Cheryl + Kerrie: Destination Wedding Celebration in York Harbor, Maine

I have called Cheryl and Kerrie friends for years, so I was beyond excited when they got engaged, and they asked me to be their wedding photographer! They originally planned a wedding in Columbus, but then when they relocated across the country to Colorado, they decided to throw their plans out the window and have a destination wedding – in a location where their marriage would be legally recognized. And so they landed on York Harbor, Maine, and I have been counting down the days ever since!

Their wedding day was warm and beautiful, couldn’t be more perfect. Cheryl and Kerrie chose not to see each other before the ceremony. While they got ready in separate locations, Kerrie sent over not one, not two, but THREE separate cards for Cheryl. I was there to capture her expression after receiving each one!

Cheryl and Kerrie picked a lovely location in a park overlooking the ocean for their interfaith Jewish wedding ceremony. The wedding was small and intimate, attended by 40 guests, all close family and friends. There were a whole lot of tears during the ceremony! After some family portraits and couple portraits at sunset, they held a small dinner reception back at York Harbor Inn across the street. Loved those cake toppers! It was so beautiful to watch their family and friends come together in a show of love and support.

I had a total blast at Cheryl and Kerrie’s wedding weekend. It was my first trip to Maine, made all the more special by capturing Cheryl and Kerrie’s big day. Thank you for inviting me on this amazing trip and experience. Mazel Tov!

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About

I aim to capture moments and expressions that tell the story of a day, and are authentic to the people involved. If you can look at a collection of images I’ve taken of a total stranger and get a feeling for who they are and what they felt, then I’ve done my job!   

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