Boston Wedding Photographer | Stephanie Vegliante Photography
The Glen Manor House lends itself to a European feel with a romantic edge which is often times hard to find in New England, but Ynes and Bradford transformed the property with pops of color in their florals so beautifully that it took on a new look. Their florals were full of pops of color with vintage accents, the fireplaces were adorned with gorgeous greenery and roses, and their details fit perfectly. Hailing from the West Coast it wasn’t until a few weeks before their wedding day that they were able to see where they would be exchanging vows. Seeing everything come together and watching Ynes light up as she walked onto the property was a treat.
Ynes and Bradford exchanged vows privately before their ceremony in the side garden and it was one of my favorite moments that I’ve ever been able to capture on a wedding day. They read them to one another then spent some private time soaking in the excitement. Ynes’ Lebanese roots shined when her family who had traveled all the way from Lebanon, got on the dance floor. Every guest was dancing from the moment the music started playing, offering the most incredible dance party. The vintage tones, the classic Katherine meets Audrey look of Ynes’ styling, and the overall European feel of the day was breathtaking and I’m so glad to have taken part in their day!