Adam and Jason’s wedding at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge was so beautifully crafted and elegant. From their well-tailored suits, matching tie/bowtie, to their little Buddha centerpieces, everything was gorgeous down to the last detail. One of my favorite things about photographing at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge was their awesome courtyard. We were able to do our formals in there without having to go out to the busy streets of Cambridge. They also had a really nice balcony with an amazing skyline view of Boston. Our reception room also had a jaw dropping view of the city from sunset to dusk. It really makes me happy to see Adam and Jason tie and knot and be so good to each other.
Also, be sure to check out their South End engagement session before scrolling down.
A little bit about Adam and Jason:
“We met in August, 2011 on a random website called ‘Adam for Adam’ and we had our first date at Coppa, our favorite neighborhood restaurant in the South End. Jason had just moved to Boston for residency at Spaulding Rehab Hospital a few weeks earlier, and Adam had lived in Boston since his college years at Tufts University. Our relationship took an interesting turn just three weeks after we met when Adam ended up in the hospital for a week with kidney failure. Jason managed to meet all of Adam’s friends and family members; and during this difficult week, his compassion and kind heart were on full display. Since that time we have made a home in the South End. We have been to many of Adam’s family functions and have seen many parts of the world together including Paris, Peru, Mexico, Thailand, Amsterdam, California and of course many trips to Provincetown. We love to travel, to cook dinners together, to meet up with our amazing friends, to dance, play tennis, appreciate good theater and contemporary dance, and to be grateful for the small, every day moments that make up our life together. We appreciate how our differences complement each other, and we strive to encourage each other to be our own selves, while also savoring life’s moments together.”
I’m totally obsessed with these Buddha centerpieces.
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