Maggie and Mike’s wedding was held at the Trefethen Evergreen Improvement Association (TEIA) club grounds on Peaks Island this past Saturday. TEIA is so classically Maine in every way, I just love shooting there. Maggie and Mike chose to hold their ceremony on the dock, and guests were able to view it from two levels of the old clubhouse. The view of the ceremony, with Casco Bay, the islands and Portland in the distance couldn’t have gotten any more perfect.
Their wedding had a relaxed, beachy feel, and Maggie was one of the most laid-back brides that I have ever worked with. She exuded calm, and made sure to enjoy the wedding day that she had planned so long for. The beach cruiser bikes were a gift from Maggie’s sister, and bravely Maggie and Mike hopped on (even in their wedding day finery) for a short sunset ride. These two were so determined to live it up on their wedding day that they held nothing back. I just love it when couples have this sort of attitude.
Even though there is a touch of autumn in the air now, Saturday was steamy and warm; their guests gathered for hours on the wide covered porch of the club socializing and enjoying the sea-breeze and sunset. Once the sun finally went down over the bay, the music picked up and the dancing commenced. What a night!
Thanks for sharing your wedding day with me Maggie and Mike, both Leslie and I enjoyed being there to capture every moment of it!