When it came time to plan their wedding, COVID got in the way a bit. But instead of postponing or planning a big wedding, they had an outdoor backyard ceremony at an Airbnb in Cape Cod where health and safety was a top priority! Their family made posters with their friends and family’s faces on them so everyone was there in spirit. After the ceremony, they had a first dance on the deck, cut an adorable mini cake, and took sunset portraits down at the pond. It was absolutely perfect!
In my opinion, Hartford City Hall is one of the most beautiful city halls in America! There are grand marble staircases, columns, and very royal architecture. Brianna and Brandon had a first look at the Hartford Capital before making their way to City Hall for their short and sweet ceremony. Their immediate family was present (and dressed up very winter chic) to throw flower petals at the couple as they made their way down the stairs of City Hall as an officially married couple!
After COVID-19 forced them to cancel their big wedding, these two decided to elope in the Boston Public Garden! Simple, elegant, and romantic. It was perfect!
Covid-19 wasn’t going to stop Katie + Michael from having a beautiful wedding day! From handmade bride and groom face masks, to a socially distanced wedding ceremony, this small and intimate wedding was so dreamy! The colorful murals at Somernova matched the couple’s playful and fun personalities – making for the cutest bride and groom portrait candids!
Karolina & Kris got married at Boston City Hall with the biggest smiles on their faces. They visited the peak-fall Boston Public Garden for classic willow tree shots before ending in Seaport for those sweeping, oceanside skyline views.
They wanted a low-key wedding day, just the two of them, so they opted for Cambridge City Hall! Post ceremony, we strolled down MassAve in Cambridge and ended at the MIT Sailing Pavilion. Nothing beats that just married feeling and sweeping skyline views of Boston!