The Wrack

The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.

Posts tagged weddings

  • Venue: Voices of Experience

    Beth Geary
    | May 20, 2016 | Filed under: Culture

    We’re lucky to work with some of the best wedding professionals in the business. Here are thoughts of three of our favorites. What trends do they see in the industry? Why do they love being a part of events here?

  • Venue: Plan an Eco-friendly Wedding

    Beth Geary
    | April 21, 2016 | Filed under: Culture

    How important is having an environmentally-friendly wedding to you? Here's some food for thought.

  • Venue: Eighteen Months Later

    Beth Geary
    | February 16, 2016 | Filed under: Culture

    A saltwater farm with rustic barn, expansive grounds, and environmental mission made the Wells Reserve at Laudholm our first and only choice for a wedding venue.

  • Venue: Proposal on Snowshoes

    Beth Geary
    | January 29, 2016 | Filed under: Culture

    I had been bugging John about getting engaged for months.

  • Venue: You Said Yes. Now It's Time to Plan

    Beth Geary
    | January 8, 2016 | Filed under: Culture

    There was a proposal and you said yes! Now comes the fun part — planning one of the most exciting and memorable days of your life.

  • Venue: A Year of Weddings at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm

    Beth Geary
    | December 4, 2015 | Filed under: Culture

    We're surprised and delighted by the creativity our brides and grooms unleash to bring their visions to life at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm.

  • Venue: An Incomparable Setting

    Beth Geary
    | October 20, 2015 | Filed under: Culture

    Want a wedding spot on the southern coast of Maine? The Wells Reserve at Laudholm features beach, dune, forest, and field.

  • I Thee Wed, Laudholm Style

    | February 14, 2013

    Valentine's Day 2013. How many lovers committed to one another today, first with a "Will you" and then with a "Yes," launching themselves giddily into an engagement that promises to be filled with joy, anticipation, growth, and bewilderment?

    Beach stones in the shape of a heart on Laudholm BeachAs nerve-racking as a proposal might be, the work that follows acceptance is often testament to true love — who but the most smitten can negotiate the often stressful series of decisions that need to be made in the lead-up to wedding day?