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A beautiful couple, married in beautiful Boston, celebrating at the beautiful Lakeview Pavilion.

         What happens when you mix love, family, Boston, a Rolls Royce and a McLaren in one day? You get Maria & Alessandro's wedding, That's what!

From the initial conversations and the pre-wedding shoot (link below), we knew this was going to be an extravagant event. Naturally, we were excited to capture their day and work some of our very own magic.

Pre wedding shoot in Boston, MA

The day of the wedding both the bride and groom shared the same excitement and nerves that comes with these big moments in life. You were able to feel both the energy and the love at both groom and bride prep, the nerves came on as the moment drew near. What a day this would end up being!

Family and friends started to pour into St. Catherine of Genoa Church, a beautiful church in Somerville, MA. The stage was set for these two to start their journey together, all the was left was for the bride to show up, and boy did she show up. Maria arrived at the church in a pearly white, vintage, Rolls Royce. A prelude - if you will - to what was to come.

Father & Bride at  St. Catherine of Genoa Church in Somerville, MA

Father & Bride at St. Catherine of Genoa Church in Somerville, MA

After the ceremony, the bride and groom headed to the stunning, colonial backdrop of the Boston Commons in the heart of Boston for Formal Pictures. Upon arrival we noticed an Orange colored Mclaren driv ing out of a garage. Our first thought was “how great would it be if we can get the driver to let us use his car for some video?”. Super glad we asked because the driver was not only all for it, but he even let the couple get in! It’s not every day that you are able to be in the heart of Boston, step out of a Rolls Royce and into a Mclaren, simply incredible.

Bride & Groom at the Boston Commons in front of a McLaren.

Bride & Groom at the Boston Commons in front of a McLaren.

Time for the celebration!

Maria & Alessandro chose the stunning Lakeview Pavilion located in Foxborough, MA.  The Stunning backdrops located at Lakeview Pavilion really accented the already photogenic, newlywed couple. The layout was big enough to accommodate all the guest and family comfortably. Speeches were heartfelt, and parent dances were filled with emotion.

Bride & Groom outside Lakeview Pavilion in Foxborough, MA.

Bride & Groom outside Lakeview Pavilion in Foxborough, MA.

We really enjoyed spending the day with Maria and Alessandro. They remind us why we do what we do here at New England Wedding Film, capture the moments that will live forever.

Bride & Groom at Lakeview Pavilion in Foxborough, MA

Bride & Groom at Lakeview Pavilion in Foxborough, MA

Bride prep in Reading, MA

Bride prep in Reading, MA

Groom prep in Norwood, MA

Groom prep in Norwood, MA

Lakeview Pavilion

Lakeview Pavilion

St. Catherine of Genoa Church in Somerville, MA

St. Catherine of Genoa Church in Somerville, MA

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VENUE - Lakeview Pavilion - 45 Lakeview Rd, Foxborough, MA 02035

FLORIST - Rachel Oneil at The Flower Shoppe - 10 Brande Court Reading, MA, 01867

DJ - Lou Auciello Executive Disc Jockey - 100 Cummings Center #248, Beverly, MA 01915

Photographer: Eli Defaria

Limousine: Black tie Limo (800) 624-9990

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This Is the #1 Thing Brides Regret Not Spending *More* Money On

This Is the #1 Thing Brides Regret Not Spending *More* Money On

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"Maybe the 154 Veuve Clicquot mini bottle party favors was a bit of an overspend. And sure, you didn’t need $800 Valentino wedding shoes that you ripped off as soon as the ceremony was over. OK, and fine, you probably shouldn’t have paid a “dresser” for the night whose soul job was to clip in your veil and bustle your gown.

Yeah, it’s no big surprise that couples have some budget regrets. But Zola’s Wedding Planning Survey found that one-third of recently married folks actually wish they spent more money on this one thing: a videographer.  

Yep, 35 percent of couples admit that if they could do one thing over again, they’d go back and hire someone to film their wedding day. But if you heed the wisdom of the crowd, make sure you pick a choice videographer—25 percent of people who did hire videographers still wish they spent more money on the service. That’s something your rarely hear. 

So there you have it: A picture’s worth a thousand words, but a smartly edited video is worth a much bigger slice of your wedding budget." - Dara Katz  of Purewow.com

We get emails all the time asking if we can fix someones wedding film and there is usually nothing we can do. Wedding Films can look like old school home videos or they can look like cinematic Hollywood films, there is a price difference for sure but every bride of ours has said it was worth it.

If you are currently wedding planning we would love to chat. click below to inquire with us about your Wedding Film.