The Camden Harbour Inn offers couples seaside elegance amidst a romantic, stunning locale unmatched by other Maine wedding venues. Situated along Maine’s vast, rugged coastline, Camden Harbour Inn provides couples with the chance to celebrate their marriage in a serene, beautiful and idyllic setting at any time during in any season. After all, Maine is a four-season destination, and the Inn has all-inclusive wedding packages for couples and their family and guests for any time of the year. Continue reading “A Maine Wedding Venue on the Water and All Inclusive Packages”
Considering a New England honeymoon? For many, the destination that newlyweds choose to spend their honeymoon often becomes a tradition where they return to celebrate their love annually. In choosing New England for your honeymoon, the most difficult decision will be deciding where to go. Continue reading “A Romantic (and Luxurious) Honeymoon in New England”
You have just made the biggest decision of your life…you are getting married! And you and your spouse have decided on a destination wedding. After all of the newfound excitement of the engagement quiets down a bit, planning mode starts to kick in, as there are so many decisions to be made. With so many destination wedding locations to choose from, and all of the details that ensue, you have some work to do. Here are three things to consider when planning a destination wedding.
You may think you have plenty of time, but when you begin researching your first choice destination, you may learn it’s a lot more expensive than you thought, or that traveling there is too complicated for you and your guests. Speaking of guests, they need lots of time, too. While six to eight weeks ahead is acceptable for sending invites to a traditional wedding, you will need to give at least four months notice to guests invited to a destination wedding.
Send out save-the-date cards as soon as you know when and where you’ll tie the knot. It’s always a great idea to set up a wedding website to keep guests on top of details. Inform them if you’ve set aside blocks of hotel rooms and how to book them, what to pack, any discounted travel tips, what the itinerary of the big event will be and any other detail to help with travel plans and your guests stay.
You want to streamline costs, or even, in some cases, save money. At first thought, a destination wedding seems like it would be the most expensive way to get married. Not necessarily. It often turns out to be easier to keep costs in check in a faraway locale. One, you’re likely to have a smaller guest list. The biggest way to save money on your wedding is to keep your guest list lean. Two, your choices are more contained than they might be at home. When you are planning from afar, it all seems magical and exotic, so you are more likely to be pleased with a simple bouquet of flowers that the Inn provides, as opposed to at home where you would be sniffing out every florist shop and be more tempted for a lavish bouquet.
Planning Your Destination Wedding
The Camden Harbour Inn is the picture perfect location for your destination wedding with a selection of wedding packages & services. The backdrop of breathtaking Camden Harbour and the expertly manicured grounds provide the perfect setting for your special day. The Inn offers everything you desire right at your fingertips, and your guests will be treated to first class service and a most relaxing stay.
Newlyweds often fall in love with their honeymoon destination and make return visits a happy tradition. Those who are lucky enough to live here know; there are few destinations that match the natural beauty and romance of New England! Easy to get to from almost anywhere in the country, New England offers a host of seasonal activities and adventures for the most judicious couples. Depending on the time of year, you can soak in the beautiful foliage during the fall, relax on gorgeous sandy beaches, and listen to the call of the loons on the serene lakes. Below we discuss some hot spots for your New England honeymoon.
Curling up in a seaside bungalow, sipping wine in a cozy bed and breakfast, or just listening to the crashing waves from your towel, beachside. Don’t think that because Rhode Island is the smallest state, that it doesn’t have an abundance of things to offer.
Newport’s The Chanler, is a dream spot to stay on your honeymoon. Fall asleep beneath a sparkling chandelier in a room that seems right out of the Renaissance. With 20 unique rooms ranging from Gothic to English Tudor decor, couples can feel like Royalty. Featuring the Ocean Villa, which overlooks Newport’s famous Cliff Walk and Easton’s Beach.
Looking to add some romance into your honeymoon getaway? New Hampshire has all of the ingredients for a magical escape. Blessed with jagged mountains, lush rivers, thick forests, sparkling lakes and sandy beaches, the moment you arrive you will slip into full honeymoon mode.
The Manor on Golden Pond, in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, is a classic Honeymoon setting fit for a King and Queen. Enjoy the vast views of Squam lake from your room. One great aspect to a Manor on Golden Pond honeymoon is the fact that you never have to leave. Splurge on a couples massage and other fine spa treatments, sit by the pool, play a game of tennis, even take a cooking class. Enjoy a multi-course dinner sitting fireside in the Van Horn Dining Room, and top off your meal with a choice from the extensive wine list.
Vermont can be the perfect place for an unforgettable honeymoon. Let the timelessness of the mountains, rivers, barns, and meadows provide an anchor for your new life together. Your stay can be as active or relaxing as you want it to be…hike the Green Mountains, catch a chair lift to the top of the slopes, or just sit by the pool.
Grafton, Vermont is home to the Grafton Inn, among the oldest and most established inns in New England. The Grafton Inn has been hosting New England honeymooners for decades, and is the perfect honeymoon respite in a historic setting. Head down the road to the Grafton Cheese company and watch how fine Vermont cheese is made. Be sure to check out Grafton Ponds, the inn’s outdoor center for XC skiing and snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, or swimming. Wind down on the front porch with a drink overlooking the property. Enjoy two locations for dinner. Phelps Barn is more of a casual setting with pub fare and local brews, and the Old Tavern Restaurant offers more of an intimate dining experience with an authentic farm to table restaurant experience.
Maine offers the perfect landscape for a honeymoon paradise with a stunning rocky coast, sprawling sandy beaches, peaceful lakes, gorgeous national parks, and a world-renowned restaurant scene. To be in the mountains by day, and enjoying a five-star meal by night, Maine provides the perfect mix of nature and nightlife to make honeymoon memories last a lifetime.
Make your way up the coast to find and stay at the Camden Harbour Inn, New England’s quintessential Victorian Inn. With breathtaking Penobscot Bay right outside your window, the beautiful surroundings make Camden Harbour Inn the ideal place for a romantic celebration. The rooms are opulent and stylish, the spa is invigorating, and the magic of coastal Maine makes for a heavenly atmosphere. Enjoy a world-class meal at Natalies, the Inn’s award winning restaurant while toasting to your new journey together.
One of the most momentous and joyous milestones in your life is to get married! You’ve said “yes,” but now the big question is where to have the ceremony and reception. With so many destination wedding locations to choose from, the “where” question can be a bit overwhelming. At the Camden Harbour Inn, we have you covered from the days before to the ceremony to the reception and even the to the most romantic honeymoon. Continue reading “A Week Before the Wedding In Camden”