A Boston engagement session always sounds like a good idea to me, but a Boston engagement session snapped up by Zac Wolf is pure genius. Because that means you get to walk away with a collection of images as gorgeous as the one sitting right here in this gallery – and ladies and gents, it doesn’t get much better than that. See it all here.
From Zac Wolf…
Meghan and Daniel are one of those couples you click with right from that first meeting. So happy I got to photograph their engagement session in their old stomping grounds of the South End. I love the South End, so many awesome spots to shoot and there are always nice dogs walking around while we are shooting.
Photography: Zac Wolf Photography
By now you probably know about our love affair with all things Fall. From our Fall Decor Guide to our Apple Picking Party, from our Cider Donuts to our Apple & Goat Cheese Tartletts – Fall equals love in our book. And now that we’ve seen the what the girls from DomestiKated Life + Little Flower Cottage + Bring to Light Photography can do with a little Fall Apple Goodness. Well, we’re more hopelessly in love than ever. Click here to see the entire spread.
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As a couple of New England girls, we’re almost obligated to welcome fall with open arms. With our love of the crisp autumn weather comes the annual New Englander ritual to visit the orchard and get our apple picking fix. Admittedly, we went a little overboard this year, and came home with a bounty of cider donuts, crisp apple cider, and bushels upon bushels of our favorite apple varietals.
How does that saying go? When life gives you apples, make apple pie? Something like that! Well, we made lots of mini mason jar pies, salted caramel apples, and a baked brie with apple compote for a post-orchard autumn apple fete on the porch.
And it’s not a party without a signature cocktail — our autumn apple punch was a perfect pairing for our tasty treats. We mixed up Bulleit Rye, apple cider, and cardamom clove simple syrup with a squeeze of lemon juice and served them in mason jar mugs with an apple garnish. A day at the apple orchard was extended with an afternoon of friends enjoying apple themed food and drink.
Photography: Bring to Light Photography | Styling & Design: Domestikated Life | Flowers: Little Flower Cottage
It’s funny how fate works. Like when a good friend tells you that they have the perfect match for you and years later you find out that they were so, so right. That’s exactly how it happened for these two sweeties, and that awesome set-up? Well, it ended up being “the one” in so many ways. Love is an amazing thing, SMPers and you can celebrate right along with these two cuties in the full gallery captured by Audrey Courchesne. It’s amazing.
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From the Bride… When I think about meeting the love of my life, Jas, I can’t help but think that everything happens for a reason. We share a wonderful friend and she wanted to set us up for years before we actually met. The timing was actually perfect, but we both wish it had been much sooner and feel very lucky! From the very beginning, we felt like we had known each other forever and blending our lives together has brought us a lot of joy and kept us busy.
Our engagement wasn’t a big surprise, but it was cozy and relaxed just like how we feel when were together. Jas proposed by presenting me with individual cards he had written with the top ten reasons he loves me. As I opened and read each one I was tearing up and he was smiling at me the whole time and wiping my tears. He is not expressive, so when he writes me cards they are so deliberate and thoughtful making them incredibly special.
When I look at our engagement photos (which is often), I feel a swell in my heart! Jas revealed to me that on the first couple of days after we received them he couldn’t stop looking at them, which is so sweet and just how I was, too. The photos, taken in Boston’s Seaport District and on Castle Island, capture exactly how comfortable, caring, and warm our love is.
Photography: Audrey Courchesne