Boston & New England Wedding Photographer Deborah Zoe

Boston & North Shore Wedding Photographer creating timeless imagery for classic New England weddings with a fine art approach.

Featured: Elizabeth Anne Designs and Borrowed & Bleu


Recently I was talking with another industry peer about having your work featured on blogs. We chatted about blogs and how exciting it can be to see some of your favorite images on some of your favorite blogs. But even more important, we chatted about how excited we feel for each of our couples! They work so hard on planning each detail of their day. From the small to the big, these details are a labor of love for each of our couples. To see their hard work recognized and praised can be such a fantastic feeling to a bride. And to know that I've captured their labor of love, their wedding, in a way that truly describes each element of their day, is such a rewarding feeling as a photographer.

Recently several of my couple's weddings have been featured and I am really excited to share them with you here. You've probably already seen their wedding, but check out the features too! It's fun to see how another person sees that wedding differently. To all my couples who have been featured, congratulations! I'm so happy to see your hard work is continuing to bring joy to people well beyond the wedding day!

I was SO excited to see Debs & Alex's beautiful vineyard wedding featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs recently. Mod Cloth bridesmaids dresses, beautiful hydrangea bouquets and a ton of DIY reception details, it's a wedding not to be missed! You can check out the feature here.

Recently Abby and Devin's flower filled engagement session at the Arnold Arboretum was featured on Borrowed & Bleu. You can check out the feature, here.

John and Carisa's beautiful country club wedding was featured on DK Floral. You can check out the feature here and the original feature on Elizabeth Anne Designs, here.

Finally the amazing floral designs of K. Lilly Floral Design were featured on Blue Jeans or Black Tie, but albeit, not recently! You can view the feature here.