ICA Boston Wedding Photos
“I am SO excited – we love the way you captured our day – I know these will be treasured forever.“
Brittany and Michael had a perfect day for their Boston Seaport | Shrine of Our Lady of Good Voyage and ICA Boston wedding! Along with their sweet wedding party, the bride and groom truly enjoyed their wedding day with friends and family. I know you will be able to draw inspiration from their stylish and modern wedding.
After getting engaged, Brittany McKinley and Michael Radonich began to plan their wedding. Both of them are a bit shy and initially thought it would be a great idea to have a micro wedding in a different country with just a handful of people. Ultimately, the couple stayed right in their own neighborhood, keeping everything within walking distance of their Seaport home right where the proposed to Brittany almost a year earlier. They chose their neighborhood church, the brand new Seaport Shrine which replaced the old Our Lady of Good Voyage Chapel along the water. While they had more than a handful of close friends and family, the Institute of Contemporary Art was the perfect spot for 80 guests to celebrate.
ICA Boston Wedding Photos
Michael got ready in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood at the new Yotel Hotel with his groomsmen. He wore a custom Hive & Colony suit and had the coolest Ferragamo shoes. His groomsmen wore tuxes from The Black Tux.
Fort Point and the Seaport provide a great backdrop for photos from the new church to the museum, these ICA Boston wedding photos are some of my faves. Convenient to her home, the bride Brittany got ready in the private event room in their building.
The new Seaport Shrine was where their beautiful wedding ceremony was held.
Now for some ICA Boston wedding photos! Venues like the ICA in Boston are just perfect for creative wedding photos. Its a modern treasure and architectural gem! As a Boston wedding photographer I’ve had the honor of photographing in local venues for over 15 years, but the ICA is definitely one of the most striking and bold wedding venues in Boston. I love the modern architectural elements and the immediate proximity to the water.
I am lucky to photograph at the ICA. It’s slick and refreshingly modern spot in Boston. The space features a cantilever style building that juts out over Boston Harbor boasting unobstructed ocean views where you can see sailboats, seagulls and the skyline. Brittany and Michael’s cocktail hour was held in perfect weather outdoors.
Sarah Glick of Brilliant Event Planning and Teresa Yang Fung of Mimosa Fresh Flower Design worked together to orchestrate a sleek and modern transformation of the ICA event space.
For the wedding reception, guests entered the ICA ballroom for lively dancing and heartfelt toasts. Splash! band by Wilson Stevens kept everyone entertained and dancing up a storm.
If you would like to learn more about hiring me to photograph your ICA Boston wedding, get in touch by clicking here. The ICA is ideal for weddings between 100-300 guests.