Amanda & Keith got married in the North End of Boston on an overcast October day. From the clear view of the Zakim Bridge while looking out of their hotel windows, to the old Italian couple who stopped to congratulate them after their first look in a cobblestone alley, this wedding felt so authentically Boston. The best part, in my opinion, happened right after their ceremony, which took place in the heart of the North End. The guests unloaded from the church onto the street and crossed to the Paul Revere Mall to wait for the trolleys. Little did they know there was a street performer singing Italian romance songs right in the park. It was dusk and the park was dimly lit by streetlights. Of course, Amanda and Keith took that opportunity to share their first dance as a married couple. These kind of unpredictable moments are what weddings are all about.
Going into their wedding, I already knew that I loved them based on how much fun we had during their engagement session last winter. They are such cool people and our dynamic was super comfortable right away. But the wedding proved just how wonderful they are. It was such a carefree, lighthearted day with nothing but positivity and love present. They are both goofballs so had no problem having fun during formals and tearing up the dance floor - my kind of couple through and through.
This wedding is one I will remember forever. Love you guys!!
Second Shooter ~ Sarah Weston Photography
Ceremony ~ St. Stephen’s Church
Venue ~ City Winery
Band ~ Clockwork Boston
Videographer ~ Embark Films
Day of Coordinator ~ Anika Powers
Transportation ~ Rockstar Limo
Flowers ~ Poppy Floral
Dessert ~ Modern Pastry and Insomnia Cookies
Photobooth ~ Hot Shots Photos
Bridal Gown ~ Paloma Blanca from the White Magnolia in Atlanta, GA
Hair and Makeup ~ B Boutique in Milton, MA and R & M Co. in Cumberland, RI
Tux ~ The Black Tux
Invitations ~ Minted