Meg and Joe || Omni Parker House || Boston, MA

I had a fantastic start to my wedding season a few weeks ago! Meg is from this area, but currently living in St. Louis. She found me through a friend, and I only met her in person the week of the wedding. We started off at her parent’s house…
I loved her dress….she got it at Allegria Bridal, and they attached custom straps on to it for her –

Meanwhile, her brother was hamming it up with the bridesmaids by the antique car.


Loved the light in the church.

We did a lot of the pictures right next to the church, it was a great location!



Kelly took this picture of me photographing Meg & Joe – too bad I don’t have fun when I’m working!

But seriously, when you are shooting a couple this adorable, of course it’s fun!


Meg saw this one on the website and wanted to be sure she got a picture under the sign!

Cocktail hour

OK, now here’s where I reveal my family-photo dorkiness. I saw a couple of old-timey photographs at Meg’s mom’s house….


I love these pictures! I remember doing one with my friend Jen in Florida when we were 16. Right before they entered the reception, I was looking around at the great old room we were in, and thought it would be so fun to make another one for them. What do you think?



Greg Hodges was the DJ (you can see him waaaay to the right), so of course there was NO problem getting great dancing pics. He was mixing one song into the next, it was super-fun (and I wasn’t even dancing…I swear).


I should also mention Lynne was the videographer and was fantastic, as usual….you won’t see her in any pics because she keeps a low profile. Also, Alexis was there with her team making sure everything went smoothly from start to finish – makes my day easier!

Meg and Joe, I had a fantastic time with you guys! I hope you had a fabulous time in Hawaii, can’t wait for you to see the rest.

details, details, details….

coordinator – Unique Weddings by Alexis
dress – Allegria Bridal
church – Boston College Holy Trinity Chapel
flowers –Brattle Square Florist
reception – Omni Parker House
transportation – Christopher Limousine
cake – Montilio’s
video – Lynne Valeri
music –Greg Hodges 5 Star Events

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  • Beautiful images Nancy! Love the shots you captured outside Old City Hall (and the one of you laughing is priceless). My other two favs are the church image with the stained-glass light streaming in and then the awesome ring shot! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Megan Driscoll

    Nancy – I LOVE the pictures you posted! I cannot wait to see the rest!! Thank you for photographing our wedding. Joe and I (and everyone there) had an absolute blast! Can’t wait to see some of those moments captured forever. Thanks again, MeganReplyCancel

  • I love that family pic. The no smiling was a key. We look like bank robbers from the forties. Stylish bank robbers of coarse.ReplyCancel

  • Colin Dancing looks 7 ft tall. Love the Packard shotReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Burke

    The wedding was gorgeous, the photos really capture the essence of the wedding Meg was going for. I love the photo in the garden of Old Town Hall…classically romantic!ReplyCancel

  • Holly Dewar

    I love the picture of you and your mom! gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Meghan

    These pictures are incredible! Meg looks so beautiful and I laughed out loud at the one that matches the old westerns, so personal and fantastic.ReplyCancel

  • michele

    WOW – great photography! of course meg and joe are easly on the eyes! seriously, though, beautiful and creative. can’t wait to see the rest!

  • Caitlin O'Keefe

    Absolutely beautiful pictures. I’m looking forward to seeing the rest!!!ReplyCancel

  • Katie Buckley

    I love the picture of the bride and groom kissing through the bushes.It is beautiful! The picture of the bridesmaids and the brother is so cute.ReplyCancel

  • Eileen Willey

    Incredible pictures! You are a beautiful couple! I had such an amazing time at your wedding. Love you both. NeeReplyCancel

  • Joe

    Great photos. Can’t wait to see the rest!ReplyCancel

  • Marla Driscoll

    Nancy, The photos are gorgeous. You did a fabulous job. Subjects were pretty cute. You do like you are having a good time too. The family photo was a good call. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Shell Goody

    fantastic wedding – so joyful. can’t wait to see more pixReplyCancel

  • Kate Marie

    I love the pictures of the bride and groom downtown, they totally capture the overall vibe of the wedding. The old time photo is amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Great pictures and a fabulous day. Who is the gorgeous blonde with the very unique taupe dress!!!ReplyCancel

  • A perfect day and a beautiful couple. I love the one with Marla and Meg.ReplyCancel

  • gayle

    Best wedding photos ever. Most beautiful bride ever! Love the black and whitesReplyCancel

  • […] of details. Nancy Gould captured the day on film in a way that only she can. For proof, see here: Lastly, Joselin Green of the Omni Parker House couldn’t have been accommodating. Even with […]ReplyCancel

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