Tenley and Josh got married at The Lenox Hotel a couple of weekends ago, and I was so excited for their wedding! They are a great couple, and they both love photography, so I knew their wedding was going to be an amazing experience. Special thanks to Shawn and Heather for all of their help, and for some of the shots below! Heather and I started off the day with Tenley in her suite at the hotel. Her dress was magnificent! And how even more gorgeous does it look hanging from the chandelier? Tenley looked absolutely beautiful, and it was a great start to the day!After an emotional first look outside the hotel and group shots outside the Boston Public Library, we all headed back into the hotel for the ceremony. It was personal, sweet, and both Tenley and Josh were all smiles. Since Tenley and Josh love photography so much, they built in a ton of time after the ceremony for us to run around the city and take photos. We took photos near the concrete behind the library, the trees along Commonwealth Avenue, and the brick near Newbury Street. I love the city feel of the photos! And I love how great Tenley and Josh look! When we finished outside, we headed inside the hotel to take some more photos.
During the reception, we were lucky enough to be able to sneak away and go up to the roof of the hotel. I totally love this next set of photos – so Boston!And we got even MORE lucky, because while we were up on the roof the sign for the Lenox turned on!!!We took the wedding party photos in front of some buildings on Commonwealth Avenue, and then near the trees. This next photo is one of my favorites from the night (thanks for the idea, Josh)!The reception was held in the same room as the ceremony, and it was lovely. There were lots of dances and speeches, and Tenley and Josh were beaming the whole night!Congratulations Tenley and Josh! Your wedding was amazing, and the camera totally loves you both. I hope you enjoy looking through the photos!p.s. I nearly got a concussion (long story) two seconds after taking the above photo, but it was totally worth it!