Happily as Boston’s Best Wedding Photographer I have been chosen to capture and document another incredible couples love story. On a beautiful afternoon I was asked to accompany Jill and Brian on a journey around the remarkable city of Boston, Ma!
We started out our adventure at the Boston Harbor hotel. In addition to being right on the water it is right in the Seaport District, its character and detail highlight Boston’s historic Rowes Wharf.
When you arrive at the Boston Harbor Hotel the first thing that catches your eye is the iconic 60-foot stone archway, offering an introduction to the city like no other. Keep in mind that this is Boston’s only waterfront Five-Star hotel! This historic land mark greats guests who visit by land or sea to Rowes Wharf, built in 1987.
After capturing these amazing photos’ on the water, under the archway, and American Flag, we ventured over to Acorn Street in the stunning Beacon Hill area of Boston.
This historic neighborhood is known for its narrow streets and brick sidewalks. Acorn Street is one of the most photographed streets in the United States.
We had a splendid time exploring the city while we discussed Jill and Brian’s upcoming wedding ceremony. I have been invited to lend my creative and artistic eye to their special day while I practice my wedding photography skills. Part of the reason I enjoy my craft so much is because I am always learning and it never feels like work.
As we made our way through the neighborhood we we headed to Boston Public Garden. As expected the afternoon was unforgettable. It’s hard to express my excitement for their May wedding but I can’t wait! Once again I’ll be right in the middle of a fairy tail unfolding.
The wedding reception is going to be held at The Omni Parker House. A legendary mark in downtown Boston since 1855, Omni Parker House showcases old-world charm and grace coupled with all of the up-to-date amenities of a world-class hotel. Developed in the soul of Boston, it’s right along the Freedom Trail and at the bottom of Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Congratulations Jillian and Brian!
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