Kennebunkport Wedding Photographer :: St Ann's Church, Maine :: Lauren + Dave (Part II)

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Hello! Yesterday we had all sorts of Maine wedding details and getting ready fun along with Lauren and Daves perfect little first look which you can see **here** if you missed it. If you "like" my official Leah Haydock Photography page on facebook you'll also have seen some additional images (and will get a sneak peak of the reception photographs...). Today we're at St Ann's Episcopal Church on the Kennebunkport seaside in Maine - it's the first time I've ever photographed in an "outdoor chapel"and it's such a beautiful setting for a Maine destination wedding.



Lauren and Dave wanted to enjoy cocktail hour with their guests and spend more time together so they chose to see each other before the ceremony. Lots of relaxed time for couples portraits and quiet moments alone:



The wedding party arrived, the guys looking sharp in their sports car:



Love the simple navy bridesmaid dresses from j.crew


Dave's boutonniere was made of hops usually used as a flavoring in beer. Local Color Flowers did all of the flowers and I love the originality:


Some relaxed family pictures. Lauren's Mom Kathleen was crying all sorts of happy emotional tears:




Time for the outdoor wedding ceremony at St Ann's. Lauren and her father walked from the church to the seafront:


Sarah Dugan was shooting with me for the day and earlier in the day we were both in the church scoping out locations, we both looked at each other and said "Ooooh, silhouette!" so Sarah stayed back and executed it perfectly:


Dave waited patiently:


It was CRAZY hot and CRAZY bright out for the wonderful wedding ceremony:





Lauren & Dave were so happy and excited after the kiss they almost ran down the aisle leaving Anna still clutching two bouquets ;) never mind. I think you get the idea:


Time to hop on the trolley to ride over to Pier 77 for the Kennebunkport wedding reception!

Part III coming very soon.....

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