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Abby & Jamie: Artists for Humanity Wedding

Abby & Jamie were married on a beautiful summer day in August. Their wedding day took us all over the city, starting with the girls getting ready at a hotel in Fort Point, while the guys were at Abby & Jamie’s apartment. The girls had a beautiful suite overlooking the harbor, and Abby looked amazing in a lace dress that looked like it was made for her. She even added the sweet touch of having the buttons from her mother’s wedding dress sewn onto hers. Once everyone was ready, we all headed over to the North End for the church ceremony. After the I Dos, we went right across the street to Paul Revere park to start photos. There was a festival in the neighborhood that weekend, so the streets were busy – but we always love being out in the city with a bridal party! Our next stop was the Commonwealth Ave. mall, which is a special spot for Abby & Jamie, as they spent a lot of time walking that area in the beginning of their relationship. The light was streaming through the trees, and Abby was just glowing! So pretty! Once we got back on the bus, our last stop was AFH in Southie for a few more photos before the reception kicked off. The galleries are bright, full of natural light, and filled with art – so many perfect spots for photos. And we were also able to use the more raw artist’s space upstairs, surrounded by art in progress and paint-splattered floors. The day was a dream for photo locations! The whole venue is a really cool spot for a wedding, with cocktail hour in the newest gallery and the reception in the large, industrial space filled with art. Guests had dinner under string lights, and the garage door opened out to a sunken patio as dancing started. The whole day was a real stunner, and we just love being a part of a gorgeous wedding like this one!

Thanks and congrats to Abby & Jamie!

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