ELOPMENT AT BOSTON CITY HALL
A small wedding. So small it was just the bride and groom. Just the two of them and their love for each other was all they needed. Meeting up with family later in the evening for a fancy dinner to celebrate. We had a great afternoon (perfect weather!) to shoot the quick civil ceremony and then do some portraits featuring the architecture of Boston.
BOSTON CITY HALL WEDDING
Boston City Hall is a building about which people have strong opinions. This couple was into the concrete. And into the geometric interiors. So we spend a few minutes shooting inside City Hall before heading up to the City Clerk’s office.
A CIVIL CEREMONY AT THE CITY CLERK’S
FANEUIL HALL WEDDING PORTRAITS
Of course with Ortiz’s jersey front and center, we had to commemorate the doubly important day.
One of the many reasons I love photographing in and around City Hall and Government Center is the layers of building that speak to the history of the city itself. In most views you can see different architectural styles and waves of development. I’m also digging the new Government Center train station and the baby trees that are now dotting the moat of brick that surrounds the building.
GETTING MARRIED AT BOSTON CITY HALL
There’s a lovely quiet excitement at City Hall weddings. I offer weekday wedding coverage that includes photographing the ceremony and a fun portrait session with our fair city as the backdrop.
Are you interested getting married at Boston City Hall? It’s easy. Go 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 Boston City Hall Wedding packages? Email me now!