

Deciding to marry Cathryn was one of the easiest decisions Russell has ever made. They are simply perfect for one another. When they were holding each other all their nerves disappeared, they were calm and so joyful. Cathryn could not take her eyes off him, and Russell was thrilled to know he could wrap up in her arms forever. You can tell how happy they make each other, the little smiles, the simple kisses that make their faces light up. It is clear to see they were made for one another. 

From the jars of jam to all the pinecones, that Russell and Cathryn collected themselves, the reception details were picture perfect. Receptions should be filled with fun and laughter, and a few happy tears. This reception was no exception to the rule. Everyone laughed throughout all the toasts. The father-daughter dance even had me tearing up, after listening to Mike talk about the amazing relationship he has with his daughter. I must say one of my favorite parts were the dance off's Russell's nephew challenged everyone to. The day could not have been any more beautiful, and the sparkler send off with the barn in the background was the best way to kick off the after party.

There is so much I could say about this wedding, but I think the photos show just how much love and joy there was. The day was perfect, and these two people were always meant to be together. I wish you a lifetime filled with laughter!

Rachel & Tim Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Portland Maine Wedding June 24, 2017

Rachel and Tim’s wedding day was like a real life fairytale. I was guided to the bridal suite, where everyone was getting ready at the Sable Oaks Marriott, by one of Rachel’s flower girls. The whole bridal party was amazing! We started off taking a few detail photos, along with some really fun photos of the bridal party, before everyone got into their dresses. Rachel said she felt just like a princess at Disney, with a line of people waiting to get a photo with her. One of the most beautiful moments was just after Rachel got into her dress, and opened the gift that Tim had gotten for her. I have seen many gifts exchanged between the bride and the groom, but this by far was my favorite. Tim gave Rachel a broken bowl that had been repaired and put back together with a gold lacquer. Many times when something breaks, we see it as trash, or we want to fix it and make it look like new again. In Japan when something is broken, they repair it with a gold lacquer emphasizing the fractures. Once its repaired, it looks more beautiful and has more meaning than it originally did. In a marriage, sometimes we face challenges, and sometimes our relationships can feel cracked or broken. This does not mean we should throw away our marriage, or try to repair it so it looks perfect, it means we should fix it to be stronger and more beautiful than it originally was. Rachel and Tim, I have no doubt this is what you will be reminded of each and every time you look at that bowl. Over the years your marriage will be pushed and tested, but if you repair each fracture in the same way the Japanese repair their pottery, your marriage will only be stronger and more beautiful because you have embraced your history.   

Rachel and Tim were married at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, in Portland, Maine. The craftsmanship of the cathedral was a dream, from the stain glass windows to the details in the altar. It was easy to see why Rachel and Tim selected this church to get married in. They had a beautiful traditional catholic ceremony, complete with a reading of Corinthians. This is one of my favorite readings because it always reminds me that love is not just a feeling, it is also an action. We choose to love and to be loved, without love we truly have nothing. This marriage between Rachel and Tim has been built on a strong foundation of love, that is sure to endure all things.

Capturing the couple's portraits just after the ceremony is one of my favorite parts of the day. I love them because my couples don’t ever just stand and pose for portraits, they truly get to enjoy a few moments just loving their best friend. They get to celebrate, and simply enjoy being in love. These are just a few of my favorite images of Rachel and Tim. They had a few serious moments. They were a tad silly, and also a little tender. In all of this you see love, and you feel love, between two people who have promised eternity together.  

The reception was the perfect mix of elegance and fun. The details told Rachel and Tim’s story perfectly. I loved the cake toppers, and jam jars, but mostly I loved that they were surrounded by their friends and family. Everyone laughed and cried during the toasts given by the best man, and maid of honor, and after dinner everyone was out on the dance floor celebrating. I am sure this family will be celebrating this love for generations!  

Abby & Eamon Maple Rock Farm Parsonsfield, Maine

Abby & Eamon Maple Rock Farm Parsonsfield, Maine

When I first met Abby & Eamon at The Speckled Ax Coffee Shop, it felt like I was catching up with old friends. We talked about our dogs and our family and eventually we got around to talking about their wedding. I knew right then how much I would enjoy working this this wonderful couple. Abby & Eamon’s proposal was beautiful, and while I love a good proposal story, how they announced their engagement to their family is what I will always remember. One of their Thanksgiving traditions is to write one thing you are thankful for and Eamon wrote “she said yes”. What a beautiful way to to tell your family you are going to merry your best friend. It was obvious their family is a big part of their life and they wanted to make sure everyone was included in the celebration on their wedding day. As they described all the wedding day details it was clear they just wanted to create amazing memories as they started their life together.