Sage and Tim met me on a sunny and abnormally warm morning in November for their engagement photos. This was after rescheduling because of our first attempt being rained out from residual rain from hurricane Matthew. I think it was totally worth the wait! We had a great time exploring the Fenway Victory Gardens, which are right in the neighborhood that Sage and Tim lived in for a few years and is the setting of a lot of their love story to date. They showed me some of their favorite spots and they snuggled up tight for the morning. Aren't they the cutest?!
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It was wonderful getting to photograph the adorable Sarah and Glenn during their wedding at the Lace Factory, one my all-time facorite CT venues. And to top it off they had the ceremony at the Essex Steam Train yard and rode the train to the receptionwith their guests! It was a gorgeous fall day perfect for a train ride and the gorgeous leaves made for a beautiful backdrop for the happy couple too. Sarah and Glenn are really sweet together and naturally sought each other's eyes throughout the day.
They also planned a really special and intimate wedding with their siblings as their bridal party and their first look at Sarah's parents' home. They were gifted a bagpiper who played at their ceremony and both Sarah and Glenn's dads made lovely toasts that showed how much love they and friendship they have for each other. Congratulations Sarah & Glenn! xoxo
second photographer val mccormick / venue the lace factory / ceremony & transportation Essex Steam Train / bridal shop camilla's bridal / bridal gown wtoo / caterer cloud nine catering / hair & makeup makeup by dilieto / florist ashleigh's garden / dj powerstation events / invitation suite paperless post / bridesmaid dresses jenny yoo / bagpiper pat whelan
Alexandra and John had an intimate wedding at a teeny tiny chapel that was straight out of a fairy tale. And then they celebrated with a British Royals inspired theme in honor of Alexandra's parents. Alexandra's Dad passed away in 2009 and her mom was too frail to attend the wedding, so instead, Alexandra and John found numerous thoughtful, sweet, and touching ways to keep her parents close throughout the day. She explains some of the ways they honored her parents here: "For example, both of my parents were massive anglophiles (I was named for "Queen Alexandra") so we're using royal wedding portraits for table numbers and I'm wearing a stick pin with Queen Alexandra's monogram (my something old, something blue) that would've been given by Queen Alexandra to a guest at court. The crackers (gold favors) at the tables are traditionally for Christmas, but we thought they'd be great ice breakers and get everyone feeling silly and festive and we've enjoyed them at family Christmases and I introduced them to John's family last Christmas."
These two are so sweet together and had such a lovely wedding surrounded by close friends and family. Congratulations Alix & John! xo
2nd photographer: megan dupuis / venue: 1858 townhouse / ceremony: the chapel at saint elizabeth's episcopal church /florist: concord flower shop / cake artist: concord teacakes / hair stylist & makeup artist: jenn duff of demiche beaute / dress boutique: giggi's bridal / dj: a touch of class djs / catering: roche bros / favors: olde english cracker company / dress designer: justin alexander / invitation & paper: finestationery.com