Lindsay and Jay wed on a spectacular spring day at The Barn at Gibbet Hill. One of the wonderful things about Gibbet Hill is that it is such a versatile venue. Though I have photographed there many times, each celebration has been unique to each couple, and I always know I am in for a photography treat! This was certainly no exception! There wedding ceremony took place at the First Parish Church, the first established meeting house in Groton.
You may remember this fun-loving couple from their RSP Engagement Adventure around Boston a while back. (To see their engagement blog post, head here, and if you’d like to see their full engagement gallery, follow me.)
I had a great time witnessing, capturing, and celebrating with these two at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf, while also honoring our country’s military men and women including both Jillian + Rob. They actually met down in Texas while training for Afghanistan! After knowing these two for nearly two years, it felt like I was photographing the wedding of two true friends. I know, I know – it sounds cheesy. But I’ll be honest: it’s a pretty great feeling. My heart gives it two thumbs up.
In lieu of a traditional wedding favor, these two made a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization dedicated to helping injured soldiers lead better lives. It was pretty amazing to look around and see so many of their guests in uniform. It’s needless to say, but I truly am grateful to Jillian + Rob along with all the brave military men and women for all they do and sacrifice for this country. I felt honored to be invited and entrusted to capture such an enjoyable, emotional and heartfelt day.
J + R – I know I can’t fully express in a blog post my genuine gratitude, appreciation, and thanks, but please know there is so much for you both.
Enjoy a peek of one of my favorite portraits of the day next to this funny horse-lamp. I mean… how could I resist?! They just radiate happiness – can you feel it?
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Katherine and Saurabh welcomed the beginning of summer in style – with a union to one another among loved ones! These two already enjoyed a traditional Indian wedding in India, so this was their US counterpart. Because of this, many of their guests traveled a great distance to witness and share in the joyous occasion.
They now reside in New York City, but decided to plan their stateside wedding in this great city of Boston. A blend of traditional and non-traditional elements could be found throughout their elegant and sophisticated celebration at The Colonnade Hotel.
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Here is one of my favorite portraits from their gorgeous day. Seriously, what a photogenic couple!!
I am so excited for the wedding celebration of Lauren + Matt this upcoming November at Christopher Columbus Park and the Harpoon Brewery!! But before we get to all their wedding festivities, I want to share some of my favorite images from their Engagement Adventure that took place on a beautiful sunny spring afternoon after meeting up over a few cold ones at The Warren Tavern.
Lauren + Matt live with their darling adopted pup, Roxie, in Charlestown. I had fallen in love with Roxie when we chatted via Skype, and I dubbed her the Forever Pup. Although she is actually full grown, it was no surprise that nearly everyone we passed would exclaim, “aww look at the puppy!”
November can’t come fast enough!!
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