Katy and David were the first ever couple to hold their wedding reception in the beautifully remodeled Tarratine Club in Downtown Bangor. They were married at the end of June and shared an intimate dinner with family on the patio of the club, while their guests enjoyed the three floors and rooftop deck of the venue, cocktails and passed appetizers. This historic venue, which used to be a private men’s club back in Bangor’s heyday, is now a beautiful site for parties and events. The original features of the building, going back to the 1800′s, made for interesting touches for Katy & David’s wedding. The original lockers where the men would hide their booze during prohibition made the perfect spots to put gifts for their guests. Instead of hiding liquor, the couple stashed away personalized bottles of Jones soda for the guests as a fun way to express their new last name (yes, their last name is Jones). Congratulations you two! It was a lovely event and I was delighted to be there with you and your families.
I posted Jessica & Ben’s wedding images last week, but in addition to my digital imagery I also shot a few rolls of film at their wedding. I got those scans back this week and I wanted to share my favorites from the day. These were all shot on 35mm Kodak Portra film. Enjoy!
Alexis and Justin tied the knot at an adorable back yard celebration at the grooms family home in Hampden over the July 4th holiday weekend. The red, white and blue details were perfect for the occasion and added such a nice touch to their event. Here are a few of my favorites. More to come soon!