Shenna Bellows and Brandon Baldwin were married Sept. 21, at their home in Manchester in Kennebec County in the company of their parents, grandparents and siblings.
The bride is the daughter of Janice Colson of Hancock and Dexter Bellows of Hancock. The bridegroom is the son of Carole Baldwin of Skowhegan and Ralph Baldwin of Portland.
The bride’s sister, Charlotte Jordan of Waltham, was matron of honor. The bride’s nieces, Jocelyn and Olivia of Waltham, were the junior bridesmaid and flower girl. Dexter’s wife, Bethany Reynolds of Hancock, photographed the wedding.
The groom’s brother, Damon Baldwin of Canaan, was the best man. The bride’s brother, Dana Bellows of Seattle, gave the toast. The groom’s father and the bride’s grandfather, Bill Bellows of Topsham, read poetry at the service.
A reception was held at Slate’s in Hallowell, the location of Shenna and Brandon’s first date.
Shenna graduated from Hancock Grammar School in 1989, Ellsworth High School in 1993 and Middlebury College in 1997. She was employed at the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine in Portland and will be running for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate.
Brandon Baldwin graduated from Skowhegan High School in 1994 and Middlebury College in 1998. He is employed at the Maine Office of the Attorney General as the coordinator of the statewide Civil Rights Team Project.