Big decisions go into wedding days: Who, When, Where but the one thing you have no control over: Weather
Jessi & Matthew’s Boston City Hall wedding on April 6th was planned weeks in advance and it was a chilly rainy day.
If you could chose weather like you chose a spouse, you’d pick a day that didn’t flip umbrellas inside out – BUT marriage is also about making great things happen with the cards you’re dealt.
With Matthew’s insider knowledge of Boston City Hall and their affection for its concrete jungle Brutalist Architecture we were absolutely content to find corners of the building I’ve never explored before and shoot portraits to escape the rain.
It’s a privilege every single time to shoot a wedding and that experience carries more weight when my images are the viewfinder to all the family and friends that weren’t in the room with us.
I was shooting portraits in this quiet hallway that had all the brutalist architecture we wanted but we didn’t have to shoot in the rain… and then they started a game of catch 🙂 Thanks to Bouqs for the bouquet. It held up to some playful tossing.