The video and photos from Mike and Jamie’s wedding day are all from the talented team at The Harris Company. Check them out!
At the Ames, Jamie and her gals had hair done by Jen Tawa and makeup by Jana Lamas. The photography team was there to capture it all, including cards exchanged between the couple before they each got dressed. With the help of her sister, Jamie slipped on her Carolina Herrera gown just in time for the limo from Met Boston to arrive to head to the church.
The ceremony itself, a full mass, was personal and traditional at the same time, thanks to officiant Pat Nolan, a Deacon who has known the couple for many years. Our job was to stand guard at the back doors, keeping the hordes of tourists from entering the building. It’s such an old church that there’s actually no bathroom inside, and guests trotted across the street to a nearby fire station if they had to use the facility during the service.
Jamie & Mike enlarged some of their stunning engagement photos and lined the entry walkway with them, making the space truly feel theirs as guests entered the 35th floor of the State Street building. Guests could also sign the guestbook, a custom photo book, throughout the night and find their escort cards in the Great Room mezzanine during cocktail hour.
Guests kept the dance floor packed except for a brief break when the photo and video team gathered everyone for a same-day edit of Jamie & Mike’s video. People laughed and cheers and a few tears were shed. Then everyone jumped up to dance the rest of the night away.