Have you ever seen a picture and thought to yourself, the backdrop or landscape must be fake? Well, I am about to show you one of my most favorite views I have ever had the chance to shoot. Does it look like this always? No! It happens right after the sun sets and then the view comes to life.
This weekend, I had the honor of being a part of Stephanie and David’s wedding at Sugarloaf. It was such a beautiful fall day. Josh, our videographer, and Michael headed up to Sugarloaf that morning and started the day with David and all of his Groomsmen as they got ready down the road from where Stephanie was getting ready. They were laughing, making jokes and enjoying the morning. After some time with the boys, we headed to see Stephanie and all the girls while they got ready. When we arrived they were getting their hair and makeup done and talking about how excited they were. We spent the first part, shooting all the beautiful details, shoes, rings, flowers, Stephanie’s Grandmothers perfume and pendant that she tied to her bouquet. Her dress hung from a huge floor to ceiling window that overlooked the mountain. Stephanie’s besties were by her side to help her get into her dress and made sure she looked perfect before her first look with her mom and dad. It was a special moment for all of them.
The ceremony was held at the golf course and remember the views I was talking about earlier? Well just wait till you see the photos. Not only did everyone get to watch two beautiful people get married, they had one spectacular backdrop too. The ceremony was beautiful. David walked his mother down the aisle before Stephanie made her way down with her parents on each arm. Stephanie’s Uncle performed the ceremony, which always makes it that much more special when families are involved.
After the ceremony, we spent some time taking advantage of the views by doing our family, wedding party and Bride & Groom portraits. We had so much fun with the wedding party, especially Josh. He had such a good time getting the wedding party to laugh and I think that they were pretty fond of him too. Cheering his name and getting high fives from each person, he was on cloud nine! After some fun, we headed to the reception where Stephanie and David were able to enjoy a little bit of cocktail hour before the wedding party made their grand entrance and the newly Mr. & Mrs. took the floor for their first dance. The rest of the night was wonderful with great food, music, toasts, beautiful father/daughter and mother/son dance. The energy on the dance floor as we left almost made us stay a little longer just to dance.
So without further ado, here are some more sneak peeks from their wedding day!
Congratulations Stephanie & David! Thank you again for the honor of being a part of your wedding day!
Molly & Victoria
Photographers | Molly Breton & Michael Davis
Florist | Skowhegan Fleuriste
Ceremony Venue | Sugarloaf Golf Club
Reception Venue | King Pine Room at the Sugarloaf Mountain Resort
Wedding Planner | Julia Eggleston & Heather Longley
Videographer | Josh of Molly & Victoria Co.
Cake/Cupcakes | Love Kupcakes Inc.
Hair & Makeup | Hair: Cait Ravin Cosmetology, Makeup – Kelsey Kapler
Catering | Sugarloaf Mountain Resort
Bridesmaid Dresses | Designer: Bill Levkoff – Madeline’s Daughter, Portsmouth, NH
Groom & Groomsmen Attire | Allure Men – Antoine’s Tailor Shop & Formal Wear, Portland, ME
Invitations | Minted
Favors | The Bankery
Lighting | Maine Event Design & Decor