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Beacon Hill is such an iconic spot for an engagement session, and there’s very good reason! Caty and Rory went to the same college but never really knew one another at that point, but Rory had always crushed on her! A few years after graduation they matched on Bumble and planned their first date where Caty showed up 45 minutes late (oops). Soon after, Caty decided to move to Chicago solo, and they went their separate ways… Until the pandemic hit. Rory decided on night in July, with some liquid courage to reach out to Caty. After a few texts back and forth and a sweet phone call, they’ve been together ever since. Rory planned a beautiful proposal where he had hired a guitar player to perform as a disguised Street performer at the BU Bridge (a spot where they have a lock of love at!).
It was such a gloomy night, and we just beat a rain downpour both before and after the session. We began wandering around their neighborhood snapping some photos along the streets. Once we finished up, we climbed up to their apartment rooftop and danced around while taking in the views of the city from above. It was seriously such a fun time, and I could immediately feel how comfortable and happy they were up there together. They told me they even spend winter nights up on that rooftop bundled up – just loving the views! Beacon Hill was such a fantastic engagement session location for the two of them.
Caty and Rory are keeping up the Boston trend and hosting their wedding at Warehouse XI in Somerville. I’ve always wanted to shoot at this industrial style wedding venue, and I am so excited to see how they transform the space to fit their vibe!
If you want more Boston photo inspiration, here’s a fan favorite of a Public Gardens Wedding!