We are so grateful to have the job we do. Telling love stories through images is already an incredible job, but what is even more incredible are the people who invite us to share in a part of their story. Anne and Bill are just the sort of people whom we are blessed to call our clients. Anne is kind-hearted, beautiful and full of grace. Bill is steadfast, fun-loving and a true gentleman. Together they wanted to celebrate their union with a classy and beautiful day that was full of personal touches and love. It's no surprise that their wedding day turned out to be as lovely and wonderful as they are. Chuck and our good friend Briana were there to capture it all on film, and we couldn't be happier with the result. Bright autumn colors dressing Harvard's stoic campus provided a fantastic backdrop to their portraits while Harvard's Memorial Church gave a solemnly beautiful space for the two to exchange vows. Their guests showered them with love and congratulatory hugs as they all continued the celebration at Watertown's Oakley Country Club. We are so happy for you, Anne and Bill, and we wish you nothing but the best as you begin the great adventure of marriage. Congratulations!
Having been to a good number of weddings this year, we have observed that the events where the couple takes the time to infuse their personalities into the day always leads to the best guest (and couple!) experience. We love it when we leave a wedding and say, "that was an awesome day, and it was so them." That's exactly what happened at Maggie and Louis' Harvard Square Wedding. It was classy yet approachable....playful but collected...formal yet fun. Having had the pleasure of knowing Maggie and Louis first as friends and then as clients, we were able to shoot their day in a way we felt reflected their taste and personalities. They both got ready at the Mary Prentiss Inn (which has a soft spot in our hearts since we did the same for our wedding) and had a first look in the Harvard Law School Yard, just steps away from where Louis' Grad school building is, and of course on Maggie's alma mater grad school turf. After the first look, we made our way over to the Harvard Memorial Church for the signing of the the Ketubah and their ceremony where they had friends read some of their favorite passages in French and English - including reading the text from 'Aladdin's' A Whole New World. Best. Ceremony. Reading. Ever. Since the weather was practically perfect, we enjoyed our time through the Harvard campus and the square capturing some of the first moments the two of them had as husband and wife. The evening was completed with a first class dining experience at Upstairs on the Square which made a vibrant backdrop for a wedding party.