While we are devotees of all the beautiful spots on Long Island, there
are a few other lovely locations that we love to visit when couples
tempt us away from our home territory. And one of these is the amazing
Public Gardens in the heart of the city of Boston.
The picture-perfect spot is full of both beauty and history. The Boston
Public Garden was designed and created in 1837 by philanthropist Horace
Gray as the first public garden in the United States. The Victorian Era
was one of the first to truly celebrate gardeners as artists, and the
stately design of the Public Garden reflected that with vast displays of
flowers and imported, exotic trees. Today, the tradition of Victorian
gardening lives on, making the Public Garden one of the loveliest places
for an engagement shoot on the East Coast.
There are so many beautiful spots to visit here. The Lagoon and the Frog
Pond are pretty no matter the time of year that you visit, whether
gleaming in the sunlight or sparkling with ice. And if you’re feeling a
little playful, there are the Swan Boats, which have been a Public
Garden attraction for over 100 years. Dozens of paths meander through
the flower beds and tree-lined avenues, taking the two of you on your
own private, romantic adventure. And just outside the garden wait the
busy downtown streets of old Boston, paved with cobblestones and lined
with historic brownstones.
Filled with the perfect combination of colonial charm and Victorian
elegance, the Boston Public Garden is the perfect backdrop to some of
the most special photos of your life.
Are you ready to capture beautiful memories at the Boston Public Garden?
Book your engagement photography now!
Boston Public Garden
4 Charles St
Boston, MA 02114