WEDDING CEREMONY AT BOSTON CITY HALL
It was an afternoon of quiet excitement at Boston City Hall. I met X and P, and both sets of parents, at the clerk’s office a few minutes before their assigned wedding ceremony time. They met a party at hosted by a mutual friend and found each other so easy to talk to and now here they are taking this big step to joining their lives together.
BOSTON WEDDING PORTRAITS
The sun was rapidly setting, as it does this time of year. We followed the light and walked over to the Boston Common to do some family and couple portraits. They mentioned that they were nervous having their picture taken, but I think they did a great job. The excitement of getting married and the beautiful late fall weather definitely made them more comfortable.
GETTING MARRIED AT CITY HALL IN BOSTON
X and P chose to do their civil ceremony at Boston City Hall the day before their reception. Inviting just their respective parents to join them for the wedding ceremony, their siblings came joined for a dinner later at Oceanaire.
Weekday ceremonies are a great option for small weddings. We offer weekday wedding and intimate wedding coverage which includes covering the ceremony and an extended portrait session after the wedding ceremony. There are both historic and modern places to do portraits right within walking distance of Boston City Hall.
Are you interested about getting married at Boston City Hall? Go down to Boston City Hall at least three days before your wedding with $50 and complete the Marriage Intention Form at the Registrar’s Office. When you can return to City Hall, you can pick up your marriage license and get married!
Interested in learning more about our City Hall Wedding packages? Email me now!
One of my favorites – where city clerk Maureen Feeney did a bit of my job. 🙂
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