A Summer Wedding

As somebody who spends a great deal of time thinking about settings,  I love when you arrive at a place that feels so totally right at that very moment.  I had this feeling when I went to an old friend’s wedding this past weekend.  The setting was simply perfect.

Fresh picked flowers casually placed in a bucket were the perfect splash of color next to the wooden lodge where the ceremony was held.

The Beaver Lodge…

Oh, how I loved the Beaver Lodge.   It was the kind of place that the ghosts of campers past seem to great you at the door.  Once again, perfect setting for a wedding.

Your eyes aren’t fooling you, that moose on the wall is smiling.

Easy bouquets of flowers for the flower girls.

Simply beautiful!

About julietruekingsley

Crazed writer living on the coast of Maine! Attempting to blog daily in fifteen minutes or less.
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4 Responses to A Summer Wedding

  1. Pingback: Julie True Kingsley: A Summer Wedding « NESCBWI Kidlit Reblogger

  2. Do you ever feel like the moose are our muses?

  3. I’m not sure what my muse for HOOD is. Kinda scary…

  4. Tierney says:

    Hi Julie,

    Such a well-written post that really highlights the charm and beauty of the lodge. I was directed to your blog via the Beaver Lodge’s website, because I’m looking into renting the lodge for my own wedding next year. I’m having a little bit of trouble getting into contact with the person who manages rental requests for the lodge — do you know how the couple featured in your post got in touch/secured their rental? Any tips or information you might be able to give me would be MUCH appreciated. My email address is elison.tierney@gmail.com

    Best Wishes,


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