Wow. Talk about an awesome couple and an awesome ‘big day’. Hannah and Mark had a sweet, nautical themed wedding that started at the Winchester Unitarian Society, where they tied the knot - literally - and promised their love to one another. After a few I do’s we headed to Piers Park in East Boston for some FABULOUS portraits on one of the nicest Saturdays of the year. Now, their reception was held at an old Firehouse in Chelsea turned intimate restaurant. While the configuration of the restaurant gave me a good old fashioned challenge on lighting, the place is SO COOL and made for an awesome setting for a wedding party! So, congrats Hannah and Mark, and may your life together be as much fun as your big day was!!
I had the pleasure of starting my 2019 wedding season with Jillian and Sean at the Bedford Village Inn. I had been to a wedding as a guest a few years prior, so needless to say I was excited to shoot a wedding at this quaint little venue.
Jillian and Sean’s big day started with sunny skies and mild temperatures- not bad for a mid March wedding! I quickly realized how loved they both were by their friends, and by the time the ceremony ended, it was obvious the wedding day was going to be one to remember. Quite a few laughs (and beers!) later, and I was walking to my car with a sore jaw from smiling so hard all night. Congrats guys, may your new lives together be as memorable as your big day!
David and Marissa’s wedding day was what you would picture when dreaming about the ‘perfect’ summer afternoon wedding. Right on the ocean, the Eolia Mansion at Harkness State Park provides one of the most tranquil venue views you can ask for. With their ceremony right by the waters edge, surrounded by friends and family, I don’t think I’ve witnessed a more peaceful wedding. Sharing David and Marissa’s wedding day with them was everything I love about wedding photography.