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Friday night wedding. Urbane elegance.
E and L met me in the late afternoon to indulge in a pre-ceremony portrait session. The ICA, waterfront and a little avenue of surprisingly clean bricks and loading docks behind A Street lent us a beautiful urban Boston backdrop.
The ground floor of the Artists for Humanity was transformed with a suspended ceiling of paper lanterns hung over the black and white embroidered table cloths. Led by the rabbi, the congregation sang the brides into the ceremony. Under the chuppah at the far end of the space E & L were witnessed by their families and friends as they signed the ketubah and said their vows.
L's dry humor leaves me in equal parts amused and puzzled. Her snark extended into charming asides during the ceremony. After dinner it was a quick horah and onto the dance party.
Many congratulations to you both!
At the ICA
Quiet moment with the city in the background
Just the right amount of wind to add movement to the hair and dresses. Thanks, Universe.
Top floor studio at Artists for Humanity reflected in glass
Watching guests to arrive, with a little heckling
The chuppah as seen from the mezzanine, through this field of paper lanterns.
And L changes into her regular clothes (plus one tuxedo t-shirt) before the last dance.