We were able to finish up last May at one of our favorite venues, The Omni Parker House! Jessica & Jonathan’s big day was the perfect mix of a modern city wedding with the perfect touch of classic elements.

Both the bride and groom got ready over at the venue where my associate and I started. After spending a few hours with their family and friends, we hoped in the Rolls Royce and drove over to St. Cecila’s for the ceremony. Once we finished there, we headed over to (in my opinion) the best three places to take photos in Boston. When meeting up with Jessica & Jonathan, they explained that they wanted photos to incorporate the city they live in, but also not to have the same photos they see all over. I  suggested to do Commonwealth Ave,the fencing around the Boston Public Garden, and Beacon Hill. They are great little spots for couples who want to still have the feel of Boston but also have a bit more of a private moment.

Once we finished up with the portrait session we headed back to the venue, where we saw a beautiful display from Madison Floral. After toasts, Jessica & Jonathan snuck out to the rooftop balcony for a quick 5 min photo session to catch sunset hitting the city skyline, but we still made it back in time to catch guests on the dance floor with music provided by Cover Story. Lastly I wanted to give a huge shout out to Caddigan Films for helping out on the day and making the show run super smooth. Congratulations Jessica & Jonathan!

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