Engagement on the Coast of Maine Sears Island | Sarah and Adam

We took a long walk out on to Sears Island in Searsport and were so fortunate to dodge the storm that hit everywhere else!  Torrential downpours missed our little slice of Heaven we were exploring.  Sarah and Adam are very adventurous and indulged me in my favorite activity, walking and splashing in the water.  We ended the night with a beautiful rainbow and a spectacular night sky as we made our way off the beach. 

Where would they ever be without their friends introducing the couple 6 years ago to each other?  Sarah’s friend, Lisa, was getting married and both Sarah and Adam were in the wedding but had never met each other.  So, naturally, Lisa and Brian thought these two beautiful singles should meet and a plan was born!

Lisa invited Sarah over for dinner and Brian happened to invite Adam and this went on for a bit that they both “happened” to be at the same events.  Their friends saw something in them and knew that they would make a perfect couple and be together at Lisa and Brian’s wedding a year later. And so they were!

Sharing a life together of love, travel and tying the knot has also been an adventure!  The couple planned a destination wedding and with all the travel restrictions had to cancel but the one thing kept ringing in Sarah’s mind 7/11 and 2020.  The date it has a great ring to it and she won’t forget it.  Adam joked that they both just love the 7/11 convenience store and I almost fell for it!

Sara and Adam will be getting married and just two short weeks at the picturesque Asticou Inn, Northeast Harbor near Acadia National Park and plan a Friendsmoon in Antigua on their one year anniversary so they can all celebrate! 

The sweet love you share for each other is evident and I cannot wait to capture all the emotion and excitement of you tying the knot and for Sarah to finally become Mrs. Clark.  Looking forward to your big day.

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