“You were absolutely amazing throughout our entire wedding”
Have a look at these gorgeous and fun St. Cecilia’s Church Boston wedding photos! Before you do, read what the bride had to say about her photography experience with photographer, Heather Parker. “THANK YOU! You were absolutely amazing throughout our entire wedding and everyone in the wedding party thoroughly enjoyed working with you. You made the day so easy for Jim and I and we can’t thank you enough.
– The Bride, Christine
“your pictures captured every moment perfectly.”
That night was the best night of my life, except of course the day the boys were born, and your pictures captured every moment perfectly. Thank you again.
– Mother of the Groom, Peggy English
Before Jim and Christine got married, they got ready with their closest friends and family – Christine was in a suite at Fairmont Copley Plaza and Jimmy got ready at home in South Boston.
I’m so glad I had such a hearty wedding party to work with! It was less than 10 degrees out and this wedding party braved the frigid temps.
Jim and Christine had a gorgeous Catholic wedding ceremony at St Cecilia Church Parish at 18 Belvidere St, Boston, MA 02115. I loved every minute of this day and the entire process with Jim and Christine. The couple were no doubt a perfect match, and now they’re married! I’m certain their friends and family are excited to watch them grow as a married couple.
St. Cecilia Church Parish Boston Wedding Photos
Their church is one of the most beautiful in all of Boston and a true romantic landmark! As a Boston wedding photographer I’ve been to a ton of local churches, but the St. Cecilia Church Boston is definitely one of the most stunning, with it’s Romanesque, XII Century Norman architecture.
I am lucky to photograph so often at this historic church. It’s iconic and so very “classic Boston.” The church is of course named after Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music! How fitting, seeing how close it is to the world-famous Berklee College of Music. If you have guests coming in from out of town, its a true gem of Boston! As you can see in these wedding ceremony photos, the main altar is massive and simple. It was carved from a single giant block of white Carrara marble. That great big painting in the center reredos is actually a copy of da Vinci’s The Last Supper. If you visit this church, you can see that the dome above has an array of 24K gold rosettes!
After their gorgeous wedding ceremony, the newlyweds stopped for some photos at the Boston Public Library front entrance.
After a quick stop at the library for photos, the newlyweds and their guests celebrated at the Fairmont Copley Plaza for the wedding reception. Here’s a peek of the reception. More photos to come!
If you would like to learn more about hiring me to photograph your your wedding ceremony at Saint Cecilia Church in Boston or your wedding reception at Boston’s Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel wedding, get in touch by clicking here. The Fairmont Copley Plaza Oval Room is ideal for weddings between 100-300 guests and capacity charts can be seen here.