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The perfect cure for a snowy New England weekend?  A whole lot of pretty from BKB & Co., the talented team of photography and cinematography geniuses that know everything there is to know about capturing your big day, and capturing it perfectly.  From their exceptional attention to detail to their amazing customer service to the breathtaking images you’ll receive post-wedding, they’re amazing.

From BKB & Co.BKB & Co. is a select team of Boston wedding photographers and cinematographers specializing exclusively in weddings. Our wedding professionals are not only recognized in the industry, but also among wedding clients for our tremendous attention to detail from the moment of inquiry through the final product delivery and thereafter. Our studio was built on a simple motto – to capture each wedding as if it were our own. We are professionals at what we do and believe your wedding should be all about you enjoying your day and stress-free. We understand and value the importance of image capture and ensure your wedding photos stay timeless for you and your family for generations to come.

Founder and Creative Director Brittany K. Blando attended both the New England School of Photography and the College of Art and Design at Lesley University before opening her namesake studio in 2002. Throughout her education, Brittany developed a true passion for photographing weddings. The wedding scene in the Greater Boston area has always been vibrant and diverse, making it an exciting arena to be in. She is extremely sought-after in the New England area, even capturing the wedding of Professional Hockey Player Scott Clemmensen, beauty queen Amanda Kelly and Musician Eric Welsh of the band The Pixies. Her style is editorial imagery with photojournalistic flair, which is a style most requested by area engaged couples. Her talented work, impeccable customer service and quick turn-around time has proven to be why her studio is so highly regarded in New England.

To greater meet the needs of local couples, Brittany launched BKB & Co. in 2013 and expanded the studio’s services with the addition of talented wedding photography and wedding videography professionals. This brilliant team has taken the area by storm and has helped BKB become one of the top wedding services in all of New England. This team is truly a cohesive unit – working on weddings together and focusing on unparalleled customer service, flawless product and stellar turn-around time. Our team members are exclusive to our studio alone and have been personally trained by Brittany to provide our clientele with the images they have come to love and along with the personalized customer service the studio is known to provide.

Most recently, BKB announced the addition of a bridal stylist to the staff. With so many small details needed to be attended to on a wedding day, BKB’s bridal stylist will work alongside the BKB team to ensure any issues that may come up over the course of a wedding are resolved quickly, efficiently, and stress-free for the couple. A “day-of assistant” if you will, our stylist will handle many logistics that can sometimes overwhelm a couple or be a distraction on such a milestone day. For instance, she will distribute and pin boutonnieres and corsages, adjust your bridal gown for wedding photos, help keep the wedding day timeline on schedule, gather important individuals for photos, bustle your gown and of course, carry your favorite lipstick so you will always have it on hand throughout the day. Logistics aside, she will also be there to hold your hand and give you a shoulder to rely on.

We recommended you book the studio well-in-advance as our talented professionals have quickly become the talk in the Boston wedding scene.

BKB & Co. is located in historic Charlestown. Complimentary Garage parking available for our clients, a dock out back if you prefer to come by water taxi and of course the MBTA ferry drops in the Navy Yard.

DISCOUNT! Reserve your wedding with both the BKB & Co. photography and cinematography team and receive 5% off your contract and your choice of an Engagement Session in Charlestown Navy Yard or album upgrade!*

*Exclusive offer for SMP readers, available for new clients until April 30th, 2015 for weddings taking place in Boston, MA 2015 – 2016.

Welcome to the family, BKB & Co.!  We are so happy to have you! xo

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New England Meets Southern Charm Wedding Inspiration

With summer memories of Maine and a steady crush on the South, we’re looking at two of my all-time favorite places, here together in one place. Combine these two beauties and we have one lovely union that I can’t help but gush over. Daisies & Pearls did the magical mixing and Hailey Tash captured every bourbon bottle detail. See this North-meets-South shoot in all its glory right here.

From Hailey Tash PhotographyAfter escaping the cold Maine winter last March for a week in warm and sunny Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina, I came home so inspired by the beauty and romance of the South. The whole way home I thought about how much I’d love to shoot a Southern wedding. Then, I thought, why not bring a bit of the south to the north!? So, I contacted Sarah Goodwin of Daisies & Pearls, who was immediately on board. She had just traveled to Georgia as well and was feeling the same desire to create that I was.

From Daisies & Pearls… When flipping through pages or scrolling through blogs, a Southern wedding is immediately recognizable. Whether it is florals, fashion or food, Southern presence is distinct. Inspired by the deep rooted traditions and culture of the South this styled shoot proves a Southern wedding can certainly happen North of the Mason-Dixon line.

A New England farmhouse once known for its prize winning Thoroughbreds is the backdrop for this Southern infused wedding shoot. The color palette of sage and lavender with pops of peach carries throughout the design elements. The floral stationery features delicate blooms in shades of purple, while the invitation suite sets the tone for the wedding.

The Bride wears a timeless lavender gown and her Groom sports a sage seersucker bow tie with coordinating pocket square. She carries a bouquet of purple and peach blooms. The couple strolls the property as a wide brimmed hat shields the Bride’s face from the hot summer sun. With no rain clouds in sight, it is evident the buried bottle of bourbon performed its job successfully.

