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        Nick and Julia’s Bath Maine wedding took place on the last day of August. Nick’s family has ties to Bath, so the area was the perfect backdrop.

        I started the day with Julia and her bridesmaids at the Inn at Bath. We had the place to ourselves, which was wonderful! Doors were left open as everyone floated about. Julia was quiet and thoughtful when I arrived. One of my favorite moments of the day happened when I had asked her to stand in the window for a portrait. She started to tear up for a couple minutes, then started laughing. It was like all those wedding day emotions were happening at once, so I just snapped away.

        Once Julia was ready, it was off to Nick’s family home for the first look. Another favorite moment of the day was when Nick and Julia popped a couple of Budweisers while we waited for the trolley to the ceremony. There’s a photo below, but it was just such a fun, relaxed moment. Those are always my favorites.

        After the ceremony, it was off to the Maine Maritime Museum for the reception. This was our first time photographing here, and I loved it! It’s such a unique space.

        I have lots of favorite images to share, so I’ll get on to those.

        P.S. Shoutout to Julia’s stunning hair that gave me major June Carter and Kacey Musgraves vibes. I was such a fan.

        Bath Maine Wedding Vendors:

        Bride Getting Ready Location: Inn at Bath

        Groom Getting Ready Location: Private Residence

        Ceremony Venue: Grace Episcopal Church

        Reception Venue: Maine Maritime Museum

        Officiant: Rev. Dr. Ted J. Gaiser

        Photographers: Hailey & Joel Crabtree

        Catering & Bar Service: Stone Cove Catering

        DJ: The Music Man DJ Service

        Flowers: Skillins Greenhouses

        Cupcakes: Mae’s Cafe & Bakery

        Transportation: The Bath Trolley

        Rentals: One Stop Event Rentals

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        Nick and Julia’s Bath Maine wedding took place on the last day of August. Nick’s family has ties to Bath, so the area was the perfect backdrop.

        I started the day with Julia and her bridesmaids at the Inn at Bath. We had the place to ourselves, which was wonderful! Doors were left open as everyone floated about. Julia was quiet and thoughtful when I arrived. One of my favorite moments of the day happened when I had asked her to stand in the window for a portrait. She started to tear up for a couple minutes, then started laughing. It was like all those wedding day emotions were happening at once, so I just snapped away.

        Once Julia was ready, it was off to Nick’s family home for the first look. Another favorite moment of the day was when Nick and Julia popped a couple of Budweisers while we waited for the trolley to the ceremony. There’s a photo below, but it was just such a fun, relaxed moment. Those are always my favorites.

        After the ceremony, it was off to the Maine Maritime Museum for the reception. This was our first time photographing here, and I loved it! It’s such a unique space.

        I have lots of favorite images to share, so I’ll get on to those.

        P.S. Shoutout to Julia’s stunning hair that gave me major June Carter and Kacey Musgraves vibes. I was such a fan.

        Bath Maine Wedding Vendors:

        Bride Getting Ready Location: Inn at Bath

        Groom Getting Ready Location: Private Residence

        Ceremony Venue: Grace Episcopal Church

        Reception Venue: Maine Maritime Museum

        Officiant: Rev. Dr. Ted J. Gaiser

        Photographers: Hailey & Joel Crabtree

        Catering & Bar Service: Stone Cove Catering

        DJ: The Music Man DJ Service

        Flowers: Skillins Greenhouses

        Cupcakes: Mae’s Cafe & Bakery

        Transportation: The Bath Trolley

        Rentals: One Stop Event Rentals

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