Yearly Archives: 2009

Francesca & Giovanni at the Four Seasons

Francesca and Giovanni had an intimate wedding lunch at the Four Seasons on the only day in October that it snowed in Boston. That occurrence made everything that was planned outside move inside, but it was easily outweighed by the warmth and laughter from their family and friends who traveled from all over the world to be there.

So while these things were going on at lunch. . .

. . .the kids’ room was totally rockin’ with a birthday party for one of the little girls from Italy. Unfortunately, she didn’t understand English, but she pretty much understood cupcakes.

And good times were had by all.

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Upstairs On The Square

One warm and inviting Saturday this fall, I had the pleasure of working with my good friend and awesome photographer Ana Maria Cardenas on Cathryn and Kamryn’s wedding at Upstairs On The Square. These two ladies had their wedding at seriously one of the most fun restaurants in the city. If you never been there, imagine it as a restaurant version of Alice In Wonderland. The walls are shockingly green, the ceiling pink, the lights red, the decor fabulously brash. I had an excellent time snagging some fun details of the space, as well as getting some lovely portraits of the women beforehand.

I love how different the grandfather looks in these two photographs.

I loved these colors in contrast to the walls.

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Thea & Tim in Boston Magazine

In catching up with some press of the year, Thea and Tim’s wedding at the Gamble last fall was featured in the weddings issue of Boston Magazine this year. You can see a few pics of Thea and Tim here and here, and in case you missed it on newstands, you can also see the full article from the magazine online here.

 

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Dayna and Paul at the Charles River Museum of Industry

What a cool couple, what a cool wedding. One of the guests commented that it looked like the reception was straight out of Mad Men. I have to admit, I haven’t seen the show, but I couldn’t expect anything less out of the couple who had this engagement session.

Venue: Charles River Museum of Industry

Flowers: Brattle Square Florist

Catering: Catering by Andrew

Band: The Chicken Slacks

Paul is a graphic designer and designed the invitations himself. Nice job! Love the purple. ;)

At the Charles River Museum of Industry, the placecards were punch-in cards on the time clock.

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