It’s true, I am a sucker for reflections. Often they seem to capture the mystery, magic, and soft romanticism of a wedding day that passes quickly, with moments that seem like a remembered dream.
San Pellegrino made for a classy welcome to an outdoor ceremony.
I love being introduced to new spaces, and I love the many hidden (gorgeous) places that New England offers. This variety is a fun side benefit to traveling for weddings throughout the region. This is the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Of Boston….steps away from Gucci and across the street from Cartier on Newbury, haha.
A black tie event aways looks timeless and classy. To me, this image could have been captured in any era…singing along to the rat pack, sweet caroline, or journey.
Many times, it is a simple image of getting ready with your best friend that will remind you of your wedding day morning.
A fun little vignette of the Bride and Groom standing "backstage" awaiting their walk and introduction into the reception.
Toast /tōst/ : noun 1. a call to a gathering of people to raise their glasses and drink together in honor of a person or thing, or an instance of drinking in this way.
verb 2. drink to the health or in honor of (someone or something) by raising one's glass together with others.
Hugs for the win. Wedding days are filled with such emotion, and I love capturing how each guest shows their support of a couple and enjoys the day.
As an adult...no one ever asks what your favorite dinosaur is :(
I tend to integrate a number of environmental images into every wedding day. I believe images such as these not only document the physical location of the event, but in years to come, hopefully stir memories of smells (ocean salt) and sounds (wind, gulls)...which can transport you back to the wedding day.
"There is a magic made by melody:
A spell of rest, and quiet breath, and cool
Heart, that sinks through fading colors deep
To the subaqueous stillness of the sea,
And floats forever in a moon-green pool,
Held in the arms of rhythm and of sleep."
~ Elizabeth Bishop