Three reasons you're going to want to check out this slideshow: a great bridal party; a cool venue; and a 360' view of the ceremony at the Landing at Pine Point!
The Landing is an upscale event space currently managed by Black Tie Catering. It’s a block or so from the beach, has a great enclosed ceremony lawn, and plenty of getting-ready room, so you can have your whole wedding day there!
Before it’s current incarnation, the Landing was a Catholic Church, and a large one. Jim Ciampi had the vision to transform it into an event space, and Portland’s Wright-Ryan Construction renovated the entire building.
Now, the only vestige of the church it was is the 60′ vaulted ceiling. Here’s a few reasons why as wedding photographers we love The Landing at Pine Point:
- There’s a balcony to take bird’s eye view pictures from.
- The balcony is also great for shots of the couple, with the party behind them!
- There’s room for a 20-piece band on stage, and the accoustics are tremendous!
- Wedding day beach photos!
- The ceremony space is also great for wedding pictures!
We always love working there, and if you’re in the market for photography, we want to be your Landing at Pine Point wedding photographers!
Kaitlin got ready at her parents' house, met John at Evergreen Cemetary, had pizza at Siamo's, got married at Deering Central church, went to the beach in Scarborough, and then finished the night with a reception at the Landing. Wow!
If you've seen any of our recent wedding posts, you'll know that I love asking the bride and groom to tell us about their wedding memories. Ashley and Mike had a lot to say about their wedding day, and their answers are below - I hope you'll read them. But first, here are my ten favorite images from the day:
Ashley and Chris got married at the beautiful Landing in Scarborough, Maine. They did their ceremony on the balcony overlooking the dance floor, and no one had to drive to their…
When Courtney and John first told us about their plans for the big day, they said they wanted intimate and elegant, but they also wanted fun. They certainly succeeded with…