I’m gearing up for a couple of weeks of intense wedding blogging – I recently photographed two amazing two-day multicultural weddings at the Liberty Hotel in Boston and at Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, MA, as well as an incredibly intimate wedding at City Hall in Cambridge – but I wanted to sneak in some post wedding “trash the dress” couples photos while I’m finishing up the editing for those posts. Fall is a really popular time for taking your wedding dress out for a second spin, and I was delighted when Jessica and Jeff contacted me for a portrait session following their wedding back home in the Midwest.
Jessica and Jeff moved to Boston a few months ago for work, and they quickly fell for their new city. They live in Beacon Hill and wanted some photos that showed off their favorite spots in the neighborhood. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful afternoon for photos – the light was truly incredible. I’ll start with two of my favorite photos from our session:
We started out in the Boston Public Garden with some relaxed sitting and wandering.
I wanted to capture the beauty of the gardens, and the light that day, but without showing the throngs of tourists in the background. Patience was needed …
We headed over to Comm. Ave next, and it was here that I captured some of my very favorite images of the day:
Jessica wanted to show off the beauty of Beacon Hill so we wandered up through the cobblestone streets and found some great spots.
These two are so cute! I love how sweet and giggly they are with each other:
I loved the impromptu piggyback ride!
And one last photo to end the teasers for today. Thank you Jessica + Jeff for a super fun time – I hope you like your teasers!