10 locations for Boston engagement portraits
Are you wondering where to take your engagement portraits? Here are my 10 favorites, in no particular order.
The oldest public park in the U.S., the Boston Common offers an unassuming backdrop to this historic setting for your love story.
Boston Public Garden
The first public botanical garden in the U.S. is a beautiful backdrop for portraits of all kinds.
Acorn Street is the most photographed street in the U.S., even though it is private property. This residential street is always flooded with tourists, and photographers. We will find a beautiful, unassuming way of making timeless engagement portraits in this charming and historic neighborhood.
Christopher Columbus Park
This waterfront park in Boston's North End neighborhood has a gorgeous trellis. The trellis is covered in lights during the winter months, and then covered in greenery during the warmer months.
Boston Harborwalk runs along the Seaport District with spectacular views of the city skyline.
CHARLES RIVER ESPLANADE
The Esplanade runs 3 miles along the Boston side of the Charles River, with lagoons, trees, boat docks, and scenic sunsets.
Established in 1872, this 281 acre preserve in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood offers a wide variety of beautiful backdrops. The Arboretum has one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of temperate woody plants.
East Boston has gorgeous views of downtown Boston, especially at sunset.
Bars and breweries
Ask their permission first of course. This can be a fun way to relive your first date, or favorite place as a couple.
You know the spot. Cozy at home makes for a very personal engagement experience.