Lauren and Chris: Chapter One in a life long friendship (with us). Oh, and their wedding.
Ya, I guess the title says it all. Chris and Lauren are absolutely insanely awesome. They’re super funny, really smart, really nice to us, have great families and awesome friends. They enjoyed their wedding so so so so very much. We enjoyed it just as much. Everything was perfect. Absolutely everything.
They were married at The Seaport Hotel, their band was the Marsels. Both utterly rocked.
Thank you so much, you guys. We obviously miss you so much already. We’ll see you soon. Like, soon soon.
To see Chris and Lauren’s engagement shoot click here.
When we met Lauren, she was a guest of a wedding. Ben referred to her as Husky Eyes. I think it's obvious why. Lauren is so beautiful.
Low November sun, a bunch of hot dudes in tuxes? Ben has all the fun.
Limos are for little girls.
My favorite part of this photograph is the fact that Lauren actually did this. It's a totally candid shot.
Chris anxiously awaiting his bride. So sweet I can't stand it.
Mama's first glance at her baby walking down the aisle. Call your mother.
Long recognized for its strategic location, the fort on Castle Island helped protect Boston from British attack during the War of 1812. Today? Awesome place for formals.
What? I was making sure Lauren was doing it right.
Perfect, perfect, perfect windy November day.
I love this series of Lauren and her brother and sister.
sick, sick, sickkkkkk shot by Mr. Ben Wight.
meet the hot new version of The Statue of Liberty.
I hid out with the crew in the back before they were announced.
I love this. Chris' uncle has a wedding tradition where he makes everyone sing and pump their fists during the cake cutting. It was very, very funny.
Hitched Studios' advice to brides and grooms: enjoy. your. wedding.
This shot is significant. This is (hilariously enough) Chris' signature move; jumping from all fours. I caught him in mid air last year when he was a wedding guest. He saw that shot, he hired us. Rock.
Oh, and one last piece of advice: When the band asks you, the bride, to come up and sing with them and you can't sing? Get up there and sing like your life depended on it.