Amanda and Jay were married across from the York Harbor Inn in the gorgeous little park called the Hartley Mason Reservation. It was a perfect day with sun in the sky and their closest friends and family by their sides. The reception was beautiful in the York Harbor Inn ballroom with hints of nautical florals by Diane Ridlon, Petal Pushers in Pelham, NH. DJ Fred Pappalardo played the perfect array of oldies and newbies to get everyone out on the dance floor. The cake which was made to mimic the detail on the dress and tie in the florals in the room was done by Let them eat Cake- Gayle Forte. Deborah from Maine-ly New Hampshire created the invitations. Their love story is super sweet…”Amanda and William first met while doing the things they love: dance and basketball. If you blend Save the Last Dance and Love and Basketball together, you get William and Amanda’s romance. The first day the two met in 2007, William had been working at his marketing job at Copley Place in Boston, so he was well dressed in his work attire. He headed over to the men’s home basketball game that night so that he could support his teammates. At the same time, Amanda was a sophomore in college, was a member of the dance team, and happened to be performing that night. She must have caught William’s eye, because after the half time performance he came over to introduce himself and compliment her on her dance talent. A shy Amanda found him to be charming and handsome, and was flattered he recognized her talent. It wasn’t until the following year that they became best friends and officially started dating on Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 2008. Amanda will never forget that day, as William had been scheduled to work on the same night of her performance. Nervously waiting in the wings, she peeked out just before she was going to go onstage, only to see William sitting in the front row of the theater, holding a single red rose. It was that moment, that she knew she wanted to be with him.” Thank you so much for letting me photograph your Maine wedding day!