Coastal Maine Outdoor Wedding

The wedding weekend took place on a secluded island off the coast of Maine. The guests and I were transported by ferry and stayed at an old New England Inn for Katie and Tyler’s wedding weekend, and the entire experience was extremely beautiful and unique. We all the spent the weekend in celebration together and on their wedding day, the fog off the coast rolled in and out throughout the day and guests dined and danced under an amazing Sperry Tent overlooking the harbor. It was styled to perfection with everything from calligraphy to fresh figs and seasonal fruit centerpieces. The whole day was both classic New England and really whimsical and fun, an expression of Katie and Tyler together.

Photography: Gabe Aceves Photography // Venue: Chebeague Island Inn // Planner: Melanie Voros Blissful Beginnings // Bride attire: Amsale // Bridesmaid dresses: Jcrew // Groom + Groomsman attire: Ralph Lauren // Flowers: Flora and Fauna by Judy Bourgeois // Catering: provided by the inn // Cakes / food: Two Fat Cats Bakery // Music: Tony Boffa Band // Invitations: Gus and Ruby Letterpress

13 Responses to “Coastal Maine Outdoor Wedding”

  1. Melanie Voros

    So wonderful to be a part of such a special celebration with Katie and Tyler and their families!
    P.S. Lovely stationery was by Gus and Ruby Letterpress!

    • gabe aceves photography

      Hi, I was the photographer for this amazing wedding! There is a credit to the letterpress place above, but if you have questions let me know and I’ll find them for you. Happy to help.

  2. Katie

    Thank you so much for featuring our wedding! It makes me so happy to re-live that wonderful day through these gorgeous images!

  3. Jennifer

    The setting of this event is perfect for the theme. I love the flower bouquets and colors you have incorporated, especially the deep red to make it pop. The reception tables are also so eloquently decorated to make it cozy and romantic all at once. The photographs look as if it were a colder day out, but then the decorations make a warmer tone come out. I also love the water pictures with the boats in the background so real!


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