Yes, you can have an amazing island wedding without traveling to the Caribbean
Imagine the invitations telling your wedding guests you are getting married on an island! In-house event planners at the luxurious Inn at Diamond Cove, a short and scenic boat ride across the bay from Portland, will help you make your dream island wedding a reality. Lush lawns with water views are classic sites for scenic ceremonies, and for elegant receptions held under billowing Sperry tents with retractable sides and dance floors. Smaller gatherings can be held in the unique, rustic Art Gallery, with exposed wooden beams, sliding barn doors and 40-foot vaulted ceilings; or on the patio at the Diamond’s Edge Restaurant, with views of the marina. Overnight guests will enjoy kayaking, biking, hiking, the outdoor pool, hot tub, tennis courts and fitness and game rooms, among other amenities.
How about arriving to your wedding on a boat? Lakeside resort offers lots of possibilities
At the picture-perfect Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake, brides have been known to arrive at their wedding on a classic 1947 Chris Craft. Wedding couples can take full advantage of the resort’s lakeside location, exchanging vows under the towering pines, with Sebago Lake and Maine’s Western Mountains as a backdrop. After you say your “I do’s,” and have photos taken by the water and along woodland trails, you’ll want to dine and dance into the evening in the rustic lodge. End your celebration with family and friends around a bonfire off the lakeside terrace. And no driving home! Guests will stay in a lodge room or cottage (discounted rates are available), each individually decorated, with fireplaces and lakeview balconies, decks and porches.