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        Meghan and Nick’s Northport, Maine wedding had some unexpected weather. It was a particularly cold day for June, and it started raining right as the ceremony was starting. However, these two laughed it off, and didn’t let the weather get them down.

        Meghan and Nick’s love story sticks in my mind because it reminds me a bit of our story. They met at the clinic Meghan was working at when Nick was a medical student rotating with some OBGYN doctors there. Meghan thought Nick was cute, but when he asked her to get some coffee, she thought it was because he wanted to talk to her about what it’s like being a psychologist. This reminds me of our story because back when I was a journalism student, Joel, who had also studied journalism, asked me if I wanted to grab coffee, and I thought he wanted to talk about journalism.

        Later, Nick asked Meghan out for dinner and drinks, and she texted her friends, “I think this is a date?!” I instantly connected with Meghan when she told me this story because I had been there. I was just so happy to know that I wasn’t the only one completely oblivious when someone was interested in me. Ha!

        Their story went on to involve lots of schooling, long distance and a few cross-country moves. While these things would be a deal-breaker for many, these two made it work because, in their own words, they “operate as a team” and are truly “soulmates.”

        We’re so happy that we got to photograph their Northport, Maine wedding at Point Lookout. Here are some favorites from the day!

        Venue: Point Lookout

        Photographers: Hailey & Joel Crabtree

        Officiant: Grandfather of the Groom

        Hair & Makeup: Jessica Candage

        Florals: Yellow Twist Design

        DJ: Double Platinum Celebrations

        Cake: Holy Cannoli

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