Jacqui and Mike kicked off my ‘summer’ wedding season this year in excellent fashion. They got ready at the Liberty Hotel in downtown Boston, MA and headed over to the historic North End for their ceremony at St. Leonard’s. After the ceremony we spent some time in the North End and the Paul Revere Park. It’s one of my favorite spots in the city because it’s got such a historic feel and the aged red brick walks and walls are really fun to work with. I tried to pull a few favorites from the day. I hope you enjoy!
The windows in the Liberty have some serious character. And yes – those are prison bars!
I was joined by my good friend David DiNisco who started out with the guys as they got ready:
The bridal party heading to the bus:
St. Leonards is a pretty fantastic church:
Jacqui and Mike’s favorite spot in the North End:
Some portraits in the Paul Revere park:
After the ceremony and portraits were finished guests headed back to the Liberty for the party:
Groomsmen caught delivering a last minute gift:
Some favorites from the reception:
Mike’s family arranged to have a bag pipe troop come and serenade the guests:
To see more from Jacqui & Mike’s fun day, you can view the slideshow below:
Jacqui and Mike, I wish you all the best and thank you so much for including me in your beautiful wedding! Also, special thanks to Dave DiNisco for his help as well!