North Yarmouth, Maine Wedding from Joyelle West Photography
December 13, 2012
New England
RusticRustic WeddingsFall Weddings

I don't think I will ever grow tired of a rustic barn wedding, especially when it's filled with personality and crazy-beautiful florals like this Barn on Walnut Hill beauty from Joyelle West Photography. Focusing on the couple's love for the outdoors, A Family Affair of Maine infused the soiree with sweet details like tables named after hikes they'd done and pinecone placecard holders! Head over to the full gallery to see the rest!

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From Joyelle West Photography... Jeff’s parents have a farm in Maine, Sara’s parents have a house in Maine, and Jeff proposed to Sara in Maine’s Acadia National Park, so Sara and Jeff wouldn’t think of having their wedding anywhere else. When they found The Barn on Walnut Hill in North Yarmouth, Maine, they fell in love with the venue. The barn is like a blank canvas, waiting to be filled with inspiration, so Sara and Jeff hired Paula from A Family Affair of Maine to bring their vision to life. Paula added in beautiful rustic elements, like pinecones strung on doors and walls, along with salvaged doors and furniture, to add depth to the decor. Sara wanted a soft, rustic fall color palette, so Emily Carter Floral Designs used a color scheme of orange, pink and muted green, and enclosed the table flowers in antique silver vases and water jugs. Sara and Jeff are avid hikers, so the tables names were frames with hikes they have done. Twinkle lights hung from the rafters, and a dose of apples was added in to completed the quintessential New England fall wedding theme.

Wedding Photography: Joyelle West Photography / Wedding Venue: The Barn on Walnut Hill in North Yarmouth, Maine / Event Design + Planning: A Family Affair of Maine / Floral Design: Emily Carter Floral Designs / Cupcakes: Aprilla Cakes of Maine / Wedding Dress: Birnbaum & Bullock Couture Collection via Birnbaum & Bullock in NYC / Invitations + Stationery: Three Little Words