This is a peek into a DIY Woodland wedding in Maine. The story of Lizzy & Roy and their celebration that they made with their hands, incorporating so much of their heart and personal touches. From hand dipped gold feathers, to a popcorn bar, they thought of everything to create a full experience for their guests.
He laced his shoes and secured his suspenders at his family’s cabin on the lake. She stepped into her Anna Campbell lace dress and golden shoes in her childhood bedroom with her mom by her side. They wed underneath the endless blue Maine sky filled with fluffy white clouds, and then ran through a field of wild flowers as a thunderstorm rolled in.
The field were you will see Lizzy standing in her bridal gown was her grandfathers land, once filled with potatoes and so much family history. The field where Lizzy spent many moments helping with harvest and playing in as a child.
Laughter filling the walls of that big white tent as guests danced the night away. Every corner was filled with their DIY touches of gold and woodland decor. The bunting, globe guest book, and even the napkins were all hand crafted by the couple and family. Their day, filled with so much meaning and thought. Every detail, a labor of love.

Bride getting ready in Northern Maine wearing Anna Campbell lace wedding gown.
Bridal floral boquet inspirtation with light pink and rust colored flowers.
DIY woodland wedding in Maine

DIY wedding ideas with gold dipped feathers, pink baloons, and chalk board welcome sign.

DIY woodland wedding in Maine
couple portraits running through stormy field at DIY woodland wedding in Maine
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DIY woodland wedding in Maine couple portraits in open field

bride and groom outfit details for DIY wedding
DIY wedding table decoration ideas
DIY wedding in Maine floral table centerpieces
DIY wedding in maine homemade cake toppers and vintage photographs
chalkboard popcorn bar and gold dipped feathers at DIY wedding in Maine
Animal mask bridal portrait photobooth costume at DIY wedding

Bride wearing bear mask
DIY wedding cake and topper

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Wedding couple in woods for bridal portraits
gold wedding shoes at woodland wedding
Bride and groom running through the northern woods
Bride and groom in the deep northern woods
DIY woodland wedding in Maine bride and groom portrait
Glowing magical wedding reception tent under night sky

Bride and groom with sparklers
Wedding sparkler ideas

// DIY woodland wedding in Maine, photographs by The Shalom Imaginative Documentary Media.
Cinematographer: Brinton Films
Photobooth Setup: Jeremiah Sjoberg + Nick Miloscia

Bridal gown: Anna Campbell // hair piece: Twigs & Honey // Gold Bride Shoes: Modcloth // Bride’s Bouquet: Amy’s Flowers // Boutonnieres, Bridesmaid Bouquets, Flower Girl Crowns, Table Arrangements: Made by bride // Bracelet: Belonged to bride’s grandmother // Earrings: Diament Jewelry // Grooms suit: PacSun // Suspenders: Tietle // Bow ties: Autumn and Birch, Amanda Jo Handmade , Dandy Lou Designs, Clip A Bow Tie // Catering: Danny Collins // Cake: Jessica Kingsbury // Cake topper: Lovebirds Goods // Hair: Fallan Hair Studio // Makeup: Bride //

All reception and ceremony décor: DIY & planned by bride and groom
Moss book centerpieces, painted globe guestbook, chalkboard sign lettering, “Always” table decoration, cloth napkins: Made by bride
Triangle bunting: Made by bride & bride’s mother

Maine Wedding Photographs taken at Grooms family lake cabin, Maine wedding photographs taken at Bride’s childhood home, Maine Ceremony & Reception photographs taken at Bride’s aunt and uncle’s backyard, Wade, Maine. Maine Wedding photographs taken in wooded grove. Maine wedding photographs taken in wild flower field.


Where you guys got the masks. The wedding looks so much fun.

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My goodness your photographs are so beautiful! If you dont mind me asking, what lenses were you using? Are you using a tilt shift lens for some of these? SUCH beautiful work!

These are so beautiful. I keep looking at them over and over. Thanks for sharing!