Two families came up to Boston to celebrate their daughters marriage. I met them all at the Courtyard in Copley Square and we used Commonwealth Avenue to promenade down to the Japanese Lantern at the Public Garden for the ceremony.
The officiant, Dan Castro, delivered a beautiful and personalized service before the vows and rings were exchanged. After a swift round of family formals we sent the family away so the ladies and I could wander through the garden and the South End to makes some portraits in our beautiful city. Thanks to M. J. O’Connor’s for letting S. jump behind the bar to pour her new wife a beer. The brides treated their family to dinner at the Beehive, which is where I took my leave.
I love the faces E. makes. One after the other – just look at them! S. is an architect – and wanted some pictures incorporating architectural elements – one of my favorite things to do. It was a gorgeous and fun afternoon, filled with laughing and tears of joy.