What would a spring wedding be without flowers? This spring, our wedding vendors will have you prepared with everything you need from your wedding ceremony to your reception. From boutonnieres and bridal bouquets to centerpieces and cake decorations, they’ll make sure you have your bases covered.
- With a supply of endless ideas, the team at Ann’s Flower Shop is ready to make your dreams come true. No matter your budget, how big or how small your bridal party is, they’re eager to adorn your friends and family with the brightest and most beautiful flowers to bring the season to life.
- Tangerine and Flamingo Pink or Lemon-Lime? Whatever the color scheme of your wedding, Fleur De Lis Floral Design will utilize their unique floral collection to create customized bouquets to make your wedding truly yours. If you’d like to put a spin on your wedding day, choose from their assortment of succulents, potted orchids and violet baskets.
- For a truly whimsical and original touch, Dodge the Florist, Inc. offers creatively earthy accents like berry halos, floral leis and floral bracelets with streamers. Give your ceremony an outdoorsy feel by adding moss or ivy to your bouquets and arrangements.
- The Flower Girl Wedding Florist knows how important your big day is. Even more than that, they know that your flowers are going to live forever in your wedding photos. That’s why they focus their attention on weddings and special events. They’ll be with you every step of the way from the consultation until delivery of your gorgeous flowers and offer an extensive gallery on their website to help you collect ideas for your special day.
Let your romance sweep you away to a magical Winter Wonderland elopement, courtesy of King’s Hill Inn. Their “Escape to Paris” Elopement package includes a beautiful and scenic heated chapel, a one or two-night stay in the historic inn, a justice of the peace, a bouquet of flowers, and dinner for 2 at the renowned Maurice Restaurant Francais, capped off with delicious cupcakes and a sparkling cider toast to the bride and groom.
Prices range from $1,213.14 to $1,500.00 with other packages starting at $799 – but really, who can put a price on eternal love and happiness?
Click here to begin your happily ever after: http://www.kingshillinn.com/
Fall – the third season of the year, when crops and fruits are gathered and leaves fall. A season categorized by the changing colors of leaves, crisp air, and fantastic wedding opportunities. Capitalizing on the red, orange, and yellow hues of Fall paired with the nature of the season, we have compiled your go-to guide for planning the perfect Fall wedding thanks to our Maine Wedding vendors.
Cake: With a cake titled “Fall Leaves Wedding Cake”, it’s no wonder we suggest Wedding Cakes by Jennifer for your Fall dessert centerpiece. Using real elements of the season, Wedding Cakes by Jennifer captures the essence of Fall in a tasty way.
Decor: Fall is all about nature and its beautiful wonders. Get in touch with nature at your wedding, courtesy of Maine Event Design & Decor. Host your wedding in a wooden barn for the perfect Fall aura and Maine Event Design & Decor with add the perfect finishing touches from twinkling lights resembling a crisp Fall night beneath the stars to the deep red drapery resembling the beautiful Fall leaves.
Location: The Woodlands Club makes it easy to surround yourself with the season. With their velvety green landscaping and the surrounding woods of Maine, this private country club sets the perfect backdrop for your Fall wedding.
Wedding Favors: Fall is apple picking season and what better way to celebrate than with caramel apple wedding favors? Simple Delights specializes in gourmet candy apples and other delights, offering tasty and timely wedding favors.
Flowers: The perfect floral ensemble is essential to set the scene for your Fall wedding and that’s why we suggest Sawyer & Company. Fall Fantasia, Burst of Autumn, and Fall Brights are just a few of the Fall bouquets they have to offer for your Fall wedding.
Thank You Cards & Invitations: El’s Cards does Fall justice. With six options for handcrafted Fall themed thank you cards and three equally beautiful options for Fall themed invitations, you’re sure to fall in love.
Guests attend a wedding for the happy couple, but they stay for the food! In Maine, where staples like lobster and blueberries are infamous, food is taken very seriously. That’s why choosing your wedding caterer is no joke.
- Whether you’re looking for buffet style dining options or a three course meal or anything in between, Mine Oyster caters to your needs – literally!
- To indulge in a Maine cuisine classic, enjoy the offerings of Foster’s Clambake & Catering. Enjoy a Foster’s famous New England clambake that comes with sides of excitement and fun!
