Video Credit: Yellow Dog Production (contact info below)
From Kayla and Sam’s recent elopement in Bar Harbor. Watch the video and be prepared to FEEL. THE. LOVE. I can’t recall ever officiating for a couple more excited to be married. They’re adorable. And the photos certainly speak for themselves. What treasures for Sam and Kayla to enjoy for years and years to come.
They initially planned to tie the knot at the Blue Hill Overlook on Cadillac Mountain but shortly before the ceremony was set to begin, dark clouds filled the sky. One of the wonderful advantages to not having 200 guests in attendance is the ability to change plans at the very last minute.
My phone rang as I was just about to enter Acadia National park and it was Kayla calling to tell me they had decided to change the location to one where there was a gazebo in town, so I simply headed there instead and met with the couple and their photographers.
We ended up on the beach below a well traveled walking path. As the ceremony progressed, a growing crowd of people leaned on the railing beside the path to look down upon us as Kayla and Sam exchanged vows.
When the ceremony closed, I pronounced them as husband and wife, and asked them to turn to face their “guests” above.
I presented them as the new Mr and Mrs as the crowd cheered, clapped and even posed for a couple of photos.
It’s these unplanned moments which make elopements so much fun.
These incredible photos were taken by Esra Sargent Her telephone number is (347) 345-5851. Her media sites are here:
Videography was done by Peter & Susan MacDougall of Yellow Dog Productions.
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