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Maine’s Love Boats - The History, Legend and Romance of A Schooner Wedding
If you are looking for an unrivaled romantic setting for a once in a lifetime wedding, Maine’s schooners should be high on your list. For the spontaneous and highly imaginative couple, there are truly few other options that parallel this experience. Even if you’re not getting married, spending six days or even two hours on one of the passenger schooners that ply the waters off the lace-edged coast can be a spectacular way to see Maine.

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Kicky e-invitations for your Wedding
Only a couple of years ago, the thought of sending out an electronic invitation for a wedding invitation might’ve seemed tacky, tacky. But with technology ramping up the wow factor on e-invitations these days, it’s worth your time to take another look.

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Maine, Perfect Wedding Locations
Maine is the perfect setting for a wedding. We’ll show you why, provide you with ideas to help create your perfect Maine wedding and suggest locations throughout the state. From the beaches of southern Maine to the rocky Mid-Coast; a mountain wedding in the west to a mountain wedding on Mount Desert Island, Maine has a location for the wedding you've been dreaming of.

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A Photo Booth, A fun addition to your reception
Draw the curtain, strike a pose and wait for the POP, POP, POP, POP of the flash bulb. The retro photo booth produces a fun and creative wedding photo memento in gorgeous Black and White - a perfect contrast to today’s crisp, saturated digital imagery.

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What’s in a song? A magical experience for the bride, groom, and guests
A custom-tailored suit for the groom. One-of-a-kind wedding invitations. Flowers that express your own personality and style. We all want our wedding to be as unique and original as we are. Custom songs are a unique way to bring that personal feeling to your wedding.

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Wedding Baskets with a Maine Touch
The team at Kate Parker Weddings has developed a series of regional gift baskets that make a fantastic addition to your wedding. Their “Maine Basket” brings your friends, family and wedding party a taste of Maine upon their arrival. While you would do well to have Kate Parker design and plan your wedding, if that isn’t in the cards then a Kate Parker welcome basket would be a great addition to the wedding details.

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A New Look At The Old Fashioned Lobster Bake
Here is a look at the fantasy and the reality of lobster on your wedding day. There are several options to have Maine lobster on the menu. We explore a few of the favorites.

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Wedding Websites - An Essential Tool
Keeping your friends, family and wedding party informed about the ever-changing wedding and weekend details can be very time consuming and burdensome, but not anymore. Having your own Personal Wedding Website will take care of all that, plus much more.

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Don’t Rest On Your Florals—Tips for Your Wedding Bouquet and Flowers
Using nature’s cues, a designer in Maine has access to a wide variety of seasonal flora that can create breathtaking designs for any location. There are the rich jewel tones of fall with dahlias, mums, and foliage; the hardy evergreens and rich browns of pinecones in winter; the bright bursts of color in tulips, crocus and daffodils of spring, and the rainbow of color that warms us in summer.

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Maine Wedding Towns – Where to go, what to do in Portland
Portland is a bite-sized center for commercial and cultural events in Maine, and that is what we love about it, oh and the shopping is great too!

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Maine Wedding Towns – Where to go, what to do in Camden, Rockport, Rockland
Camden appears on several listings of the top places to live and visit. Although we haven’t seen it published anywhere, Camden should be on the “top places to get married” list too. Rockland's downtown is anchored by the Farnsworth Museum, home of the Weyth family art collection and is fast becoming a very metropolitan little city. Here's our take on where to eat, where to shop, where to stay and more in Camden, Rockport and Rockland.

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Maine Wedding Towns – Where to go, what to do in Boothbay
This out-of-the-way fishing harbor isn’t as quiet as it may seem at first, once you get to know the rowdy, er, lively locals. But it’s a pretty affordable town with more lobster shacks and wharf restaurants than you can shake a stick at, not to mention a competitive amount of water activity.

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