After a few pandemic postponements, Jen and Nick were finally able to officially make their family become one. It was so evident how much they value family. Grandpa married them on the lawn of the Bar Harbor Inn overlooking Frenchmans Bay. Nick’s son was overjoyed to see his beautiful new stepmom coming down the aisle with her dad. And the most special part of all was their first dances. It was a gorgeous coastal wedding at Bar Harbor Inn.
Part way through the parent dances, they invited all other mother/sons and father/daughters to join in. But it didn’t stop there… Since Jen and Nick’s new rescheduled wedding date landed on her parent’s wedding anniversary. She surprised the two of them by playing their wedding song and inviting them out for a dance. Jen and Nick joined them part way through and it’s safe to say there weren’t many dry eyes.
The scenery that the Bar Harbor Inn offers on the coast of Maine, is hard to beat. The bride and groom tied in classic, minimalist details to compliment the coastal vibes. She gifted each of her bridesmaids an oyster shell trinket dish from Oyster Cottages, which are perfect for holding your jewelry and adding some extra elements in your detail photos. (I even ordered a couple for Christmas gifts!)
Scroll through to see love and coastal touches.
Photographer: Emily Brianne Photography
Dress Designer: Allure
Dress Place of Purchase: Grayce Bridal and Formal
Florist: Queen Anne’s Flower Shop
Venue: Bar Harbor Inn
DJ/Band: Sanborn Entertainment
Hair Artist: Emily Leach
Makeup Artist: Brittany Spence
Oyster Dishes: Alison Brooke Designs
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Emily Brianne • February 22, 2023