mr and mrs del cuore: countryside wedding in maine

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cheryl and collin chose mom and dad’s place in norway maine as the sacred grounds to publicly share their vows. during a toast cheryl had said this place was almost holy to them, and after being there i can agree, there is definitely a spirit and peace that rests amongst the burning painted light as it falls upon the leaves. almost everything displayed was hand made. from the cute signs, to the fire pit, the bar awning, to the ceremony site. all DIY. tractors, buckets of paint, rock stacking, earth moving, wood cut and nailed…see how easy it is to throw your own wedding! (haha). never before have i shot an event where i was surrounded with so much talent and creative forces. many within the group are professional dancers, (as is cheryl and also collin’s brother), there were singers, and various forms of art that kept me on my toes the entire length of the day…and much into the night. we ended the day with a mini concerto by the fireside. i will always remember this event. i felt at home, amongst friends, and forgot that i was working.
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9 thoughts on “mr and mrs del cuore: countryside wedding in maine”

  1. This may just be my most favorite wedding you have ever shot. Every little detail is just stunning, yet I love the simplicity of it. Great job!!!

  2. This has got to be the coolest wedding ever. I love the full body picture of the bride and groom embracing in the middle of the grass. These are by far the best pics i have ever seen. Now only wish we could have afforded you for mine and derek wedding

  3. um yes I want to go back to Maine now. the pics by the lake were the exact type of setting that the Girl’s Camp I worked at was. this is a gorgeous wedding & you captured it amazingly!! I love that each wedding you shoot is so unique to the couple and isn’t the same old repeat.. that most photographers do these days

  4. Agreed. I know this was a new place for you to shoot and it shows the eye for a good shot you have. I think a lot of photographers get comfortable with certain settings and scenes, but this proves you do great work outside your comfort zone.

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