Back in June, I photographed Liz and John’s beautiful wedding in Cape Cod. It was one of the highlights of my summer not only because shooting a wedding in Cape Cod has always been on my bucket list but because I got to take my sweet photographer friend Hannah with me. She second shot the wedding with me and we extended our trip so we could enjoy some vacation time!
We extended our trip on the back end so that we would be done with work and could fully embrace relaxing which was so nice! We started our trip in Cape Cod and wandered around most of the cape for a few days. It was a little chilly in June so we didn’t get to enjoy quite as much beach time as I thought we would but it was still so fun having no plan and driving all over. Overall, I think my favorite part of Cape Cod was the gorgeous beaches but my favorite town was Provincetown, or P-Town as they call it in Massachusetts. It was such a quaint town where the neighborhoods and the main strip of shops and food was all in one area. And it was right on the water which makes everything more enjoyable. I absolutely love walkable towns on the water. There’s just nothing better so I highly recommend it if you go!
We also ferried over to Nantucket for a day and I had NO idea what to expect of this nautical town but it blew my expectations out of the water. Pun intended. As soon as you step foot off the ferry, you are on a boardwalk of beach shops, delicious food, and boats everywhere. We didn’t have a car while we were there so we walked all over the main part of town and even Ubered to a really cool brewery called Cisco Brewers. It was unbearably windy and cold so we didn’t last long but we thoroughly enjoyed our frosé as we shivered and a fun band played some old tunes in the background.
We ended our trip in Boston and wow, what a cool city!! I was so impressed with myself for navigating the subway for the first time EVER. It allowed us to see as much of the city as we could in two days without stressing about driving. Anyone who knows me knows I’m horrible with public transportation so this was a big win in my book. Haha! One of my favorite places we went in Boston was a cute café called Tatte with the BEST coffee, food, and atmosphere. Usually cute cafés are lacking in one area but they definitely knew what they were doing. I never knew a BLT could be SO delicious. We also loved the museum called the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. There’s one main courtyard that’s worth the money alone. It’s definitely an Instagrammer’s paradise so if you like that type of thing, you’ll be pleased. Haha! We ended one of our nights up on the rooftop of the Envoy Hotel and the view of the city was insane! It can be hard figuring out what to do on vacation when the sun goes down but a fun rooftop bar is always a good decision.
Our trip was definitely one I will never forget and I hope you enjoy seeing it through the eyes of my camera!! Happy scrolling and if you have any questions, let me know! You can also follow along with my adventures coming up on my Instagram.