Boston's Best Wedding Photography Locations
If you're having a city wedding, Boston has so many beautiful locations for your wedding pictures.
The Public Garden - Located in Back Bay, Boston Common was created as American's first public park. The Public Garden was the first botanical garden meant for beautiful strolls.
Kelleher Rose Garden - Surrounded by Boston's finest historic structures, memorials, community gardens and now serves at the Emerald Necklace Conservatory. Surrounding parks and gardens are a great resource for the local community to picnic and enjoy nature.
Christopher Columbus Park (on the North End) - Small weddings have taken place in Boston's favorite parks. CCP is a beautiful backdrop with scenic views for breathtaking wedding pictures.
Jamaica Pond Bandstand - Also part of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, Jamaica Pond was where the wealthiest residents built their summer homes to escape the city life in the 18th and 19th centuries. It has since then been restored to one of the city's landmarks where the local community gathers for concerts, outdoor fitness with an extraordinary view.
Schoolmaster Hill (Dorchester/West Roxbury) - Restored in the 1990's by the Franklin Park Coalition and Boston Parks Department, it can be accessed from the Walking Loop, or the Valley Gates Parking Lot.
Each park offers its' own piece of Boston's history, with their own beauty and tranquility. Discussing your options with your wedding photographer can help you to get the best pictures by determining the best time of day, lighting and park locations.
Don't forget, you need a permit to have your wedding or wedding photographs taken in Boston's public parks. Apply by clicking here.
Photo Credit: Roberto Farren Photography