I met Tara at the Starbucks in Woburn, Massachusetts for a wedding consultation last November. I think it's fair to say that she and I immediately clicked. Her worries about a wedding photographer were my strengths. Her hopes for the "look and feel" of her wedding made perfect sense to me.
A few months later I met Mike for their Boston engagement shoot. You could tell right off the bat that these two were more than just an engaged couple--Their foundation was friendship. They understood eachother. They listened to eachother. They laughed with and at eachother (and had me laughing too).
We kept in touch over the course of the next 10 months. Tara will go down in history as my most organized bride and I love her for it; a woman of my own heart.
The wedding party got ready at the Quincy Marriott Boston hotel prior to be driven to the ceremony and reception location. The suits and accessories Tara and Mike picked out for the groomsmen were flawless (and the socks that the guys chose were the icing on the cake).
Tara's gown fit her like a glove and her accessories matched her dress' details perfectly.
The girl's dresses were the prettiest shade of navy blue, flattering each of them in their own way.
They exchanged wedding day gifts and notes, jogging memory banks of when they first said "I love you."
These two celebrated their wedding surrounded by friends and family from near and far at Camp Kiwanee in Hanson, Massachusetts on Saturday, November 1, 2014. One thing that really jumped out at me was how nice and sincere their friends were. Every one of them was conversational. Every one of them had a cool story to tell about how they met the bride or groom. Every one of them touted about how awesome Mike and Tara were for eachother. Despite the 55 mph wind-driven rain and freezing temperatures outside, there was a whole lot of love and celebration indoors.