Engaged? Spend a night at Maine’s most romantic wedding destination… free.
There is no more romantic a place in Maine to get married than French’s Point, and no better way for you to know that than to spend a night with us.
So we have a new partnership, and something to give to you.
During the months of November and December we will set aside a gorgeous room at our historic coastal estate for you to spend the night while you check out our venue to see if it fits your wedding dreams. And while you’re here, Peter will join you for an hour-long engagement session.
It costs you nothing but a night away from the hustle of the fall season to fall in love again. A night to sit back, laugh, relax, and see why this is such an incredible place.
Tell your friends, spread the word, find someone that is engaged and tell them to check this out.
This is Maine’s most romantic and stunning coastal wedding destination, and Peter will capture your evening together in a perfect engagement session.
Contact us at 207-567-3650 or email email@example.com to set up your special night!
About French’s Point
French’s Point is a historic, coastal estate, located on the tip of a private peninsula in Maine’s Penobscot Bay. The beauty of our expansive grounds is surpassed only by that of the 260 degree view of Maine’s rocky coastline.
Committed to the quality of your experience, we host only one event at a time so that we may offer you and your guests the entire estate for your special day. Between May and October, enjoy the use of our spectacular Sail Cloth tent. which can accommodate up to 300 guests.
Peter Greeno is a Maine wedding photographer established in Portland and Boston, and resides on the nearby rocky coast of Maine. He recently studied with
nationally recognized portrait photographer CRAIG LA MERE, and is currently a student of HUFFINGTON POSTS’s Wedding Author and NYC Wedding Photographer G.E. MASANA.
He is the spotlight wedding photographer featured on INSIGHTLY CRM’s spokesperson’s blog, and is a qualifying competitive photographer in the Maine PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF AMERICA 2015 Image Competition. This winter he will be declared a CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER with PPA, the nation’s largest professional organization for photographers.