Who knew wedding day rain could be so beautiful?
I photographed Ericka and Nicholas’s wedding on a misty, fall day down in York Harbor, Maine. I previously blogged about Ericka and Nicholas’s engagement session, which you can check out here. The evening that I took their engagement pictures was simply perfect. There was a light wind on the water, a stunning sunset, and a picturesque boat sailing out behind them. And even though there was a misty rain that descended on the couple’s big day, it seemed perfectly planned as well.
The bride got ready with her party at the Mayfair House in York Harbor, ME. While my second photographer, Dani Potter, captured the groom as he prepared down the street at another rental home.
We stayed at the Mayfair House for their first glance, family portraits, and wedding party photos, partly because of the persistent rain. However, the weather provided a glistening backdrop and dramatic lighting that made for memorable photographs.
The ceremony was held at the Trinity Episcopal Church in York Harbor. It was a beautiful stone church with vaulted ceilings and stunning stained glass windows.
The reception was held at the York Harbor Reading Room. The venue had an absolutely breathtaking view of Maine’s coastline and a dance room that glowed.
At the reception, they had a table full of sweet treats and cute flamingo cake topper arranged in the shape of a heart.
Details to know…
Dress Designer: Ines Di Santo | Bridal Boutique: Allegria Bridal | Officiant: Reverend R. Craig Burlington | Flowers: Beautiful Days | Catering: York Harbor Reading Room | Cake: Beach Pea Baking Company | Entertainment: One Step Ahead | Menu Calligraphy: El’s Cards | Invitations: Gus and Ruby | Favors: Blueberry Jam, made by Donna and Jerome | Table Toppers and Runners: Dietra Boyd of Kennebunk | First Dance Song : Ray LaMontagne, “You are the Best Thing” | Videographer: Meg Simone | Second Photographer: Dani Potter
I thought the venues were incredible and the rain really added character to the whole day. Thank you for having me. I wish you a long and happy marriage!