Danica and Aaron were married November 3rd 2018 at the North Waldoboro Church of the Nazarene, in North Waldoboro Maine. The ceremony was performed by Pastor Roger Merrill. Danica and Aaron had a lot of personal touches and details throughout their wedding. Danica’s dress was handmade by Aaron’s mother. It was a gorgeous tea length gown with intricate beading on the top, complete with a veil to match. Danica decorated her own wedding cake with flowers and icing. The cake topper even include a figurine to represent their dog, Lucy. The bride also customized her shoes, and made matching accent belts and hair pieces for her bridesmaids. The flowers were a mix of purple, red, and white.
The couple rented the whole Damariscotta Lake Farm Bed and Breakfast. The 1828 original farmhouse was the perfect backdrop for getting ready with five intricate and charming bedrooms, country charm, and décor. The bride and bridesmaids got ready in their matching robes at one end of the house. The groom and groomsmen prepared and dressed at the other being very careful that the groom did not see his bride before the ceremony.
Following the ceremony the bridal party traveled to nearby Damariscotta Lake Farm in Jefferson, Maine. The reception was carefully decorated in reds and purples. Chocolate kisses were wrapped in matching toile and sprinkled on the tables. Despite the rain, Family and friends had a great time celebrating the newlyweds. In addition to all the standard dances, the bride had a special moment with her grandfather. They both performed a well-choreographed dance, not skipping a beat or missing a step. The rain finally broke for a few minutes and we were able to sneak outside for a couple of portraits.
Congratulations Danica and Aaron on your marriage! We wish you many years of wedded bliss and are honored to have been part of your special day.
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