It was so exciting to open the Real Maine Weddings Magazine, January 2016 issue, and see our floral design
featured in “Flowers for your Maine Wedding”. The floral design was part of the styling for the Inn at Cuckolds
Lighthouse Inspiration shoot that we participated in in May.
The floral arrangements were composed of white hydrangea, roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, sweet peas, blue
delphinium, pink spray roses, and greenery. We used antique blue and white chinoiserie vases to compliment the
color scheme of the Inn at Cuckolds Lighthouse. The plates are Gien France in Toscana with a personalized touch
from their Bespoke Collection, Filet Bleu. We added a touch of Maine with the custom embroidered linen lobster
dinner napkin, which are available to our clients.
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The Inn at Cuckolds Lighthouse is an amazing new venue for an intimate Maine wedding or elopement. This
exquisitely renovated lighthouse is located on a private island near Boothbay Harbor and Southport, and is the
ultimate setting for a picturesque Maine lighthouse wedding with 360 degree views of the water.
In May, Beehive Creative Events was fortunate to have been invited to style and design an elopement photoshoot
at the Inn at Cuckolds Lighthouse. With the help and willingness of the Cuckolds Innkeepers and launch captain,
some amazingly talented wedding vendors, our models, two phenomenal wedding gown designers, and the weather in
our favor, we pulled off an unbelievable photoshoot. Definitely, an experience that will always be remembered
with fondness and a lot of laughter.
This photoshoot would not have happened without the following...
Wedding Photography: Russ and Liz of Russell Caron Photography | Aerial Photography: Michael Eric Berube |
Venue: Inn at Cuckolds Lighthouse | Stationery: Gus & Ruby Letterpress | Cake and Sweets: Christopher at The
BakeRios | Cocktail Favors: Royal Rose Maine | Tablescape and Floral Design: Beehive Creative Events | Wedding
Gown*: Beatrice from Kate McDonald Bridal (bejeweled bib) and Marie from Celia Grace (vintage inspired lace) |
Groom: Joseph’s of Portland | Cufflinks: Chart Metalworks | Hair: Kim Doll | Make Up: From This Day Forward |
Officiant: Erika Hewitt *Both wedding gowns convert into short dresses.
These were a few of our favorite images from Russell Caron Photography and Michael Eric Berube. For more
photographs, please visit the Honey our website.
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The blog has been quiet for a few weeks as we’ve been letting go of the holiday season and saying goodbye to a
house full of family. Although it may have been quiet on the blogging front, it’s been busy behind the scenes as
we’ve been working diligently to relaunch our website with a fresh new design and site that is easier to
HELLO... mobile friendly!
We feel the new site is more reflective of our style and has been updated with Beehive Creative Events recent
weddings, designs, and stylings. We are beyond thrilled with the website design and we would like to thank J at
Tide Creative in helping to bring our vision for the site redesign to fruition.
We hope you’ll spare some time to peruse all of our hard work.
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We hosted a holiday cookie decorating party for about 12 toddlers at our home on the 23rd of December. Yes, right before Christmas! Each party-goer received a personalized holiday-themed apron with their name printed on them. It was so much fun watching them interact and decorate their cookies; even the little ones who ate their weight in toppings… Sorry, parents! Very creative, I definitely think there were some future artists amongst this bunch.