Today, I am thrilled to share the magical experience of Maegan and Matt’s sunrise engagement session at the picturesque Boston Public Garden. The early morning hours offer a sense of tranquility that can’t be beat. We had the entire place to ourselves with the exception of a few ducks (and squirrels!). As the world was waking up, the Boston Public Garden transformed into a tranquil oasis. We were surrounded with blooming flowers and lush greenery.
The Gardens boast a myriad of stunning backdrops for Maegan and Matt’s engagement photos. From the charming footbridge and blooming flower beds to the tranquil pond. I had so much fun waking up early for these two to capture them naturally in their element. They easily laughed, and embraced, without the worry of onlookers or bustling crowds.
Why You Should Choose the Boston Public Garden for Your Engagement Session
The Boston Public Garden is a historic and iconic public park located in the heart of Boston. Established in 1837, it holds the distinction of being the first public botanical garden in the United States. Spanning 24 acres, the Public Garden is a cherished green space that offers a serene and picturesque escape from the bustling city.
The meticulously maintained gardens showcase a diverse array of flora and vibrant seasonal flowers. With the iconic swan boats, footbridge and beautiful statues, this location makes for the perfect backdrop.
I can’t wait to get these two cuties married later this year at Lakeview Pavillion.
If you enjoyed this Boston Public Garden engagement session, then you should take a peek at Lauren & Connor’s Boston Seaport session.