You ready for a longer than usual blog post? I hope so because this is a an incredibly magical December wedding!
Lisa and Frank's wedding was a 2 day event that closed out my 2019 season. Little did I know this would be the last wedding I would shoot for months to come due to COVID-19. Their wedding was honestly the best way to end it. It was right before Christmas, it was in the city (and we all know Christmas time in the city is the absolute BEST), they had both a small wedding (which are quickly becoming a new favorite of mine) AND they had a larger wedding the next day at the coolest venue. I loved the urban winter vibes and their guest were the absolute nicest people. Making sure we ate and that we're having a good time. Ahhh I can't say enough!
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We started the day jumping right into the ceremony at their local church. Like I said earlier, small weddings are quickly become my new faveee so this was really special to photograph as it was just them, a few friends and close family members. After they said "I DO" we went back to their house where they had a spread of food out waiting. We took some photos family photos inside then ventured outside in the snow for some photos of them! I am still swooning over the winter feels in these.
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The next day we met back up with Lisa and Frank at the InterContinental in Boston where they got ready and had their ceremony. The views were of the Boston Tea Party and for December, it was a beautiful, beautiful day! After getting ready photos were all said and done, we did a first look outside near the water then took some photos around the area for sunset. They ceremony was just after that inside the hotel in a room that also overlooked the Boston Tea Party. Sweet Talk Floral had a beautiful display that they got married in front of and it all was very classy. Once the ceremony and family photos were over, we all headed to Les Zygomates in Southie where they had their reception. I have never heard of this place but it was perfect! Fit for them and was a great place to party the night away.