And they said iDo

There is no app for this kind of wedding perfection.
Susie and Chris met, courted, and got engaged in a way our parents could never have imagined. You should really check out their proposal story here. It involves iPhones, Twitter, lobster mac and cheese and other things that would have baffled my Grandmothers.

But I think I am getting sidetracked… Let me get back to the Saturday afternoon in question. Susie had everything exquisitely planned. My work(play?)day started with a perfect dress.

And one of the sweetest 1st looks ever. I even teared up.

They were just so ready and perfect together.

And her dress rocked.

We headed to the Boston Public Library steps for photos of family. Check out Dad trying to hold it together here.

So sweet.

I feel I need to take a moment to comment on the colors. Check out the purple and yellow.

perfection is often in the details.

I should also mention how awesome it is to work with great 2nd shooters. While I am snapping photos of the ladies, Sarah was busily getting nifty shots I would have not been able to capture.


Oh yes, and Mitzi got to glam it up too.

After some fun photos we headed over to the Apple store. To understand why, you would have to know a little about Chris’s Apple obsession, but if you have an iPhone, you likely understand a little…

After taking some photos outside, I figured we may as well go in. The stairs are pretty darn cool.

There was some applause for the couple and we headed to the ceremony.

I don’t even know where to start with the food. It was pretty spectacular. Which shouldn’t be a surprise as Susie and one of her bridesmaid’s Chelsee are the creators of the awesome Boston based food blog We Are Not Martha
iHope to get to post more photos soon. Until then, I know that Susie and Chris are having a great Honeymoon and eating well!

Sweet Grace | Newborn Portraits | Providence

Babys don’t come much sweeter than this:

This little girl is wrapped in the kind of love you can feel walking through the door.

The cool thing about this image is that it holds 4 generations. Baby Grace, Mom, and Grandmother …Great-Grandmother is represented by her painting hanging in background.

I’d say she has lots to look forward to.

Congratulations again!

Famiily and lots of it | MA Family Portrait

Holidays bring lots of gifts. Family is often one of them. It was so great to get to photograph some of the chaos that is created when you mix 3 sisters, all thier 7 kids, the grandparents and an aunt and uncle. And no one was short on personality. Which makes my job much more fun.
We were able to document some photos inside first, but I think it was great that we got to get outdoors for a few. It has been so unseasonably warm here (my friends in the south are snickering at this last comment)
The kids were such troupers outside. It started to get cold!

I sort of have a thing for photographing sisters. Likely because I don’t get to see mine often enough.

Mamas and their little ones…

Warning: princess alert!

It is nice to get to photograph groups, but I love getting to spend a little one on one time with kids. Wish I had more time!

And lastly, the 4 ladies that made it all happen… Thanks for letting me be a part of documenting your holiday vacation together!