Thanks!

Hello friends and family,

We just wanted to say thanks to everyone for attending a successful wedding celebration. The food was delicious, the dancing was fun, and it was nice to be in good company.

There are a bunch of wedding pictures posted on Facebook (and more to come we’re sure). Be on the lookout! If you’re not on Facebook and would request for them to be posted on this blog, leave a comment. Because frankly, we’re not even sure if anyone is checking this thing anymore.

Thanks again!!

-Linda & Dan

**Ceremony Location Change**

Hi friends!

We have changed the location of the ceremony for the wedding next Saturday due to some LAME festival going on that day and taking over the space.  We will now be holding the ceremony in front of the Brunswick Elks Lodge.  Spread the news!!  And keep checking back here in case there are any other changes/surprises!

-Linda

Fall is almost here! Officially that is.

Ten days will be the first day of spring.  I must admit I can already feel fall coming.  The temperature has been dropping a little more each night and I find myself feeling comfortable wearing pants.  But there are so many things to look forward to in the fall.  Apple picking, carving pumpkins, the leaves changing awesome colors, non-humid air… It’s great!  And it’s gorgeous in Maine.

What does this have to do with the wedding?  It doesn’t really.  Besides the fact that the wedding will be during the fall.  Just sharing in the excitement of the upcoming season!  So if you’re coming up in a couple weeks from another state, check out the leaves and don’t forget to take a minute to just smell that Maine air (there is a difference).

P.S. Your next tidbit for the upcoming wedding:  Dining music is jazz.  Dancing music is funk.  Get ready!

From Northern Maine

If you’re coming North of Brunswick.  Try these directions!

1. Take the ramp onto I-95 S/ME-15 S

Continue to follow I-95 S
Partial toll road
80.3 mi
2. Slight right onto I-295 S (signs for ME-9/ME-126/Gardiner/Brunswick)

Partial toll road
21.6 mi
3. Take exit 31A to merge onto ME-196 E/Lewiston Rd toward Topsham/Brunswick

Continue to follow ME-196 E
1.1 mi
4. Turn right onto Main St
1.4 mi
5. Continue onto Maine St
0.5 mi
6. Turn left onto Bath Rd
308 ft
7. Take the 1st left toward Park Row
285 ft
8. Slight right onto Park Row

Destination will be on the right
305 ft
179 Park Row
Brunswick, ME 04011

From South/Out-of-state

If you’re coming from out-of-state try these directions.  Also don’t forget toll money!

1.  Get your butt on I-95 N and then follow these directions 🙂
2. Take the ramp onto I-95 N

Partial toll road
Passing through New Hampshire
Entering Maine
91.9 mi
3. Take exit 52 toward I-295/US-1/Falmouth/Freeport
0.3 mi
4. Merge onto Maine Turnpike Falmouth Spur

Toll road
3.7 mi
5. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-295 N/Freeport/Brunswick and merge ontoI-295 N
17.6 mi
6. Take exit 28 to merge onto US-1 S toward Coastal Route/Brunswick Bath
1.1 mi
7. Continue onto Main St
0.1 mi
8. Continue onto US-1 N
1.2 mi
9. Continue onto Pleasant St
0.6 mi
10. Turn right onto Maine St
0.3 mi
11. Turn left onto Bath Rd
308 ft
12. Take the 1st left toward Park Row
285 ft
13. Slight right onto Park Row

Destination will be on the right
305 ft
179 Park Row
Brunswick, ME 04011

From the bride’s parents house

Directions from the bride’s parents house:

Driving directions to 179 Park Row, Brunswick, ME 04011
43 Summer St
Auburn, ME 04210
1. Head southeast on Summer St towardWood St
0.1 mi
2. Slight right onto Turner St
0.3 mi
3. Turn left onto Court St
0.4 mi
4. Turn right onto ME-196 E/Canal St

Continue to follow ME-196 E
10.7 mi
5. Turn right onto ME-196 E/Lisbon St

Continue to follow ME-196 E
6.8 mi
6. Turn right onto Main St
1.4 mi
7. Continue onto Maine St
0.5 mi
8. Turn left onto Bath Rd
308 ft
9. Take the 1st left toward Park Row
285 ft
10. Slight right onto Park Row

Destination will be on the right
305 ft
179 Park Row
Brunswick, ME 04011

It’s Crunch Time!

And we’re back from Hawaii and Camden folks!   We bathed in the sun, swam in the Pacific, drank one too many Mai Tai’s, and a great time was had by all.  You may be able to find a few pictures on Facebook somewhere.  I’ll be sure to post a few later on this week.

Now that we’re back, it’s time to focus on the Maine wedding/reception!  There are only a few weeks left.  Which means I can start throwing out some tid bits of what you’ll see at the wedding! Like…

Did you know that James Moler (the groom’s younger brother) will be officiating the ceremony?  Oh yes.  Get ready folks!

-Linda