Vintage Film Friday! Merri and Alan’s vintage inspired & offbeat Boston FILM wedding photos! Woohoo!
There is a full blog post about the weekend to come, so to tide you all over…. here is a snippet of my fine art film wedding photos. Merri and Alan had an amazing and unique wedding in Boston.
The ceremony was inside the Davis Square Theater and the reception was inside a 1920’s era speakeasy called The Saloon. And, well, as you can clearly see… this was a pretty unique wedding with a gorgeous vintage vibe. Merri and Alan rocked it! The both looked amazing and we had a perfect day.
The Bride and Groom met each other for the first time on their wedding day right in front of the very historic Paul Revere House! Like, the actual house he lived in… which is also the oldest dwelling in Boston (1680!). With cobblestone streets and tourists galore, it was a very unique location for their formal wedding photos. We then scooted around the corner to the cafe where they had their first date in the North End!
I’m not going to go into too many details from the wedding day here. I’m just buying myself some time for their next blog post with the full day 😉 …. and because I looooooove film images!
(I’m working up to photographing an entire wedding day on film, not just portraits) Anyway, enjoy these gorgeous teasers and stay tuned for the full post!
So what do you think of these Boston film wedding photos? Do you love the grain and color? The soft and dreamy look?