View photographs from the best Boston wedding photographer, Nicole Chan. Her style is vividly colorful, storytelling, and photojournalistic.
Audrey and Bharat had a beautiful outdoor ceremony at Brookside Country Club!
Today was an amazing day. It wasn’t because the 2013 World Series champions (GO SOX!) threw Stephanie and Matt a parade RIGHT outside of their hotel – Boston’s Wyndham hotel – or because a very kind policeman lifted the barricade so that they could cheer inches away from the duck boats as they passed. It… Read More
Six married men stood up at the Cruiseport Gloucester in front of hundreds of guests and told stories about Peter’s solid family-values and how the two of them, down to the core, are perfect for each other. The groomsmen laughed about Peter’s funny memory, like when he insisted her name was Kirsten, but then ended up… Read More
The vision was simple:great music (Wayne’s priority – a music and DJ aficionado) and great food and drink (Elizabeth’s priority) in a warm atmosphere with all the people that they both love (shared priority). Wayne cherry picked a handful of his favorite musicians and assembled his own band. I don’t have another way to emphasize their… Read More
Megan and Rob make me smile. They’ve given me the chuckles from the first e-mail that Megan sent me over a year ago. She said, “I was so excited when you responded so quickly! I was trying to water my flowers and dropped the hose in excitement”. When I first met Megan and Rob in… Read More
I am NOT a morning person. After I left my consulting job, I made a strict nothing-before-9am policy! (unless it’s a wedding day, obviously). However, I am super productive in the wee hours of the night (2…3… 4am)! Often in the mornings, I’ll roll over grumpily, grab my phone and scan my e-mails… Read More
Me: Wait, but I thought you’re already married? Her: We are, but now we’re making it official. Me: What are you talking about? You had the whole white dress, destination wedding in NOLA, all that. That wasn’t official? Her: We made the comittment to ourselves and each other, but it wasn’t official-official. That was… Read More
Interviews are usually very professional matters, or at least I imagine so for a grown-up serious industry concentration like internal medicine. For Paras and Andy, the two-day interview was the platform where they knew they were supposed to talk to everyone, but ended up only talking to each other. With some savvy techie work, Andy… Read More