Wedding & Engagement Photography Boston, MA
Tying the knot is one of the major milestones in a couple’s life and I am honored to be capturing these beautiful experiences in the historic city of Boston. Including the initial stages of trying on the veil and adjusting the gown to the gorgeous reception, I hope to capture every exhilarating moment that makes your day truly special.
As the bride and groom prepare to walk down the aisle and exchange their “I dos,” this is the perfect opportunity to take some candid photos. From spritzing on their favorite fragrance to touching up wisps of hair, it’s the little details that make a huge impact.
Wedding First Look & Formals
There’s nothing sweeter than witnessing the groom first glimpse of his bride to be. From gazing stares to heartfelt tears, you can truly see the love in each other’s eyes. Whether rain or snow, the bride and groom still look absolutely lovely.
As a Boston wedding photographer, I absolutely adore taking photos of those heartfelt first looks.
Wedding Ceremony Images
Boston summer weddings are filled with vibrant flowers and greenery while autumn ceremonies have a majestic feel as bright-colored leaves rustle in the background. From churches and gardens to beaches and barns, there are plenty of wedding venues in Boston. Whichever season or location you choose to have your Boston wedding in, I can take photos to capture each and every memorable experience.
The reception is always the liveliest part of the wedding, as guests have the chance to mingle and share some quality time with the newlyweds. We can all agree that Boston wedding receptions always end up with a lot of dancing, new friendships and stuffed bellies. Every wedding reception in Boston that I photograph truly offers its own unique story.
From outstretched arms, reaching up for a kiss, to playing in the leaves, each engagement session is completely intimate and unique to every couple. I’ve taken some photos of lovely couples celebrating their engagement in Boston. Some couples coordinated outfits and stood by the water while others chose to stand along the historical Boston cobblestone lined streets.