The Waterworks Museum Boston // Unique LGBTQ Wedding // Carol and Anna
Carol and Anna have been together 16 years. These two incredible women met the “old fashioned way” playing softball. Upon hearing of this at our first meeting, it was so refreshing to hear. It’s not everyday that two beautiful souls find their way into each others lives the way that Carol and Anna did, it’s just so seldom nowadays. After meeting these two, spending time with them, and laughing with them it’s easy to see how they fell for one another. The weather on the day of Carol and Anna’s Wedding Day was stunning, the sun was shinning, the sky was deep blue and the air was tickled with just a hint of cool. It was a gorgeous day, full of love, smiles, adoring looks and lots and lots of friends whom surrounded these two with so much love and joy! Carol and Anna’s wedding ceremony and reception left everyone who was there feeling inspired and happy. Inspired to love and to live fully, to embrace marriage equality and perhaps to embrace the Patriots and the Red Sox just a little bit more.
Carol and Anna, I thank you so much for asking me to capture your special day. Words cannot express my gratitude, nor the deep level of inspiration your love for one another has given to the world. When I look at these images, it is that love that radiates, the way you just adore one another, and accept one another and support one another. You have found the love that so many spend a lifetime searching for. You are a blessing to one another and to everyone who knows you. Congratulations to you both! I hope you will enjoy this little peek at your wedding day photos.
Venue: The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum // Flowers/Decor: DIY // DJ: Chad Priest of A Taste of Music // Officiant: Judith Lorei // Catering: Fireside Catering
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