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« on: January 27, 2006 10:26:48 AM »

Okay, so this isn't a craft related question, but Leah the craftster goddess asked this same question in the MA area, so I thought I would follow her lead and ask the same one but in your area.

Does anyone know of a good, different, interesting, beautiful place to get married in the greater Portland area?

I live down in Boston and it's hard to know all the good spots!

Thanks for any ideas you might have!


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« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2006 06:34:07 PM »

There is a dignified park/cemetary area in the historic West End of Portland.  It looks over the harbor, and has some handsome, rich looking colonial homes in the backdrop.  I used to live there and loved to walk/run in that area.  It's a place that you only go to if you live there/know someone that lives there, quiet and distinct.  Check it out if you have the time.  Also, there are some (read maybe, 3) tiny ancient churches in Cape Elizabeth...do some reasearch online...it's worth it...  If this is a destination wedding, also consider Peaks Island...no cars, just a ferry ride and an amazing arrival.
....also, this is completely out of the way, but Deer Isle is terrificly quaint, seafaring town....it's a wonderful winding drive up Maine's working coastline to the tiniest of island towns.
I hope this isn't an overload...believe me i've got more ideas...but feel free to ask if you'd like to hear more.

« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2006 01:30:42 PM »

dunno if it's already happened? but i would highly recommend the forestry conservation area - they're got a cute little stone-floored room & huge park! also - the beach!
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