A Unique September Wedding at Squire Tarbox Inn
In the heart of coastal Maine, where the salt marsh meets pastoral grounds, Lianne and Ben chose the Squire Tarbox Inn for their unique September wedding weekend. Let us take you on a journey through the vibrant details and unforgettable moments that made their celebration a masterpiece.

In the heart of coastal Maine, where the salt marsh meets pastoral grounds, Lianne and Ben chose the Squire Tarbox Inn for their unique September wedding weekend. Let us take you on a journey through the vibrant details and unforgettable moments that made their celebration a masterpiece. If you're dreaming of a weekend wedding that breaks the mold, read on to discover why Squire Tarbox Inn is the perfect canvas for your extraordinary love story.

The Setting: Coastal Charm and Rustic Elegance

Squire Tarbox Inn, with its 12 pastoral acres dating back to the 1700s, provided a canvas of natural beauty for Lianne and Ben's celebration. Nestled near the salt marsh, the ceremony unfolded against the backdrop of serene waters and the whispering breeze, creating an intimate and picturesque atmosphere. This unique weekend wedding venue perfectly blended coastal charm with rustic elegance, setting the stage for a love story that would unfold in vivid colors.

Colorful Details and Unique Touches

Lianne and Ben infused their personalities into every aspect of the celebration. From vibrant florals that echoed the hues of a September sunset to custom signage, every detail was fun and colorful. The barn, with its 1820s character, became a canvas for their dance party with silver fringe and colorful attire.

The Ceremony: By the Salt Marsh

The ceremony, set against the natural beauty of the salt marsh, was a moment of pure magic. As Lianne and Ben exchanged vows, surrounded by their closest friends and family, the love in the air was palpable. The salt marsh, with its timeless beauty, added a touch of tranquility to the ceremony, creating a backdrop that was unfussy and beautiful.

Al Fresco Dining on the Back Lawn

Dinner was a feast for the senses, served al fresco on the inn's back lawn. Applecroft Catering put on a show for the guests with beautiful and delicious food displays. Guests enjoyed a culinary journey that celebrated local flavors and elevated the dining experience. The open-air setting allowed everyone to bask in the beauty of the Maine evening, creating an intimate and communal atmosphere that perfectly complemented the couple's vision for their weekend celebration.

Full Dance Party in the Barn

As the sun dipped below the horizon, the barn transformed into a dance floor, where laughter, music, and joy reverberated through the night. The barn's historic vibe did not stop the couple from showing off their vibrant design. It was pure happiness. Lianne and Ben, surrounded by the love of their guests, danced the night away in a celebration that echoed the uniqueness of their love story.

Why Choose Squire Tarbox Inn for Your Unique Weekend Wedding?

Squire Tarbox Inn is more than just a venue; it's a canvas for love stories. Whether you envision a vibrant celebration like Lianne and Ben's or have your own unique vision, our team is here to make it a reality. Our 12-acre estate, historic barn, and personalized approach to each event set the stage for unforgettable moments. Contact us today!

Planning: Penny Layne

Photography: Jes Workman

Florals: Petalage Florals

Catering: Applecroft Catering

DJ: Direct Effect Entertainment

Rentals: A+ Party Rentals

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It was the absolute perfect getaway. They had luxury touches in bedding and linens which was great treat. The inn's interiors were so well thought out and executed. The tranquility of the grounds made it a relaxing get away to unplug and recharge.
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