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Recently, on www.massvacation.com, for those that are seeking to say, “I do,” in Massachusetts, we developed a feature to help determine where your picturesque wedding venue could be. With hundreds of venues across the Commonwealth, narrowing down your wedding location and venue can be daunting, but that’s what we’re here for – to help simplify the planning of your experience in Massachusetts!
Whether you’re looking to capture the beautiful reds, yellows, and golds of a memorably rich fall day flourished with foliage; to experience a castle set against a snowy, winter wonderland; to walk along a beach garnished with a floral trellis; or to witness a mesmerizing sunset as you sail into the harbor; in Massachusetts, all of our seasons help shape your picture perfect moment, and our wedding venue search function, as well as our LGTB wedding resources, will certainly help to narrow down your choice.
After the sheer joy of a wedding experience, it’s imperative to be able to look back and reminisce. And, today on MassFinds, coincidentally, we’re going to reminisce and showcase, as we highlight one of Boston’s historically unique and premiere wedding venues, the Boston Public Library.
Jason Liu, a local photographer, came to us as a guest blogger with a few exceptionally well-captured wedding photos, many of which took place at the Boston Public Library.
One of Boston’s most ornately designed spaces, and certainly, one of America’s most definitive landmarks, the Boston Public Library makes for a truly majestic setting, and Liu’s photography, undeniably, captures a promisingly memorable chic wedding experience.
Jason Liu is a local photographer whose work can be seen at www.jliuphotography.com. You can also check out his Flickr page, and follow him on Twitter @jas0nl1u.
Did you experience an out of this world wedding in Massachusetts? If so, tell us in the comments below, or join us on Facebook, and share a few of your memorable photos!
In Massachusetts, it’s “Your day, your way.”