Ann and Peter hosted a multi-day celebration (a growing trend) in September, which allowed for an intimate ceremony at the Arnold Arboretum, a Chinese tea ceremony at Hei La Moon, and a reception at the deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, all without feeling rushed or overwhelmed. And from a photography perspective, there couldn’t have been a more enjoyable way to document these events for Ann and Peter.
If you love tennis, and there just so happens to be a tennis court on the property you’re getting married, you better believe we’re taking portraits on it! Everything about Taylor and Zach’s wedding was a blast, held at her family home on Cape Cod. They had a stunning location to work with obviously, but everyone really brought their A-Game to the party, essential for any good shindig. Thanks so much for including me guys, enjoy!
Ceremony + Reception: Private Residence Cape Cod
Dress: Reem Acra
Flowers: The Tangled Web
Groom's Attire: Bonobos
Hair + Makeup: Artworx
Catering: Jacqueline's Catering
Coordination: The Perfect Plan
I first met Jackie a few years ago while photographing a corporate event with Boutique Design (the fabulous event stylists and floral designers seen here.) Within six months she was engaged, and planning a rustic, yet modern wedding (a favorite style of mine) at Harrington Farm in Central Massachusetts.
It’s always an honor to photograph someone I already have a relationship with, so thank you guys again, and have an absolute blast in Hawaii!
Two words, singing waiters! An amazingly fun surprise from Michelle’s mom to the couple debuted during dinner. One minute these two men were strolling around the property, the next they were belting opera, it was awesome! This was also my first time at Sharksmouth Estate, which is absolutely stunning, and although they took a risk untenting dinner, the rain held off until dark, and made for a stunning open air reception under a canopy of trees.
Maggie and Shunda are two of the kindest people I have had the good fortune of working with. And as a couple, they do incredible work serving others all around the world. So after getting to know the two of them in detail, and chatting about their wedding, I knew we had to work together.
Maggie and Shunda hosted a Quaker ceremony for their family and friends, a true celebration of community. Guests are welcome, if not encouraged, to participate in the ceremony, by sharing thoughts and feelings with the group. This is then followed by a few moments of quiet reflection, which made for one of the most honest ceremonies I have witnessed.