Kyle and Maddie’s wedding day was postponed, like so many others, because of the state of the world in 2020. Their summertime celebration the next year was worth the wait. An incredibly hot day in the farmlands of northern Maine, Kyle and Maddie were married during the Potato Blossom Festival.

The day was full of touching inspiration. Handwritten letters to each other, a second mom as a photographer, a friend’s gorgeous property for a first look…from start to finish, Kyle & Maddie’s day was full of emotion and love. Their wedding video was just a hint at that…

Sunset Wedding Film

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The words I hear whenever I see these images are the final sigh Mitch gave Steph as he completed his vows to her. Between shaky breaths he said, “Oh Stephie, I love you more than words can say.” And sometimes it’s as simple as that.

This wedding venue offered a blank slate–white walls, simple chandeliers, large windows, and tall ceilings meant that Diana could design anything in that space. Keeping in line with L&J’s desire for simple, natural elements, they opted for white roses and peonies nestled into an abundance of greenery. For the ceremony, they chose simple cross-back chairs to mimic the wooden ladders of the apple orchard they faced and keep the entire affair organic and true to the location.

Autumn weddings are incredible on their own, but add a healthy dose of fall foliage and my al fresco dreams came true at this blush-inspired wedding day.

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