Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center Wedding by Suzanna March Photography
September 29, 2011
New England

I think my heart has a special place reserved for bow ties - because the minute I see their dapper little selves, I get a little too giddy for my own good. So when you pair bright yellow bow ties with one of my all time favorite color palettes in one of my all time favorite cities, you can only imagine what kind of happy dance I am doing over here. Lucky for all of us, Suzanna March Photography was there to capture all the chic details and fill the gallery full of fab so we can all do a little happy dance today!

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From Suzanna March Photography...As a wedding photographer, I'll admit I typically tear up once at every wedding.  What can I say?  I’m a sucker for a good love story!  Pam and James, on the other hand, had me tearing up just about on the half hour.  They have a great loves story.  One of the unconventional ones.  One of the ones with history, passion, and fight.  One of the ones that has earned it’s enduring quality.  And because of that, even though I’ve never known them separately, they seem like they must have always been together.  They are that couple that you just want to put in your bag and take them home with you!  They are instant friends and loving parents!

Pam & James got married at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, MA. The bride and groom chose a yellow and grey color palette, which fit their personalities to a tee.  Bright yellow shoes and bow ties and vibrant bouquets and boutonnieres from Bow Street Flowers popped on the grey dresses and suits.  And the bride had yellow parasols for her bridesmaids which made for a great prop for the girls AND the guys!  It was a beautiful day, not a dry eye in the house.  A good friend of the couple married them and they put just as much care into each song played and each vow read as they did the adorable details.

Wedding Photography: Suzanna March Photography / Floral Design: Bow Street Flowers / Event Design, Planning + Invitations: Fandangle Events / Ceremony + Reception Location: Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center / Wedding Dress: Emerald Bridal via Cristina’s Bridal