Amira and Edis were married at the fabulous Indian Ridge Country Club. Here are some of my favorite images from their wedding day including the belly dancer Amira’s bridesmaids hired as a surprise!
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Jeff and Marion must have paid a pretty penny to someone to have their Glen Magna Farm Wedding under such perfect conditions. I overheard multiple people say how perfect of a day it was. Guests and vendors alike were throwing around phrases like “best October in the last 50 years” – and I bet they were right. The weather was gorgeous, the grounds were perfect and the skys were that soft overcast that all wedding photographers dream about. These two really deserved a perfect day after all the hard-work they put into their wedding. Every little detail was managed to perfection as hopefully these images reflect.
There’s always this awkward moment in the wedding photography business when you first walk in the door to a potential clients house where you have that half second fear of what kind of people you are about to meet. Are they friendly? How’s the conversation going to go? With Pan-Pan and Mauricio that feeling was instantly gone. They are two of the nicest most sincere people you will ever meet. I knew we were going to hit off immediately when Pan-Pan said she LOVES cat’s and told me that they contacted me because I mentioned Starcraft on my profile. Anyone that knows probably realizes at this point that this was a match made in heaven. Possibly my two favorite things in the world (that aren’t edible). They both made me feel instantly at home. As I later found out, these two are known for hosting Mauricio’s famous BBQs so they’ve had plenty of practice! I only met them that first day and they secured their booking within 15 minutes of meeting. I’d say we hit it off.
Their wedding was at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. On to the images…
I worked Caitlyn and Bryan’s St. Ignatius of Loyola wedding for Molly back in August. Needless to say I’m a little behind on blogging. The funny part about weddings and meeting someone new is there is always the general exchange of pleasantries and water cooler talk. With Caitlyn and Bryan it turns out that water cooler talk put’s them about 3 rows in front of our group at BC football games. I ran into them a few weeks later and hardly recognized them among the sea of yellow shirts.
A sneak peak from Pan-Pan and Mauricio’s Wedding at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA.
Before we get into this blog I have to warn the readers of something – Selam and Larry are the most fashionable people I’ve ever met! Not joking. They are simply and hands down just a fantastically cute couple who always dress to impress. Nothing else to say. Every meeting that we had regarding their wedding photography at the Neighborhood Club in Quincy I had to do a mental double check to remind myself that I didn’t miss an email. “They are here for a meeting. Not a shoot.”
Not only do they ALWAYS look great, they are probably two of the nicest people you could ever meet. To say that I had a great time shooting their wedding would be a bit of an understatement. By the end it didn’t even feel like I was there to shoot. I learned after the shoot that I wasn’t the only one to feel that way given the following email I received from Selam after the wedding: