Brittany + Ian, November Love at Colonial Hall, Salem MA
Last November Brittany and Ian tied the knot in the beautiful Salem Waterfront. Salem has so much history and so many quaint areas that are perfect for portraits. From the working harbor, to the beautiful cobblestone and brown brick buildings. It has been preserved perfectly with all of the stunning charm of Comm Ave in downtown Boston, without any of the hassle.
Don't let this "Witch City" fool you. Salem has so much to offer other than the seasonal Halloween delights. Salem boasts plenty of Summertime activities as well as seasonal Christmas time activities. Your guests will have plenty to do. Check out Salem's page www.salem.org to find out what is happening around the time of your wedding.
Brittany and Ian had their ceremony at historic Ames Hall in downtown Salem, MA. With its marble staircase and stained glass windows, this historic building is a reminder of the grandeur of times gone past. Ames Hall has served many purposes over the years, first as a concert and lecture hall, then a gymnasium and most currently as a performing arts center for the Salem YMCA,
We used one of our signature wooden arbors to create a space as a focal point for the Bride and Groom to share their vows. This arbor can be moved and set up anywhere. Adorned with the fabric of your choosing and florals, this creates a WOW moment for your guests and photographer.
Many couples choose to have their formal and family photos taken with the arbors. When used at a location that your ceremony and reception happen at the same place, we often see guests using it for lots of selfies, group shots and couple shots for their instagram feeds and facebook profiles.