After the recessional, everyone hopped on a trolley for a scenic ride through Acadia National Park. "It was a way to show our guests one of the most beautiful spots in the country," he says. Their destination: the Asticou Inn, a wood-shingled grande dame of a hotel nestled between the forest and the sea at the southern end of the park. There, guests found tents bursting with local trees, moss, and ferns. "We wanted it to feel like an enchanted forest," says Josh. White birch trees hung with twinkling lights were strategically positioned to hide the reception tent's poles.