Maine Wedding at Portside Manor | M + T

While destination wedding planning, Marg and Tim decided they wanted to keep it relaxed. They chose to have a Maine wedding at Portside Manor surrounded by their closest friends and family! As I walked in, I realized just how perfect this spot was for hosting an intimate wedding. They did gooooood!

From Cleveland, Ohio and State College, PA, Margaret and Tim made their way to New Jersey and Charleston, SC where they now call home. Of course Maine was the perfect spot for them to gather up their friends and family for their intimate wedding!

While on a trip to Costa Rica, Tim popped the question to Margaret, and they’ve continued to be inseparable ever since!


Marg + Tim’s favorite part of the wedding day:

“Our favorite part was the intimate setting, our family and friends, and, of course, the view!”



Their Favorite Wedding Detail:

“Our favorite detail was my nephew, Rylan, racing up to the altar for his spider man pez!”




After walking down the aisle to How Long Will I Love You” by Ellie Goulding, and the beautiful wedding portraits…. it was time to let the reception begin!



Marg did the tablescape on her own! She collected the golden frames from stores and pieced together random books. I couldn’t get over how cute all of the colors were, and who doesn’t love the styling of old fashioned books at a table? Gives that Beauty and the Beast feel if you ask me!

They also shared their first dance to the acoustic version of No One” by Alicia Keys!


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