Swansea, MA | Boston Wedding Photographer
Silvester & Cindy have a bond that pours from their hearts. From the moment I met them they could not stop gazing at eachother. All the way to the moment he watched her as she glided down the isle. He barely blinked. Their 300 guest wedding was nothing short of gorgeous. The love that poured from the hearts of all the guest was shared during the reception as friends and family gave their toast to the bride and groom. The first dance with dad brought tears to Cindys eyes as they shared in a once in a lifetime moment. It was such an honor to photograph this elegant dream wedding.
Here is a little back story of the bride and groom as told by Cindy.
The Proposal: On our first date, when Silvestre brought me home, we sat on a bench that my father built for my sister’s wedding over 10 years ago. The bench was near a stream that runs through my back yard and it was here that we shared our first kiss and he told me, I know this sounds crazy but I am sure we are going to get married someday. On this very same bench, around the exact same time of year my father built that bench years ago, Silvestre asked for my hand in marriage in July of 2016. I was in running shorts and a t-shirt, just the way he liked me, with no make-up and my hair looking crazy. He got down on one knee and said a lot of things and all I could remember is that his mouth was moving and my heart was stopping. We sat and talked about our relationship and our future as husband and wife on that bench, until the sun came up.
Thank you to the creative team that made this day possible!
Photography: Teranie Tirado- New Life Photography
Jen & Jon Wedding
Thank you to the creative team: Flowers by Herbert E. Berg Florist Venue | Food- Pleasant Valley Country Club | Band- Men In Black 2 | Hair & Makeup- Christina Mastro Invitations- Minted | Bridal Gown- Maggie Sottero Designs | Cake- Bean Counter Coffee Bar and Bakery | Mens suits- Men’s Wearhouse and Tux | Photobooth- PixelPod Photo Booth | Officiant- Tara Phillips
Bride tells the story: We met online. Our first date was going to be just a quick coffee date, which turned into a 7hr date in Boston (the coffee shop was not in Boston, we just decided to go there on a whim). Without an agenda, we walked all over the city and landed in Faneuil hall. We at dinner Anthem Kitchen and Bar and we go there on our anniversary. We also have a tradition of buying Christmas ornaments in Faneuil hall every time we go there. We both knew on our first date we were going to get married, but neither of us said it of course. He proposed at home, down on one knee.
Cheers to the newlyweds! It was an honor being your wedding photographer. – Teranie Tirado