In Midcoast Maine, stunning weddings come naturally
Imagine walking down your wedding aisle on a mountaintop that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean or exchanging vows on a sailing ship as you float along a rocky coastline dotted with historic lighthouses.
“When you’re standing on Mt. Battie in Camden Hills, you look out and there is the ocean, stretching as far as you can see. You can see the town of Camden nestled in the harbor, and it really feels like you’re standing in the middle of a fairy tale,” says Kristin Wadsworth, who lives in the Camden area and helps couples find the wedding resources they need through the Chamber of Commerce.
Spring and summer are the most popular seasons for getting ready for weddings, and brides are planning right now for their 2010 and 2011 ceremonies. Few locations have as much to offer these couples as the alluringly beautiful Midcoast of Maine.
The best way to understand what the area has to offer is to visit for yourself. Wedding-specific resources will be showcased at the annual Midcoast Wedding Expo on April 18, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Point Lookout Resort in Northport, Maine just north of Camden. The event is being produced jointly by the Camden-Rockport-Lincolnville and Penobscot Bay Area Chambers of Commerce.
From historic mansions and world-class resorts to charming inns, ornamental gardens and intimate islands, the towns of Midcoast Maine offer every kind of setting for a dream-like wedding and an abundance of highly skilled wedding professionals to ensure that every couple experiences their perfect day.
Location choices and planning resources are essential in any wedding endeavor. The Midcoast area is a home to dozens of beautiful venues and a large variety of experienced professionals in catering, photography, videography, wedding planning, flowers, accommodations and more.
To learn more about the Midcoast area for planning and experience a truly classic and beautiful wedding, visit our website.
The Camden-Rockport-Lincolnville Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit membership association that serves businesses and organizations from 54 towns and seven states who actively seek to support business and community in the Camden Hills region of Maine.