Hello out there to all my Rosey & Tony stalkers!!!
Sorry to keep you waiting, but there was SO much to share with this wedding, it took me awhile to get everything together for you! So, without further ado………..here we go!!
So, right before their big day, the Bruins won the Stanley Cup – hooray! And scheduled the giant parade/celebration on their wedding day – fantastic!!! I talked to Rosey about it and she was completely calm and relaxed, and I knew this was going to be a great day no matter what. I got into Boston * ridiculously * early, and everything went super smooth.
I started out with the ladies at the very stylish Hyatt Regency. A little last minute manicure for a flower girl…
and Vera Wang sent someone over for some last minute bustle adjustment…
Lots of people ask me if I get stressed out shooting a wedding, and most of the time I’m fine…but moving the dress around to take pictures of it before the bride climbs in usually does stress me out a bit. But look how lovely!
Before a bride goes anywhere after putting on her dress, I like to get a few quick portraits. Make up is perfect, hair is perfect, dress is perfect, and they are just brimming with excitement.
Across town, Mark was hanging with the guys who were doing copious amounts of tie-adjusting.
They rode over to the hotel to meet us on the trolley…
And………….cue the thunderstorm.
Pah! Thunderstorm, schmunderstorm………..Rosey and Tony had their first look and the sun was out again. Anyone who thinks they are missing out on a moment by doing pictures beforehand should maybe ask these two what they think. I think it was still pretty special. Love this shot of them in front of “Boston”.
Rosey looked amazing in her dress, but I think Tony was also rockin’ this suit pretty hard.
We all jumped into the trolley and headed over to the Public Garden to do some pictures of them and the wedding party. I started shooting before we even got inside because I was loving the light, the bricks, and no frisbee players in the background!
Rosey and her mom lead the bridal party (all 20-something of them!) in.
But also goof balls, love it.
Also, very big on the displays of affection. 🙂
This one was pretty much straight out of camera – love how they are framed by the bridge.
So……..now we get to pull up to the Museum of Science for the ceremony. It kind of already felt like a full day already at that point. I actually powered down a pb&j on the way (what can I say, I’m a mom), this bridesmaid opted for a 5-hour energy with a Bud Light back to recharge. Hey – whatever works!
Have you ever seen a more bad-ass set of program hander-outers?
I’m a sucker for a series….here’s a great one Mark got of Rosey & her mom before the ceremony –
Gretchen from Enchanted Wedding Cakes contacted me before the wedding date because she was so excited about their cake and wanted to be sure to get a photo of it. Even the boutique supplier of the special coconut wanted pictures of it! It was gorgeous, and reminded me of Rosey’s dress.
Between the flowers and all of the coordinating details, the Museum of Science looked amazing, and you can’t beat the view!
And just a few more pictures, now that it’s “official”!!
And to cap it off….here comes the moon..
Rosey and Tony are officially home from their honeymoon and back to reality, so be sure to give them a nice big congrats in the comments!
details, details, details….
hair & make-up – Gina Tamagini
dress – Vera Wang at Vera Wang Boston
bridesmaids – J. Crew
band/dj – Live Radio
florist – Le Reve Floral
invites & cards – Fizz Paperie
cake – Enchanted Wedding Cakes
caterer – Wolfgang Puck Catering
reception – Museum of Science
transportation – The Original Party Trolley
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