You may remember this lovely couple from their Boston wedding at the State Room this summer. Well, here’s the first part of their engagement session, when they wanted to do photos outside their home with their cute little pup who totally stole the show. (To see the second part of their engagement photos, click here.)

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Linzee and Eric’s wedding at the Harvard Club in Boston was an incredible way to end my season. First off, can Linzee look any happier? I don’t think so. Second, the elegance and grace of the Harvard Club was juxtaposed by Linzee’s idea of incorporating a forest feel into their wedding. Linzee and Eric met ages ago while in Vermont for school, so they wanted to channel a feeling of Vermont at their wedding. Bow Street Flowers did an amazing job, using moss, berries, and pinecones, as well as ferns and forest orchids native to Vermont. Finally, hundreds of tealights everywhere lit the room, and the end result was very dim and warm lighting that made the space feel intimate and romantic on this fall night.

Dress: Carolina Herrera

Florist: Bow Street Flowers

Music: Driftwood Duet

Uplighting: Alps


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  • January 21, 2012 - 2:40 am

    Amber Pierce - What a polished, beautiful collection of images of this event! Nice work, Joyelle!

  • January 24, 2012 - 4:51 pm

    Joyelle - Thanks, Amber!!

Susan and Tim’s wedding at Turner Hill, in Ipswich, was on that crazy October day when it snowed in New England. Luckily they had planned everything in front of the warm fire, so not much was affected, and we even got to run out into the snow at the end of the night. Another thing that I loved about their wedding was that except for Susan’s sister, who was her maid-of-honor, everyone else in Susan and Tim’s wedding party was under the age of 6.

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  • November 18, 2011 - 12:47 pm

    Kristy - Georgeous pics- ecxellent use of the venue’s lighting. Susan and Tim look so happy. Love.

  • November 18, 2011 - 2:06 pm

    Joyelle - Thanks, Kristy!

  • September 17, 2014 - 12:52 am

    Cristine Trayner - My husband and I were married here and love this venue! Gorgeous photos!

Alan’s friends and family are spread across the country, so when Jennifer and Alan were looking at venues for their wedding, they really wanted something with a quintessential New England feel. The Red Lion Inn in Cohasset fit the bill perfectly, with its rustic charm, cozy barn, and the beach so close by as well. We drove to the beach for the photos of the two of them, and we completely lucked out by having the most amazing sky ever, and clouds so thick you could scoop them up like ice cream.

The lovely floral arrangements were created by LeReve Floral Design.

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Kerri and Rich are from New York, and Rich just moved up here recently, so they wanted their engagement session to be something completely true to their new town, something that said “classic Boston.” So naturally they decided on the Public Garden, Beacon Hill, and the Charles River. Originally we were going to photograph a lot of foliage as well, but this is turning out to be one of those years when the leaves turn late. Luckily we found the only two trees on the Public Garden that looked like fall. We also timed the session just right, and can I just say that I always want to shoot at twilight now.


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  • September 5, 2012 - 4:34 pm

    Patricia Wein - Beautiful Engagement photos and now beautiful Wedding Photos… Such great photography! Talent, talent, talent!

  • September 6, 2012 - 3:05 am

    Sandra Larkin - Fabulous pics! Thanks for sharing.

  • September 6, 2012 - 2:11 pm

    Judy Hammond - Great pictures!

  • September 6, 2012 - 3:22 pm

    Olivia Pagano - Such a lovely couple:D