After our first look, we all boarded the trolley (including our chihuahua, Bruce Banner) and headed downtown for our bridal party portraits. The city of New Bedford is rich with history and wasn’t lacking in gorgeous backgrounds of dark brick and rich stone, cobblestone streets, and wrought iron accents as well as our very own Whaling Museum.
We wanted our photos to feel like home, and I think we accomplished just that.
Given that New Bedford is a very small city where everyone knows your name and your business, we were sure we’d run into some people we knew. Literally five minutes into the shoot, we saw two of our wedding guests, one of my coworkers, AND my best friend’s dad—the city mailman! We ushered him onto our “set” and made him pose with us.
Photos (unless otherwise noted) by James F. Reilly
Next on The NewlyJets: Our $400 trolley gets its 15 minutes of fame!
Previously on The NewlyJets:
- The Rehearsal
- The Night Before
- The Wake-Up Call
- The Ladies Get Ready
- The Guys Get Ready
- The Dress
- The Bridezilla
- The First Look
- New Bedford
- Quality Assurance Manager for Handbag Co.
- Wedding Date:
- Bittersweet Farm, Westport, MA