- To add some serious taste to your wedding, check out Pete’s Pig Southern Barbecue. Don’t be fooled, from pulled pork to salmon to prime rib, their fare goes beyond barbecue. No matter what dishes you choose, they’re guaranteed to be delicious!
- When searching for dessert, look no further than Gelato Fisco! To make your wedding unique all you have to do is choose the flavors (or even create your own!) and they’ll do the rest – sweet & simple!
- With over 10 years of creative, customized designs, Got Cake? specializes in designer cakes perfect for your wedding. Our mouths water as we scroll through their endless cake flavors from red velvet to chocolate mocha to Italian cream. Pair one of their decadent flavors with a custom design and you’re guaranteed a crowd pleaser!
- Whether you’re looking for elegant and traditional or playful and contemporary for your wedding cake, Starlight Custom Cakes has it covered. With the slogan, “Where cake and sugar become edible art!”, Starlight understands the necessity of a creating a cake that tastes as good as it looks.
- A 2014 Wedding Wire Couple’s Choice Award winner and voted 2014 Best of Weddings by The Knot, Heavenly Designs Bakery declares its cakes homemade pieces of heaven. Made from an original recipe passed down through five generations, these cakes have given them their “heavenly” and “delightful” reputation. Along with cakes, find tasty treats for your wedding ranging from edible favors to gourmet cupcakes to Italian pastries. Yum!
- Baking since she was a little girl, Jennifer, of Wedding Cakes by Jennifer, has mastered the art of baking and designing cakes. With a love for sharing her creations with people celebrating milestones in their lives, Jennifer creates handmade masterpieces with a personal touch for a sweet (literally) and sentimental cake.
What girl doesn’t like a great party and receiving tons of presents? It’s in our nature! We love it, and your bridal shower should be no different. These days, bridal showers have taken on new levels and are more fun than ever before. Traditionally, brides had their bridal shower and the groom had his bachelor party. Today, brides want in on the fun, and are not afraid to go after it.
The bridal shower is traditionally planned by the Maid of Honor. She can either put together a lovely afternoon luncheon filled with champagne and presents or she can go even further and plan a bridal shower that competes on the same level as the boys.
Here are a few different ideas for the shower:
- Sail away! Instead of another girl’s night out, make it a girls weekend away. Don’t limit your shower to a measly four hours when you can make it last for days! Plan a weekend in the snow if it is the season and the bride would enjoy it. If she is a more fair weathered maiden then why not head to the beach? This trip will be relaxing for everyone and a great bonding experience for all of the girls. It will be one of the last trips that the bride will take without her newly beloved.
- Learn something! If traveling is not really her thing, then maybe an activity filled bridal shower is the way to go. There are a hundred different activities that you can plan for the shower including a cooking seminar a gardening lesson or maybe make it risque with a pole dancing class. Activities are engaging and they make the experience unique and memorable. A cooking class would be great for a bride that wants to learn how to better cook for her new hubby. An in-home wine tasting gives the girls a chance to gab away, while learning a thing or two about the grape. Remember, make it something that everyone invited can partake in. It will be very uncomfortable if anyone is left out.
- Better together! It is possible that the couple wants to have a couples shower. In this case, the shower is going to be more like a dinner party or cocktail party. There will still be gifts, but instead of focusing on the bride, these gifts will be for both the bride and the groom. The guests will be male and female, and any activities will be centered around the couple, rather than just the bride. Today, many couples enjoy these showers as it is always fun to be showered together.
A common question is whether a wedding planner and venue coordinator are the same thing. No, not at all. Here are the differences between the two.
A wedding planners only priority is making sure your wedding runs smoothly and blows you and your guests away. They offer various levels of service. Usually, they plan almost every element of the wedding, start to finish. This allows you to have someone on hand throughout the process and you don’t have to stress.
A venue coordinator usually responds to the initial inquiry and shows you around the venue. They are the point of liaison between the couple and on-site operations team. You do not have as much contact with them, where there only responsibility on the actual wedding day.
That said, a wedding planner has greater vested interest in every aspect of your wedding because they are working for you. They are well versed in sourcing services through tough negotiations on your behalf, seeking the most bang for your buck.