Quinn & Chris: The Colony Hotel Wedding, Kennebunkport, Maine


I wouldn’t wish for it to rain on anyone’s wedding day… but when it does, something truly special happens.  Quinn and Chris had a rainy wedding day, and that something “special” came in the form of family and friends who circled the proverbial wagons and hunkered down for an intimate ceremony in the tiny St. Ann’s Church by the sea, and an energized reception at The Colony Hotel in Kennebunkport, Maine.  As an observer of numerous wedding celebrations, I was amazed once again by how the entire party were galvanized by the adverse weather.  Strangers bonded under umbrellas, friends dodged raindrops together as they ran through puddle filled parking lots and families were linked forever through a day spent laughing and supporting the people they loved the most.


Quinn & Chris couldn’t have been more relaxed about the weather.  They had the right perspective: their wedding day was about more than about the clouds or sun… it was all about their union, in that special church Quinn had always loved beside the sea as witnessed by their family and friends.


Their rings in the mail slot of the room where they would spend their wedding night.


Beautiful details found throughout the day.


Quinn’s grandmother reacts to seeing her for the first time.


On the way to the church, Quinn and her dad hold hands in the back of the car.


It was REALLY raining.  Quinn’s ever present smile never faltered.


Quinn & her dad walking down the aisle.


St. Ann’s is an intimate and beautiful stone church right on the edge of the ocean.


The timber frame construction at St. Ann’s is truly beautiful.


The exchange of rings.


Husband and Wife!!!


At the end of the long isle, Quinn & Chris.


Made entirely of large beams and stone, St. Ann’s was the perfect sanctuary on such a cold and rainy day.


Beautiful design by “Let Them Eat Cake”


A card left open on a table from Quinn to Chris reads “forever and ever.”  A natural background for a photo of their rings.


Back at the Colony Hotel, the floral designs by Blooms & Heirlooms were exquisite.


My favorite moment:  Quinn’s grandfather Moe, shares a hilarious and touching poem he wrote.


The band “The Marsels” got the crowd going quickly.


An impromptu twist contest broke out.


The rain kept pouring… but Quinn & Chris wanted some shots outside.


We went to the beach and Quinn just ditched her shoes, and walked around in the rain barefoot.


Beautiful and timeless.


A little rain wasn’t going to stop these two!

Quinn & Chris: What a wonderful celebration!  Thank you for having us there!  Your wedding was everything we love to photograph: real moments regardless of the wind and rain outside.  Thanks for being so much fun… we loved documenting your big day!


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Ceremony:  St. Ann’s Episcopal Church, Kennebunkport, Maine

Reception:  The Colony Hotel, Kennebunkport, Maine

Florist:  Blooms and Heirlooms, Kennebunkport, Maine

Band: The Marsels, Boston, Massachusetts

Cake:  Let Them Eat Cake, Kennebunkport, Maine

Dress:  Monique Lhuillier / Bride’s Mother’s modified creation

Photography:  Brian Wedge Photography

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  • September 22, 2009 - 2:51 pm

    Quinn & Chris: The Colony Hotel Wedding, Kennebunkport, Maine | Corpus Christi Beach Wedding Guide - […] post: Quinn & Chris: The Colony Hotel Wedding, Kennebunkport, Maine Share and […]ReplyCancel

  • September 23, 2009 - 8:59 am

    Rachel - What a great spot, photos and couple.
    Somehow you always are able to tell the story and not just “Show” us the photos.ReplyCancel

  • September 23, 2009 - 11:40 am

    Kiki Hinman - Brian,
    These are among the BEST wedding photos I have ever seen! I love the photos of Quinn & Chris near the ocean with umbrellas & bare feet. They are truly striking and unique. You always seem to capture not only the moment, but the emotion. Wonderful.

    K. HinmanReplyCancel

  • September 29, 2009 - 10:03 pm

    D. Leidy - I think you mean “aisle” not “isle”.ReplyCancel

  • October 3, 2009 - 8:08 am

    Vicki - I know Quinn and let me just say – you captured the true essence of who she is. Happy, carefree, and beautiful (inside and out). She was so excited for this day, and that definately shines thru in every picture!ReplyCancel

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