I recently had the honor of capturing Claire and Henry’s wedding photo’s on a beautiful September day.
We started the day off capturing a few stunning photographs of Claire and her bridal party getting ready.
Then it was on to Henry and his groomsmen, everyone was in such high spirits.
The couple decided to do a first look featured below and the atmosphere was perfect.
The ceremony was held at The Fruitland’s Museum in Harvard, Ma about an hour west of Boston, Ma.
Clara Endicott Sears established Fruitland’s Museum, in 1914, its name actually came from a new idealistic community led by Bronson Alcott and Charles Lane back in 1843.
The grounds are made up of The Fruitland’s Farmhouse, which is where Claire, Henry, and their family and wedding party got ready for the picturesque ceremony.
There is also The Shaker Museum, which unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to explore. Along with The Native American Museum, The Art Museum, and The Wayside Visitor Center.
It was beautiful and gave me so many opportunities for amazing pictures.
All of the staff were extremely attentive and made sure my assistant and I had everything we needed throughout the day.
There was so much love and laughter throughout the day. It was my pleasure to be a part of this joyous occasion.
Congratulations Claire and Henry
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