Hello and welcome to my blog!
I'm Amy Emily and I'm a New England + Destination Wedding Photographer based in Boston, MA. I'm satisfied in the moments where I've kicked off my heels, grabbed a
cup of coffee, and laughed 'till my sides hurt.
I adore telling the charming and ever-so amazing stories of life. I hope I can be a part
of yours. Look around, share in the joy of others, and remember your story is beautiful.
I’ve been pretty quiet on this blog but not today. Today, I am so excited to share with you images from my first wedding in southern France. Natalie and Jacky’s civil ceremony was on the blog yesterday but today it’s all about their beautiful, southern France wedding in Grignan.
When I asked Natalie if they had a theme for their wedding she said, it’s “Meet Me at the Tree.” She then explained how she started thinking about how a tree has had an important place in human history, from the beginning of time, and will be till the end. Therefore, even though you some of you couldn’t join us in person, I invite you now to meet us by the tree and follow along these images as Jacky and Natalie say their vows on by far the windiest wedding I have ever experienced.
These beautiful cards which Natalie and Jacky used during their First Look are from Of Note Stationers. (I can’t RAVE enough about these cards! Simple, classic, & elegant!)
Amy is a Boston wedding photographer and currently booking destination weddings worldwide. If you are interested in booking a wedding, feel free to email me here!
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A few months ago, as I was photographing Casey and Mike’s beautiful wedding in PA, I was in heaven. I adore their families so much so I nearly fell over with excitement when Sheri (Casey’s sister and bridesmaid) turned to me and said you might have another wedding in our family to photograph as she showed me her STUNNING engagement ring! Since then, I have had the pure joy in getting to know PJ and Sheri even more. We had the best time during their engagement session and now I can not wait till their wedding day to watch all their close family and friends witness their vows to each other!
I asked Sheri how they got engaged she shared the most lovely story. PJ & Zachary (their son) set up the proposal together. Zachary really loves astronomy and one night he wanted to go outside and use his telescope. PJ went outside with him to set it up, and then Zachary ran in to get Sheri saying “come on mom! Quick! You can see the Apollo landing site!” So Sheri went outside and started looking through the telescope. She could not see what they were talking about, so she was getting slightly annoyed. After a few minutes, PJ kept saying, “Babe can’t you see that big rock right there? It’s right there!” As she looked up, he was holding the ring!!! She fell to the ground because she could not believe it! He got down on his knee and asked her to marry him. Did your heart just melt a little…cause mine did! LOVE THEM!
Boston wedding photographer, Amy Emily is currently booking weddings for 2017 dates. If you are reentry engaged, feel free to email her here!
Goodbyes are terrible! There is no real way around them either which annoys me. I have learned a lot since moving to Boston but the hardest lesson I have learned while here is how to say goodbye. This beautiful city is so transient that you can count on at least 1/3 of your friend group changing over every year. This has been gut wrenching and at times, extremely discouraging. Yet with each change brings someone new. Some kind and beautiful soul, that I am baffled I did not know before.
It is my pure joy to introduce you to Ariel. Ariel and I worked together for a little bit this year. Every morning (starting at 5:45am) we would carpool to work and then spend the day talking and laughing. Planning events and crafting gifts for celebrations. She knew all along that she would be leaving come June but yet some how it feels like it sneaked up on me and possibly her. She’s all packed up now and settled into her new home in Israel. I am so proud of her for pursuing her dreams of becoming a rabbi.
With that being said, here are some of portraits of her along the Boston esplanade.