When Niall and Carla got in touch with me to inquire about providing photography coverage for their Boston wedding day, I knew it would be a very intimate and special affair, in the wonderful Old Statehouse in Boston.
As a wedding photographer in Boston I always think that there are a handful of truly special locations in this city that provide a wonderful setting to have your big day. The Old Boston Statehouse in my opinion is one of them, and it was here that Carla and Niall had chosen to have their day.
Since both are originally from this wonderful city, but are now based in New York, it was the perfect place to share this special day with the people closest to them. Weddings can involve many hundreds of guests sometimes; I have shot some with over 400 people in attendance. Having only your closest family at hand however creates a very special and intimate day that is shared by all present and I felt very privileged to have been chosen by Carla and Niall to photograph their wedding at the Boston Statehouse.
The Old Boston Statehouse is a working museum and steeped in history. You obviously have to wait until the end of the workday to have your wedding at this venue, but once you have access there are some absolutely wonderful backdrops to shoot. Most notable is the balcony from which the Declaration of Independence was read to the people of the city in 1776. This is a fantastic image to capture as part of your wedding day. To hold your wedding at this historical Massachusetts location is to share in the story of this wonderful city. Photographing a wedding at the Old Statehouse in Boston was a great pleasure, and something I hope to do again in the near future.
With the catering and organizing both being looked after by The Catered Affair, the event went flawlessly and it was great to meet with Erin Davis who was coordinating all the details. I was very pleased with the images we captured of the day, shooting with Carla and Niall prior to the ceremony and celebrations and working around the outside of the Old Statehouse. This allowed them to spend quality time with the family that they had invited once they arrived.
One of the things that made this day extra special was Carla sister performed the ceremony for them.
I wish Carla and Niall all the very best for 2012 and their lives together. It was a true pleasure working with them both and being part of their day.
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