As many of you know we are a green studio. We invest 1 ton in carbon offset credit for every wedding we shoot, are working hard at reducing paper use, and do many other things around the studio to reduce waste and support our local community. Christine and Jamie are much the same. They held their wedding at the Epicenter for the Arts in South Boston, a green building with no a/c, but fantastic air circulation, they used local florist Faxon Green, who uses locally grown flowers, and they even worked with the caterer to make sure the food was local and to top it all off they had Big Spike, an awesome bluegrass band! It was really great to be part of this event. Christine and Jamie were so much fun to work with. They did a first look and portraits at the Renaissance Hotel, then headed off to the Epicenter for the ceremony and portraits.
Here are a few from the day:
Christine & Jamie
Christine struttin her stuff at their first look
This is one of the coolest wedding details we've ever seen. Christines veil has been worn at weddings for generations, this document shows the dates going all the way back to 1889!
A very cool detail shot the veil being handed to Christine
With the fear of a hot day in a non a/c'd building, Christine and Jamie used colorful fans for place cards. There was no need for them, but they were super cool:)
The hotel has this very cool hallway with lights lining the walls. We snapped a few quick ones of the ladies before heading off to the ceremony
The groomsmen wore seer sucker pants - gotta love that!
Big Spike! The a great, no make that amazing, blue grass band!
Thank you Christine & Jamie! We can't wait to catch up and hear about your honey moon!!