Mass Audobon Engagement | Jill & Jason | Marshfield, MA

Jill and Jason’s engagement session was one of the many sessions I had back in October and it was pure perfection! The weather was perfect, the setting was beautiful and the light was golden!  We walked all around the Mass Audobon State Park in Marshfield chasing the light and the perfect fall colors the trees provided.

Getting to know them was so much fun! We laughed nearly the whole entire session! Their love shows in each photo taken of them and it is so exciting for me that I was there to capture that love and laughter! They truly made my job so easy this night! Every time they said “I dont like being infront of the camera, or I don’t know what I am doing..” I proved them wrong {and I may have screamed a few times behind the camera from the awesomeness they were giving me!}.

These two are getting married at The Bournedale Function Facility in Plymouth, MA next fall and I am already so excited to see them again!! { You can see a Bournedale Wedding I recently captured, here– I can’t wait to go back there again}  I love their engagement story too, so I had to share what Jill said below! It is pure perfection and if you love the theater, this one is for you!!

The Proposal Story: “We go to a lot of shows in Boston. Before a show in June, I went to the bathroom and when I came back, he told me that someone was selling raffle tickets for a private tour of the Wang Theatre and he got one. I didn’t think much of it and then a few weeks later, he sent me a screenshot of an email from the Wang saying that he’d won a tour on July 8th at 12:00. That day, we went to the theatre and met Ashley who was giving us the tour. While we were on the stage, Ashley pointed out the photographer in the mezzanine taking pictures of the new seats that were
being installed. She took us up to that area and explained that people could buy plaques for these seats. She also suggested that we look at the view from this section, particularly from seat 105. We walked down the aisle and when we got to 105, I read a plaque that said, “Jill will you marry me? Love Jay.” The “tour” had been a set up, and Jay and Ashley had been emailing for weeks arranging this day. If that all weren’t enough, Jay explained the ring: three stones- one from his grandmother’s ring, one from my grandmother’s ring, and a new stone. After the Wang, he had another surprise- a party at his aunt’s house with our friends and family.” – Jill


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A New England based photographer, chaser of that perfect light, lover of holiday eves and all things pumpkin!  My favorite color is TEAL (and anything light blue). To this day, I love me a good BSB/NSYNC reception dance party and I can not wait to meet you! 

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