The weekend after Valentine's Day in February 2017, Davis proposed to Jessica on the cobblestone street adjacent to North. Their beautiful wedding took place on April 28, 2018. The vibe of the event was a great one, with a venue filled with loved ones, delicious food, lots of music, and so much fun.
Chris proposed while the couple was traveling. "He proposed at the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland," Julie said. "It was our second day there, so we got to spend the next week traveling all over the country celebrating. It was incredible!"
Charlotte and Ryan have a true Boston love story, beginning at a rooftop party downtown and continuing in Harvard Square; even with many individual travels to other cities and countries, this couple always returned to each other in this city. It was only fitting, then, that we explored the beautiful streets of the North End, breezy Boston Harbor, and Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park for their engagement photos!
Kellie and Blake met online more than six years ago. This was a time before dating apps, so they told people they first met in a Boston bar. Technically, this is true! Their first date was in Davis Square in Somerville, where they met for a drink at the Foundry. Things were going so well there that they moved over to Painted Burro for lots of margaritas. To this day, Kellie says that the Painted Burro is their favorite restaurant, and they return there frequently. Both the Mexican food and their relationship has withstood this test of time!
My first trip to Martha’s Vineyard, I met up with Farah and George for their engagement session and then wedding. The moment I got off the ferry, I felt amazing: relaxed and thoroughly excited by the smell of the ocean. For this engagement session, we visited Edgartown Lighthouse, utilizing the natural beauty and the man made structures to help capture this beautiful relationship.
Monica and Joseph have known each other since Joe's parents moved in four houses down from Monica's when she was about four years old. They grew up riding the bus together, playing capture the flag, and spending most of their lives as friends. For a long time, Monica thought that she liked Joe. But they didn't actually start dating until after attending a Tom Petty concert in high school.
There is such a simple beginning to the story of Morgan and Mackenson (Mack, for short): During their sophomore years at Mount Ida College, they met in an elevator on the way to their MicroEconomics class. Morgan started a conversation with Mack because "I thought he was so handsome!" As that semester progressed, they moved from sitting next to each other in class to fast friends that spent time together doing homework and class projects.
The story of a wedding day begins differently for every couple. It might be a logical next step after many conversations, or it might be a complete surprise for one half of the couple. It might be a public production of a proposal, or a private, two-person affair. It might be a combination of all of those! But the first step to sharing your special day with your loved ones always begins the same way: wedding invitations.
6. Enjoy the process! If your dog doesn’t want to sit still for a portrait shot, I will make sure to capture plenty of fun, natural shots. This is a day to capture moments of your relationship with your significant other, and of your shared relationship with your loyal pet. It should be a fun and enjoyable day, regardless of any puppy energy or behavior. I’ll still capture the perfect shots!
This beautiful couple emulates gratitude and joy in every aspect of their relationship. And to think, it all started with a comment on social media! As Michael puts it, “One message. One moment. One marriage!” I can’t wait to see them again at their fall wedding!
I first met Gia and Drew at Starbucks in Waltham, MA. We gathered for coffee and talk of wedding planning. I immediately felt a connection with this couple due to their kindness and their wholehearted pursuit of happiness. Later that same day, if I remember correctly, Gia asked me to photograph their wedding.
This couple’s first date was at a Red Sox game. When Marco described Molly to his friend afterwards, his friend immediately knew Marco had found someone special. Molly was athletic, loved yoga, and had a true passion for craft beer. As their relationship flourished, Marco, Molly, and the same friend moved in together as roommates. While describing this time in a toast, the couple’s friend and self-proclaimed third wheel had these kind and humorous words to say about Molly and Marco’s relationship: “A child could be crying and an ice cream cone can brighten their day.
This stunning location received a 2017 Forbes Travel Guide Star Award, and is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., a prestigious group of only 289 hotels and resorts worldwide. These awards describe a place that “promises comfort without conformity".
Walter’s proposal took place on the same day that he planned a surprise birthday party for Lora. He popped the question shortly before they left for the party, planning on celebrating both her birthday and their engagement with all of the family and friends he had gathered without Lora knowing. His proposal involved Eva serving as a sort of ring bearer. The whole production relied upon Eva coming when she was called… So, of course, nothing went as planned, but Lora said yes anyways!
I first met Liz and Peter on December 28, 2015, at Kaffmandu Coffee Shop in Danvers, MA. My sister was visiting from Ukraine, so she joined Liz, Peter, and I for coffee, conversation, and wedding photos. Both my sister and I immediately knew I just had to shoot their wedding because we all immediately experienced a wonderful connection.
How much does Boston mean to this couple? Charlotte and Ryan’s relationship originates in this city, grew strong in this city, and was finally confirmed here, in front of their family and loved ones. Even their wedding cake featured silhouettes of the Boston skyline! So it was truly my pleasure to have the opportunity to capture both their engagement and wedding celebrations.
On the first of October, I had the pleasure of capturing a wedding celebration for Hoang and Anh. This couple met while in college in 2008. They did not attend the same university, but instead crossed paths while volunteering for Tet in Boston, a celebration of the Lunar New Year.