Jamie and Brian’s wedding day was absolutely gorgeous – it’s like the weather held out the best just for them! They ended the day with a Blue Hill Country Club wedding reception, following a fantastic afternoon with family and friends.
We started the day at Jamie’s childhood home. I love when brides choose to get ready at their homes. There is something so special about that! The girls were gorgeous in light blue; and were bathed in window light as they helped Jamie with finishing touches on her dress.
Riding on the trolly with my clients isn’t always possible but I love to do it whenever I can. It’s a time when laughter and smiles are abundant. The energy as we get nearer to the church is so palpable!
Their ceremony celebrated a full mass at St. Agatha’s Church in Milton, MA. The location, a home church for the family, has a gorgeous exterior. After mass ended we made sure to capture the unique glass in the back of the church as well as the outside architecture.
After the ceremony and a few portraits outside the church, it was back on the trolly and off to their Blue Hill Country Club wedding reception! The grounds at Blue Hill are gorgeous, and as a bonus the staff and coordinators are all absolutely wonderful! I always look for depth in my images, especially portraits, and the several paths provided so much opportunity for that.
Finally, it was reception time! Guests moved inside the ballroom and enjoyed dancing, toasts, and an incredible meal. Jamie and Brian enjoyed the celebration, taking just a small break to run outside and grab photographs in front of the sunset that capped off their day.
Thank you, Jamie and Brian, for inviting me to be a part of your day! I loved sharing in your Blue Hill Country Club wedding!
Based in southeastern Massachusetts.
Photographing throughout Boston, Worcester, Cape Cod, Providence, Newport RI, Mystic CT, and the white mountains of New Hampshire.
Medfield, MA 02052
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