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        I knew we were going to love working with Alexandra and Jeremy after chatting on FaceTime. Both our dogs made an appearance, and there were lots of laughs all around. What I didn’t know was that there were a lot more laughs to be had. These two are both so funny in their own way, so seeing them together is a real treat.

        I had such a good time at this wedding. Truly. Everything seemed to go perfectly, and everyone was so happy and relaxed the entire day. One of my favorite parts was spending time with Alexandra while she got ready. Her mom and aunt popped in and out to help her, but there was also some quiet time with just her and their dog, Pearl. It’s so special for me to be one of the few people present during the getting ready process. Quite often we have larger wedding parties filling the space, so the quiet calm was wonderful to be a part of.

        Alexandra and Jeremy, thank you for having us. We wish we could’ve spent even more time with you. And thank you for listening to me gush about my love for Wilmington!

        Venue: Abenakee Club in Biddeford Pool, Maine

        Day of Coordination & Catering: The Black Tie Company

        Photographers: Hailey & Joel Crabtree

        Band: The Crab Shack

        Flowers: Nancy Williams

        Tent Rental: Marshall Tent and Event Rental

        Dress: Dressed to the Nines

        Suit: JoS. A. Banks

        Antique Car Rental: Motorland

        Bottle Covers: Freaker USA

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        […] National Park, Bristol and Northport. We also got to explore some new places like Boothbay Harbor, Biddeford Pool, Aroostook County and Atlanta, […]

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        Some really incredible photographs! You certainly captured all of the emotions of the day. I can see why you do what you do. Wishing you continued success!

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        I knew we were going to love working with Alexandra and Jeremy after chatting on FaceTime. Both our dogs made an appearance, and there were lots of laughs all around. What I didn’t know was that there were a lot more laughs to be had. These two are both so funny in their own way, so seeing them together is a real treat.

        I had such a good time at this wedding. Truly. Everything seemed to go perfectly, and everyone was so happy and relaxed the entire day. One of my favorite parts was spending time with Alexandra while she got ready. Her mom and aunt popped in and out to help her, but there was also some quiet time with just her and their dog, Pearl. It’s so special for me to be one of the few people present during the getting ready process. Quite often we have larger wedding parties filling the space, so the quiet calm was wonderful to be a part of.

        Alexandra and Jeremy, thank you for having us. We wish we could’ve spent even more time with you. And thank you for listening to me gush about my love for Wilmington!

        Venue: Abenakee Club in Biddeford Pool, Maine

        Day of Coordination & Catering: The Black Tie Company

        Photographers: Hailey & Joel Crabtree

        Band: The Crab Shack

        Flowers: Nancy Williams

        Tent Rental: Marshall Tent and Event Rental

        Dress: Dressed to the Nines

        Suit: JoS. A. Banks

        Antique Car Rental: Motorland

        Bottle Covers: Freaker USA

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        […] National Park, Bristol and Northport. We also got to explore some new places like Boothbay Harbor, Biddeford Pool, Aroostook County and Atlanta, […]

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        Some really incredible photographs! You certainly captured all of the emotions of the day. I can see why you do what you do. Wishing you continued success!

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