Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Museum of Science Boston Wedding in October!

When we met with Liz and Matt over a year ago, we knew their wedding would be a lot of fun. They have this awesome sense of humor, and a funky style. Put those together as they did, and you get one awesome night. Here's a little of them getting ready and their touching ceremony at the Museum of Science.

The view from the ceremony room on a perfect October day:
Getting ready with the Zachim Bridge:Liz's birdcage veil was so elegant:

Liz's grandfathers walked her down the aisle. Everyone was emotional. (Especially Heather who cries at every single wedding!)
Liz and Matt's good friend married them- through tears :)
I love how the Pru is peaking out between them:
We like to do "informal" formals, where you still be yourself, just in front of something pretty! Here's Liz and Matt being their cute, married selves:
The moon was out at sunset! (We added the texture to make this an artsy-er print)



Once formals were over, it was time to put on the cool shoes:
Feeling like they're being stalked by paparazzi

and being chased by a T Rex!

3 comments:

Becky said...

Great wedding photos! I love the photos taken at dusk.

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