I recently had the honor of capturing Rebecca and Josh’s wedding photography on a crisp fall October afternoon at The Red Lion Inn in Cohasset, Ma 30 miles south of Boston, Ma.
All of the bridesmaids were laughing and joking while they were getting their hair and makeup done.
Lots of inside jokes were thrown back and fourth between the groom and the groom’s men. It always takes the edge off, no matter what its only human to be nervous regardless of how in love a couple is!
This venue has a lot of history behind it and you can tell as soon as you walk through the door it is absolutely breathtaking. It used to be used as a stop on the route for the Underground Railroad to shelter slaves that had escaped.
Hundreds of years ago it essentially housed drunken celebrities.
The Red Lion Inn was once a home for explorers in addition to being a vacationing spot for locals. Honestly, if you take the time to thumb through some of the history its really fun and interesting to learn about.
In 1704 a man named Thomas James met his bride to be, Patience Farrow, and they began building their dream home in a small town now known as Cohasset. It is part of that house that still stands today known as the Red Lion Inn.
Over three hundred years later it still exceeds the needs of its guests and provides shelter food and drink for all. In addition to the basic expectations of a beautiful venue the staff is incredible. From start to finish every member of the team went above and beyond to ensure everything went off without any issues.
Congratulations Rebecca and Josh!
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