From the Photographers

This weekend we made the trip up to Portland, Maine to finally meet Emily & Connor! We couldn’t have asked for more beautiful scenery or better company. These two were so full of gratitude and love for one another!

We started their engagement session by strolling the streets of Old Port. Hearing how these 2 enjoyed so many trips here made it that much more special. Emily’s engagement ring was even custom created by D. Cole Jewelers because it holds diamonds from both Emily’s mother and Connor’s grandmother’s rings.

We then ventured over to Portland Head Lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth. The views were absolutely breathtaking, something straight out of the movies. We hiked down to be right next to the crashing waves to get some of the most spectacular shots. Emily did all of this IN HEELS!

We can’t even begin to explain how sentimental this trip was for all of us. It means so much when we get to share such unique experiences with our couples and the friendships we gain throughout their experience. Enjoy their story!

How they Met

Connor and I met through work! Connor works in distribution and I work in manufacturing both in the construction industry. We met while I made a sales call to his branch in NH. We both connected immediately and the rest is history! 

The Proposal

Our engagement was planned! We took a long weekend in early September to spend in Acadia national park in Maine. We planned on hiking Cadillac Mountain for the sunrise with our two dogs. Knowing about the proposal didn’t make it any less romantic. After Connor popped the question and I said yes, we spent the rest of the weekend doing what we love; hiking around the beautiful Acadia National Park, fishing, mushrooming, and loving every moment with our dogs. 

Best Part of Being Engaged + Some Advice

We both agree that our favorite part is planning our future together. Planning our wedding, and finding our forever home in Maine, and hire a wedding planner. Even if you don’t think you need one, you do. It’s worth the money!! 

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