Rhonda & Mark’s Boston Wedding – Part 1

Rhonda and Mark were married in an early Spring wedding in Boston, followed by a reception at the Park Plaza. The day was simply amazing for several reasons. Rhonda was one of the calmest brides I’ve ever worked with. Both Rhonda and Mark just completely enjoyed the day and were living in the moment. The families and bridal party were so fun to work with, and the reception turned into a complete and total dance party. I was photographing for almost 12 hours, almost double the normal length of time, so I figured that called for a double blog post!

Coordination: Pink Orchid

Rhonda’s Dress: Junko Yoshioka

Makeup: Demiche

Flowers: blueGuava

Lighting: ALPS

Music: Kristin Korpos

Rhonda and the bridesmaids got ready at the W hotel. The lighting in there is a photographer’s dream – so many windows!

Rhonda’s shoes in the middle, surrounded by the bridesmaids animal print shoes.

Stay tuned for Part 2!

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Ashley O'Dell - May 3, 2010 - 6:19 pm

Girl! You rocked this one out, I love it all.

Emilie @ Pink Orchid Weddings - May 4, 2010 - 11:31 am

LOVE the photos!! =) It was so great working with you, and I can’t wait for Part 2!

Channing Johnson - May 4, 2010 - 3:06 pm

These are wonderful, Joyelle. Individually and together as a beautiful narrative. Love it.

Joanna & Michael on Beantown Bride

Joanna & Michael’s wedding at the Peabody Essex Museum was featured on Beantown Bride today! You can see the feature here.

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Liz & Alex in Brighton

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Sandi & Dominic at Castle Hill, Part 2

Onto Sandi & Dom’s ceremony and reception at Castle Hill in Newport. . .

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Ashley O'Dell - April 26, 2010 - 4:50 pm

Love, love, love that last shot. Such a simple image can say so much!

Sandi & Dominic at Castle Hill in Newport RI

My first wedding of the 2010 season and I was totally in love with it. Sandi & Dom came from NY to have their wedding at Castle Hill in Newport, RI. It was a lovely Saturday in early Spring, an intimate group of 40 people, and two people completely meant for each other.

View at Castle Hill, Newport, RI

This actually isn’t a mirror, but it’s a reflective tv. How cool is that?!

Flowers from the fabulous Toni Chandler.

I want those curls!

The guys were patiently waiting outside.

Sandi’s dress was from Morgane Le Fay in NY. So airy and light, just perfect for spring.

I really loved this stairway.

Stay tuned for the ceremony and reception!!

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Channing Johnson - April 20, 2010 - 2:48 pm

These are wonderful, Joyelle!!

Tami Antebi - April 20, 2010 - 4:32 pm

Wow, these are gorgeous, I am truly in awe. I was at the wedding and you really captured the beauty of the day. I know Sandi and Dom will cherish these pictures forever!

Mickey - April 20, 2010 - 8:01 pm

Beautiful pictures!! You really have a great eye. They’re going to have a hard time deciding which get framed on the wall and which get into the album…

solomon ely - April 21, 2010 - 10:38 am

Amazing photos, it was truly a magical day !

Dominic Orologio - April 21, 2010 - 12:23 pm

Wow. Just, wow. I’ll write a much more eloquent note of praise when I stop crying. You captured the best day of my life. Perfectly. I don’t know what to say.

Sandi Harari - April 21, 2010 - 7:01 pm

Ditto what my husband said! I got weepy seeing these for the first time. They truly brought me back to what it felt like in those magical moments leading up to the ceremony. Joyelle- I can’t thank you enough for capturing our day with such a warm, modern, romantic sort of eye. I’m not really “into” the usual wedding photography and your style really spoke to us: the odd angles, and graphic feel-seem to resolve in these “perfect” shots that still feel so unexpected and fresh! thank you so much.

Connie - April 22, 2010 - 2:59 pm

j, love the vertical portrait with the tree. so lovely.

Kim - April 23, 2010 - 12:13 pm

These photos are so beautiful. Totally capture the beauty of the location and of Dom and Sandi’s personalities!