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Anayeli and Charles’ Harbor View, Jones Landing, Peaks Island, Maine wedding and reception

What do you get when you combine a beautiful couple (look at that dress!) with a serene seaside location, add in some friends and family that love to party, plus lots of yummy food and drink? A perfect wedding day, that’s what! And that is exactly what Anayeli and Charles’ wedding at Harbor View on Peaks Island was.

From the moment our feel hit the ground getting off of the ferry the celebrating began, Anayeli and Charles brought together two cultures (Greek and Mexican), two states (New Jersey and Maine), and it all fit together perfectly. The weather was also perfect, and their ceremony overlooking the Atlantic Ocean went off without a hitch. Anayeli’s little brother Mark walked her down the aisle, and her brother Quincy gave the blessing at dinner, which was just so sweet. Mark was also in charge of handing out what seemed to be an endless supply of fake moustaches throughout the day! The kid had me laughing at every turn.

Harbor View at Jones Landing on Peaks Island is a perennial favorite wedding location for many of my clients, and it is easy to understand why. The year round community of Peaks Island is just a 15 minute ferry ride from Portland, and in that short journey you’re transported back to a simpler time, where cars are replaced with bicycles or golf carts, and children run free; often spending the afternoons jumping off the pier into the cold Atlantic, instead of sitting and playing video games. A magical place for a wedding if you can’t live here year round.

Congratulations Anayeli and Charles, may you have many happy years to come!

 

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