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Portland Maine

Mat and I recently traveled to Portland for a wedding and thought we may never get a chance to come back, so we stayed an extra day to “tour” around! The break from the Charleston heat was awesome….There are no words. 🙂 No humidity and 75 degrees? Charleston in my dreams…..

We had a great time and checked out some local spots, and ate at a few really awesome restaurants. One of my favorites was the Artemisia Cafe. It was so cute and quaint… We are not fans of touristy places and this was definitely not! We had lunch one day and brunch another. Both times it was excellent. We also enjoyed an organic pizza place called Flatbread. I’m sharing a few images from both.

Mat and I visited peaks island and we both loved the homes and architecture! It was so pretty and fun to just stroll around for a relaxed day….. We also went downtown portland to a few shops I personally wanted to visit…a hat shop and vintage clothing store.

I’m most excited to share the wedding we shot here. I just finished it up and will post it soon!!

 

I was in love with this hat!!! Just didn’t want to spend $200. 🙁
Apparently in the 60’s, bridesmaids wore dresses and matching veils. hah!
How cute is this little yellow house?
I was hoping to find a “juliet” street but no such luck. 
This little scene was a welcoming sight to me. Chairs under a tree and a cool breeze. It has “relaxing” all over it!Not sure what’s going on here. Maybe people don’t want you to know where you are going? LOL.

 

  • bethany - LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE it! It simply re-confirms my love and adoration for maine and my deep desire to move there. Isnt it wonderful? Well done Juliet! The hat was precious too.

  • Christine - so awesome… this blog made me hungry & want to venture out to peaks! So pretty!

  • Jennifer Storer - Wow! I was just looking at your blog after coming across your branding on deluxemodern’s website … and I find that you were here recently! I hope you had a beautiful time in my home state & I really love the photos all over this blog. 🙂