Monthly Archives: June 2012

The truth about wedding details: do they matter?

Whenever you see a wedding professional give wedding advice, you need to look at the content in perspective. What do they have to gain from writing it? Most wedding professionals are business people, they are not going to write something that is going to hurt their business. It is for that very reason, that when […]

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Nata and Rob’s Love Story | Beacon Hill and Esplanade Anniversary Session

There are those couples, who, upon the first moment they met, even despite the circumstances and differences, knew that they would be in love for the rest of their lives. When Natallia (Nata) arrived in the U.S. from Belarus, she did not know much English. Rob was working as a regional medical director at the […]

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June in two pictures

The bf and I graduated with our MBAs! And I’m in the midst of doing this… I’m keeping myself sane using checklists and photo documentation in Evernote, my awesome phone, labeling everything in my email, and occasionally paying the convenience premium when I have no time to spare. enjoyed this blog? make me smile and follow me […]

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Marlana and Phong, Engaged! | A glamorous Boston love story

When Phong described his engagement proposal to Marlana, I nearly fell off my chair from its awesomeness. I don’t think I’ve met anyone who thinks on the scale he does – flying Marlana and some of their closest friends to Hawaii, and setting up a romantic dinner at Sarento’s. With roses in her hands, she […]

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Julie and Jay, Engaged! | A Newport Engagement Session

I’m blogging these as I’m sitting in Logan Airport, getting ready for another work week out west in San Francisco. First off, I’m so excited to present these super-super early, because I want all of Julie and Jay’s family and friends to be able to enjoy these photographs before their upcoming wedding in mid-summer. Julie […]

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