Laid-back couple Regina and Rob found inspiration for their wedding in Maine in the vintage styles and rustic atmosphere of Sprague Hall. The romantic day was filled with lavender accents in wild, overgrown bouquets carried by the bride and her bridesmaids, as well as in Rob’s accessories. Sunglow Photography truly lived up to his name by capturing the most enchanting light as the couple spent their first moments together as husband and wife.
Regina and Rob
Sprague Hall, Portland, Maine
We tried to incorporate natural, vintage, romantic, and rustic concepts into our wedding décor. Generally, Rob and I are pretty laid-back and we wanted something that reflected our personalities.
During the ceremony we held hands and just looked at each other. At that moment it felt like we were the only two people in the room.
The Couple Recommends:
Our wedding was mostly DIY, but our photographer, Dustin Prickett from Sunglow Photography, was remarkable. We couldn’t be happier with the way our photos turned out! Not only is Dustin a great guy, but he captured all the special moments from the day. He had great artistic vision and an uncanny ability to know when and where during all the chaos. He truly went above and beyond and we would wholeheartedly recommend his services.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Sunglow Photography
Ceremony Venue – Wilde Memorial Chapel
Reception Venue – Sprague Hall
Cake – Two Fat Cats
Invitations – Leland Foster
Wedding Dress – Catherine Deane via BHLDN
Groom’s Apparel – J.Crew
Favors – The Old Tamarack
Thanks to Sunglow Photography for giving Junebug a glimpse into Regina and Rob’s special wedding in Maine! Loving Regina and Rob’s color palette? Check out Rebecca and Kyle’s pastel barn wedding in Virginia for more inspiration.
What a gorgeous couple, Great job Dustin and great pick Junebug :)
Really these are very professional photography.
I love the dress and the flowers,it’s all very beautiful and tasteful. but it never ceases to amaze me how all African elements tribal or otherwise are just never part of the wedding,I know she’s probably African American and has no idea what tribe she is from,but including something African I think would have been lovely,I know as a mixed race woman I would.
Maybe she did?