Bowdoin Chapel Wedding // Ken + Jen

When you meet Ken + Jen, you can’t help but feel right at home. They have such wonderfully warm personalities, and you can tell they truly care about how they make those around them feel. These two have prioritized the blending of their families over the past several years, and it totally shows. They chose to have a Bowdoin Chapel wedding because they love Brunswick and the community. Jen’s daughter Ally grew up playing on the Bowdoin campus, so it was extra special to celebrate their marriage there!

Jen + Ken have different backgrounds, but they find their common ground. They make each other laugh, and they help each other be the best versions of themselves. What more could you ask for?! I absolutely adored being able to photograph their wedding at the Bowdoin Chapel! Check out some of my faves from their day 🙂

Linda is a Portland-based photographer specializing in weddings and creating family legacies from Portland to Boston and across New England. You can see more of her work online at, on Instagram, or on Facebook. If you want to reach out directly:

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You can usually find me adding books to my never-ending “to read” list; challenging myself to do things like not shop for a year; sneaking crispy m+ms from my secret hiding spot so I don’t have to share them with my daughter; and melting over seeing my children smiling at each other.

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