A beverage cart welcomes guests with Southern libations and an invitation to wear a flower in celebration of the occasion. Escort cards, displayed on green shutters, encourage guests to find their seats in the formal dining room. The tablescape consists of purple, peach and gold elements. Guests find dance cards at their place setting to be filled in as they dine on Southern favorites.

The traditional wedding cake is adorned with a sugar magnolia and the Groom’s cake draws from more Southern influence in the form of a bourbon barrel.

Photography: Hailey Tash Photography | Floral Design: Watershed Floral | Cakes: White Mountain Cupcakery | Stationery: The Stationery Bakery | Hair & Makeup: Emili Tardif | Bow Tie: Mizu | Dinnerware: Details Event Staging | Event Design And Coordination: Daisies & Pearls | Historical: The Farm At Eastman Hill | Table Linens & Glassware: One Stop Event Rentals

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Americana Coastal Maine Barn Wedding

There’s something seriously special about this New England affair. Perhaps it’s the Bride’s Gatsby-esque gown, or the barn her father built just for the joyous occasion, or even the vintage Ford Model-A. All we know for certain is that when you combine the talents of Robinson PressThe Singing Flower, and Emily Delamater behind the lens, you’re guaranteed wedding magic, here!

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From Emily DelamaterThis wedding was full of lovely details. A great mix of Americana and Coastal Maine. The wedding was held at the home of Emily’s parents’ — they even built a gorgeous barn for the occasion. Emily’s dad is a collector and lover of Model -A Fords and they were incorporated into the wedding as transportation for Emily and her parents to the church and also as a part of the gorgeous decor. One even served as the drink cart in the back bed of the truck! Another was the car that Emily’s parents had driven in on the day of their wedding.

A beautiful collection of antiques, jars, wooden boxes and lanterns brought warmth to the space. The flowers were seasonally bright whites and pinks with hydrangeas and roses. Touches of navy were lovely in contrast to the flowers. I loved Emily’s antiqued silk gown and long-trained veil. It had a great old world look and feel with the energy of a Gatsby party.

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A chilly + snowy weekend in New England is most definitely in need of some sunshine, so we’re delivering it the best way we know how: with a fab introduction to Lynne Reznick Photography, a talented photog that knows a thing or two about capturing the pretty. Think drop-dead gorgeous images filled with those heartwarming moments you’ll want to cherish for always.  Take a look at her stunning work below…

From Lynne Reznick PhotographyI chose the tagline “A fresh perspective for your classic love story” for my business because it truly embodies the way that I work and what I aim to capture for every couple I photograph. Each couple’s story is different and the detailed planning of every wedding story deserves to be honored. That said, some of my favorite images are the ones where the unplanned happened and it is was lovely, or adorable, or quietly full of emotion. By capturing the moments big and small, expected and unexpected, I seek to tell each couple’s unique love story as it unfolds and share in a whole lot of love and laughter along the way.

Welcome to the family, Lynne Reznick Photography!  We are so happy to have you! xo

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Cozy Country Valentine’s Wedding Inspiration

Considering New England is currently buried in what feels like mile high snow, this snowy Maine Valentine’s inspiration couldn’t be more fitting. Chock-full of cozy moments designed by A Family Affair Of Maine and drop-your-jaw blooms from Broadturn Farm, this rich red lovefest is a true celebration of the season and Emily Delamater was on hand it capture each bit.

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From A Family Affair Of Maine… This charming sweetheart inspiration was designed with whimsical woodland features, accentuating the copious beauty of Maine winter. The backdrop is a pastoral setting in an 1870 built farmhouse that carries a rich history and eclectic mix of modern and vintage furnishings. Incorporating various shades of red symbolizing love, we represent an old fashioned St. Valentines day in true New England fashion.

Our Bride is dressed in a vintage antique lace Victorian wedding gown paired with a fur stole wrap and leather gloves. Her soft curls are adorned with a spray rose, ranunculus and wax flower crown.

The Groom wears red plaid and bowtie, warm grey wool and suit jacket. His boutonniere is composed of privet berry, ranunculus, wax flower and spray rose. Our table scape design involves a recycled barn board table with unique white post legs, paired with two vintage mahogany high backed chairs with bright red velvet seats. Laser cut wood plates adorn each chair signifying seating for the Bride and Groom. White benches are made warm with dark fur blankets for the wedding party. Red velvet cloth runs down the length of the table, and is a beautiful canvas for the immense and stunning floral design consisting of roses, amaryllis, ranunculus, wax flower, privet berry and viburnum. Brass candle sticks hold various shades of candles to add to the romance and color scheme, while dark antler sheds accentuated the woodland vibe. Each of the vintage etched glass plates were further complimented by warm brass chargers with rattan detail. The place settings were personalized with custom laser cut pinecones and handmade rosemary wreaths set atop vintage napkins. White milk glass wine goblets were paired with antique crystal.

The wedding cake was a smooth ivory fondant embellished with a hand crafted red rose cluster with deep green vines and a single intricate antler. The Bride and Groom initial cake topper was machine cut acrylic with a wood grain technique and enveloped with a wood carved frame.

The outdoor ceremony was created with intensions of evoking a feeling of warmth in the cold. A fireplace mantle bearing warm quilts, framed with the warm color of the floral garlands and brass elements helped to create a sense of passion and glow. Bridal portraits on a vintage wood framed sofa in the snow and a bold wool sweater conceptualizes all the ways the color red embodies love, romance, excitement and affection.

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