I was just digging into my records to find wedding band referrals for a bride and figured I would share them with you. The best band ever, that I remember working with is the Chicken Slacks. They totally smashed it! I would also check out Flipside, they were a very close second.
I just migrated my old blog and had to re-post this. This is actually from before the new year.
Another one bites the dust…. goodbye 2012. The end of the year is always a good time for reflection, and to look back. Here’s a look at my favorite wedding photos from 2012.
A simple, stark, silhouette in the city seems so special. Say that 12 times really fast : )
I love Photographing The Proposal. It’s always a moving experience. I imagine the couple’s future together, their kids, their stories, their memories of this day that will forever be visualized by this photo. I’m so honored to be a part of something like this.
This was a special photo that I worked on with the bride and groom. They wanted something different and unique for their engagement session, something fun and loose. The bride and I went back and forth and settled on this idea: The bachelorette party meets the bachelor party at a bar… chaos ensues! Thanks go out to the folks at The Field in Central Sq.
Another special shot that I thought up for the couple. I wanted to create a dreamy romantic fantasy that looked really cool. I spent hours picking off all of those flowers petals! Thanks to Blue Guava florist that came through last minute with all the flowers.
This idea was inspired by the bride’s Pinterest board. Thanks Pinterest!
This photos was satisfying because of the contrast and the dark tone. It’s refreshing to switch it up sometimes, especially in the wedding world when everything is all white, all the time (not that I have a problem with all white, as you’ll see in Number 5). This photo was inspired by The Artist movie.
I Do love this shot! This was a hilariously funny moment… and set of photos. I set up a mock-up of that old game show The Newlywed Game. I asked the couple all sorts of silly questions and used words like “whoopy”!
My homage to Kasimir Malevich’s White on White, with a wedding spin on it. (what can I say, I was an art major!)
Super warm couple! They were truly like this all day, happy, smiling, joyous… and in love!
She was a little shorter than he was, if you can’t tell, so I thought it would be cute to play that up… voi’la.
The late day sunlight was at a perfect angle and the tree was so bright and boisterous.
I’m so proud of my state (of Massachusetts that is, my insomnia… not so happy with that). This couple flew in to Boston from Texas to get married. I feel like this photo says a lot; the happiness, the love and joy, the triumph, the journey. I love it.
Talent and personality reign king! A few months ago I met the ladies at Elegant Aura Wedding Planning and Bridal Fitness. It’s been so great to get to know them that I wanted to share what might be a great opportunity for my brides and grooms. In addition to being very talented, Alison and Elizabeth are such honest, genuine folks. They are the kind of people that others want to be around… and work with. If you’ve been thinking about hiring a wedding planner or a personal trainer, check them out here. I love before-and-after photos!
I love my clients!…. and choosing a wedding photographer is apparently a lot like dating, and falling in love – it’s all about chemistry! This couple was especially great; down-to-earth, genuine, good hearted and totally in love. I’ve been fortunate in that almost all of my clients and myself have been well suited to work together. I think that comes through best in the candid photos. Congrats to the newlyweds!
The candles, the stars and the city lights all twinkled on this clear November night in Boston. These two high-school sweet hearts started the day at The Ames Hotel and tied the knot at the majestic State Room in Fanueil Hall this past weekend. Locals and tourists alike may recognize the Boston theme in Make Way for Ducklings card holders, Mike’s Pastry’s desserts and of course The Old State House (built in 1713, it is the oldest surviving public building in Boston). This couple has a special place in my heart. The first photograph I took of them was when the groom was actually proposing to her. It was a really exiting and emotional event for me to witness. Various photo sessions later, we find ourselves at the wedding, where the emotional height of the proposal comes full circle.
Cake: I Dream of Jeanne Cake, Flowers: Michele Bernard, Dress: Priscilla of Boston, Favors: Mike’s Pastry, Band: Flipside, Ceremony Music: Intermezzo Players, Videographer: Rebecca Curtis, Officiant: Dan Griffiths, Tuxes: Richard Lewis Tuxedo, Hair and Make-up by Kashmir and Laurie from Viselli Santoro