A destination wedding in the great state of Maine is most definitely an idea that I can get on board with – and this breathtaking Camp Hammond affair has me thoroughly convinced that it’s the only way to go. From that gorgeous lace gown to the unique, rustic touches to the cutest EVER bride and groom, every.last.moment is seriously brimming with lovely… and I can’t get enough. Emily Delamater Photography snapped up all of the pretty and it’s a magical wonderland we won’t soon forget. Click here for more.
From Emily Delamater Photography… Artichoke, moss and cabbage bouquets, lace overlay, birch bark, a venue straight out of a Hemingway novel, dark wood, quirky centerpieces, and the coming together of a British and an American family. When Katherine contacted me to inquire about photographing her wedding, I was so excited! She and Tim live in Oxfordshire, England, where Tim is from, but they decided to have the wedding in Maine near Katherine’s family. Tim is in a ska band — they actually met at one of his shows — so great music and a relaxed atmosphere were really important to the couple. A rockabilly band played original tunes and Johnny Cash all through the night, occasionally lending the mic to the groom or one of his many musical guests. It was a favorite of mine from the season — such a great environment, such fun and unique details, such a fantastic couple.
Wedding Photography: Emily Delamater Photography / Ceremony: Foreside Community Church in Falmouth, Maine / Reception: Camp Hammond in Yarmouth, Maine / Floral Design: Snell Family Farm / Band: Sean Mencher and His Rhythm Kings / Wedding Dress: Suzanne Neville