Lee & Chuck – A State Room Wedding

Only a few 2011 weddings left to blog before 2012 begins!  Lee and Chuck were married (and partied) in two of the most gorgeous and quintessential Boston spots, The Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, and the State Room.  This was one of those weddings that was fun from start to finish.  Both families were so welcoming and kind – I felt right at home.  The girls started the day getting ready at the Boston Harbor hotel, while the guys got ready in the couple’s apartment.  I pulled some of my favorites from the day – I hope you enjoy!!


Lee’s room overlooked the Boston harbor:

How can you not love veils?

I was joined by my good friend Doug Levy who tagged along with the guys:

The guys worked out a little nerves on the greenway – tossing a little football – then perhaps having one or two cocktails 😉

Meanwhile the girls continued their preparation:

Lee looked stunning as she left for the church:

Seeing her friends for the first time:

Now, if that’s not an adorable look at her future husband….

A few favorites from the ceremony:

Doug caught this great side view of the couple leaving the church together:

Loved this view of the church and the newlyweds.  Gives you a real sense of the space.

Lee and Chuck were chauffeured back to the State Room in a grandfather’s Rolls – driven by Lee’s brother:

A quick stop by Post Office Park for some formals:

With dwindling light we headed outside the Harbor Hotel for a few quick shots in near darkness!

Lee and Chuck had some gorgeous details.  Beautiful flowers and place cards:

AND candy apples!!

The cutest first dance:


Doug’s great catch from above:

Lee’s father giving a quick toast:

And the reaction to the brother’s toast….

Getting his groove thang on…

The band invited the couple up to help fill out the vocals 😉

A final dance and kiss to end the evening:


Lee and Chuck – thank you so much for inviting me to share your beautiful wedding!!  Also – special thanks to Doug Levy for his help!

Check out the slideshow below:




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