As this is the last installment for this wedding post series, I just wanted to highlight the importance of perspective and detail. I always aim to depict moments from different points of view, angles and perspective. When shooting, I keep in mind to capture what the couple experienced, planned, observed, or did not even notice. We all know that wedding days are the busiest events at its most simple form. Some couples plan years in advance, others only months; either way I’m comfortable enough to know that I will capture details you’ve orchestrated and even memorable times you might have missed. From the A-line gown of the bride to the ascot of a tie (hey, that rhymes!) we will make sure that years from now, when you look back at the moments stilled in time, you feel the same way you felt on your special day… almost like how Bostonians feel when we look back at the 2003-2004 World Series Championship Game win against you know who!:)
Archive for September, 2009
It’s always great to see camaraderie and sportsmanship among players of rival teams. But the joy expressed throughout the day with this loving couple, put the bias of teams aside to instead be joined as one. The elegant wedding was not only accented with angelic floral pieces by Roxanne of Living Accents, but also with the hand crafted architecture of Our Lady of Victories Church located in Downtown, Boston. From the smiles of the bridesmaids to that magical kiss to the infinite staircase symbolizing their never ending commitment to love each other, this day wasn’t just the beginning and end of an anticipated event, but more so the start of a growing, loving marriage… you can see it in his eyes and hear it in her laughs.
Here is the first of a 3 part wedding post. You may remember the engagement session from this couple, which is where the Red Sox-Yankees wedding theme began. They had an amazing wedding at The Fairmont Copley Plaza. Despite the rain that day, we were able to get some amazing photos. We had planned several cool outdoor shots that day but had to recalculate due to the rain. It all turned out great. A big part of what wedding photographers have to do it think quickly on their feet. I actually enjoy working on-the-fly like that, it’s exciting. You might be wondering what the second image is. Although it may look something like a flower, it’s actually an upward angle of the wedding dress petticoat. I fell in love with this photo the moment I took it. It was love at first click. Hope you like the photos and check back tomorrow for more!
Here is the second installment of the
Tangerine and Chocolate colored wedding. Again, the people at the Colonial Hotel in Gardner, MA were great to work with. The location was beautiful, indoors and outdoors. If you’re planning a wedding in the central MA area, I would check them out : )
Here are a few favorites from our most recent wedding. Looking for a new color scheme, check out this tangerine and chocolate themed wedding. You’ll probably notice that the bride chose all different style dresses and shoes for the wedding. The ceremony was hosted at the Colonial Hotel,
as well as the reception which was held under a tent. The staff at the Colonial Hotel located in Gardner, MA did such a great job. It started raining minutes before the ceremony and luckily, they were prepared. There was an indoor location ready and waiting for us which was bright and beautiful. Check back in for more photos from this wedding
As some of you may know, we are giving away 2 tickets to this weekends PGA tournament. The random winner was selected! We are happy to announce that Rachel K. is the winner! Please contact us so we can get the tickets to you. Edson@DiasPhoto.com or 617.930.4632. Thanks for entering everyone : )