What we discovered on this magical spring day was just how much we love photographing at the Museum of Science. We were challenged by intensely bright light and not quite enough time with each couple, but our goal remained the same as it does for all of our weddings– give each couple a unique photographic look for their wedding. I always feel the portrait sessions show that better than any other part of the wedding. And so we attempted to create 23 different portraits for our clients with minimal time and with minimal location changes. Here are just a few of our favorites….
Two grooms and a view.
Love the symmetry.
I was a little bit enamored with this stunning tree in it’s April glory.
Okay, this is a detail, not a portrait, but it came during the portrait session. Blue shoes as the something blue are a hot trend for 2012.
Two ladies with the joy of family and friends supporting them.
Silhouette in the tent.
Thus concludes the part deux of the Race to the Altar.
Again, I must thank the people who made this day possible; there was one hell of a fabulous crew of professionals and volunteers.
Wedding venue, ceremony site and wedding coordinator extraordinaire: Cheryl Pesakovic from the Museum of Science– Washburn Pavilion, Skyline Room or d’Arbeloff Suite/ Caterer: Wolfgang Puck / Photography: Allegro Photography / Floral Design: Edison from Madison Floral / DJ: Groove Events / Officiants: Elizabeth Gemelli, Helen Kerivan and Michael Backer/ Tours: Boston Duck Tours / Dresses: David’s Bridal / Tux rentals: Russo Tux & Limousine / Sponsors: American Express Travel and Kiss108 FM
Check out the Museum of Science wedding ceremonies. And coming up the receptions.