Renee Tsao and Robert Padavick at the Historic Commander's Mansion in Watertown, MA

Renowned wedding photographer Heather Parker captures a vibrant, multi-cultural wedding under a rainbow of autumn leaves at the historic Commander's Mansion in Watertown, MA.

Boston, MA, October 31, 2008 --( The mansion held the energy and excitement for the bride and groom. Its always a pleasure to record the historic life changing event of a couple in love. The Commander's Mansion was built in 1865 and is lavishly decorated with marble fireplaces, ornately carved moldings, and a magnificent Victorian veranda. Guests are able to step back in time, weaving their way through the grand foyer, elegant, sweeping staircase, and charmingly-restored rooms.

With intricate details throughout, the mansion is a classic example of Italian Victorian architecture. Rich autumn leaves painted the trees and decorated the grounds, perfectly complimenting the bride's traditional Chinese, red wedding dress. The mansion which boasts a rectangular grape arbor, sits adjacent to the Charles River on six richly landscaped acres, providing privacy and natural beauty not commonly found so close to Boston in recent times.


Heather Parker is a nationally recognized photographer redefining the art of wedding photography. She uses a non-traditional approach, focusing on creating images in an editorial, story-telling fashion.
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