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Some moments and portraits. Because sometimes, it’s impossible to narrow down my favorite images from a wedding, and trying to tell the whole story with them would just take too long to load in a blog post. So I pare down to my truly favorite favorites, and run from there.

These two. I love these two. Before we dive into their photos, I feel like I should introduce you to Brenna and Greg. The two of them have so much love, so much energy and fun and sparkle… There’s no greater joy than photographing two people so full of life.  An incomplete list of things I loved, in no particular order:

– a barefoot bride

– so many feels and tears

– so much silliness

– awesome friends

– a true Flower Child
Vendor love!

Ceremony and Reception at Harrington Farm

Dress by Jenny Packham

Flowers by Fleur Events

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So first off, let me clarify for anyone here who may not be from Boston – when I say “The Donkey Show“, I mean the disco theater retelling of A Midsummer’s Night Dream that gets performed at The Oberon Theater in Harvard Square. Not – wherever your mind have gone (as it dragged itself through the gutter).

Okay! Now that we have that all cleared up…

When Kate and Alison first reached out to me, it was 3 days after my own bachelorette, which happened to end – ta-da! – at The Donkey Show. (Cue: serendipity everywhere). They described their wedding as a “super queer, sexy, disco filled night of fun” and I knew right away that they were my kind of peoples. They had their ceremony at the First Parish Church in Cambridge, renowned for their openness and political activeness, and then celebrated with the help of the Donkey Show cast and a DIY disco station at the Oberon after.

Their people were awesome, the dancing was amazing, the food was OUT OF THIS WORLD (shout out to Kate’s Table and the best man, Tina, who sous chefs for them), and the night was just glittery and sparkly and full of love.

When there’s mint in your bouquet…

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