Alexis and Will traveled up from New York a few months ago and we were finally able to meet and spend some time capturing some shots of the two of them around Rockport. We started at Halibut Point State Park which overlooks a nice little quarry and the ocean and then moved along to downtown which has the harbor and cute shops. It wasn’t winter yet but the weather that day felt so much like today – so chilly you could feel it in your bones! I can’t believe it’s already the first day of spring…and in only a couple of months I’ll be seeing these two again for their wedding in Salem! Time flies! Here are some of my favorites from their session.

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Priya and Dave were married in Canada but threw a local reception for their family and friends at the Endicott House in Dedham. To incorporate Priya’s family’s cultural traditions, she and Dave wore multiple Cambodian wedding outfits throughout the afternoon before they changed into western attire for dinner and dancing. It’s always special to photograph couples whose backgrounds are similar to my own, and I love that I was able to document their second celebration for them!

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  1. Sophia Wong said:
    The bride looks stunning in those colors! Just love the different outfit changes and the setting was lovely.
    March 4, 2015  4:55 pm

Sometimes you’re already married and don’t need a reason to take photos other than “just because.” Plus, Alexa and Brandon are moving back west later this year so wouldn’t it be nice to have some photos in Cambridge to remember their time here? We met up on a chilly fall day that felt almost like winter, and got some lovely shots of them around the Harvard Business School campus. Here are some of my favorites from their session…

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Kate and Rob are such a genuinely kind and sweet couple, and they are a great example that love can be worth the wait. Like Kate’s brother-in-law said in his speech to them, it truly was meant to be that no one else snagged either of these amazing individuals up earlier so that they could find each other when the time was right. It was a pleasure shooting their ceremony at St. Paul Church and their reception at the Wellesley College Club!

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Florals: Petal Pushers

Hair: Marika’s Salon

Bride’s makeup: Faye from Beauty and Main

Bride’s dress: Manhattan Bridals

Groom’s suit: Jos A Bank

Catering: Wellesley College Club

Cake: The Icing on the Cake

Carrie & Adam had an intimate wedding at the Boston Public Garden last June. The afternoon started out with a first look on the rooftop of their Back Bay apartment and with some portraits around the esplanade. It was a beautiful, tear-filled ceremony and despite being in the middle of the such a public spot, it really felt like they were the only ones there. They then continued their celebrations at the Skywalk of the Prudential Center. Such a sweet day!

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Florals: Table & Tulip

Hair: Kerry at Special Event Beauty

Bride’s makeup: Krisann Kiley

Bride’s dress: Elegance by Carbonneau/Bride’s shoes: Kate Spade

Groom’s suit: Lord & Taylor

Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal