Tom and Cassie’s Wedding at the Liberty Hotel in Boston, MA

There were so many things to love about photographing Tom and Cassie’s Boston wedding that it is hard to know where to begin. First of all, I could not have asked to work with a better couple. Whether it was during their engagement session or on the day of their wedding, these two were open to everything I threw their way. Not even the brutal elements of a New England Nor’Easter deterred them from getting the shot. It is commitment like their’s that makes for some exceptional wedding photography. In addition to working with this phenomenal couple, I got to work with their incredible group of friends and family. The energy they brought to the day could barely be contained within the four walls of the venue’s ballroom. It was this energy that took Tom and Cassie’s reception shots to a whole new level. I cannot think of a better setting for this awesome couple and their  energetic party than the legendary Liberty Hotel in the heart of downtown Boston. The Liberty Hotel, ironically named as it is the historic site of a 17th century prison, is the perfect place to tie on the proverbial ball-and-chain. It offers a perfectly contrasting backdrop to the wedding image, and nothing makes for a more captivating photograph than the juxtaposition of a subject against a nontraditional setting. Not only was it a visually interesting location to shoot. It is also infamous among Bostonians as the place to have a good time. Ask anyone on a Friday night in Beacon Hill where they are headed and they are likely to say the Liberty Hotel. Its popularity is the result of a team of highly professional staff who know how to host a good time while keeping it classy. Tom and Cassie’s reception was no exception. It was a great end to an amazing day, one that we were able to document, from start to finish, with some stunning photography that Tom and Cassie can enjoy for many years to come.


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