Nautical Wedding Rings
Shannon Matos Photography

Nautical Wedding Rings

Kaitlyn and Ken Boyer planned a perfect summer outdoor wedding in the waterfront tent at the Herreshoff Marine Museum located in Bristol, RI. Their ceremony was held at St. Mary's Church located in the downtown seaside town of Bristol, RI.  The bride wore cute stripy sandals with her vintage hand sewn 1930's Esty dress. We love to find new ways to photograph all of the bride's wedding details so we put her wedding rings on a nautical piece of canvas in The Peacock Alley House where she got ready with her mom and four bridesmaids. While photographing the details it gives me a chance to get to know the girls.

Spacious, lightfilled contemporary living with amazing Narragansett Bay views, the Peacock Alley House is owned by the Herreshoff Marine Museum which offers a premier waterfront location for beautiful seaside weddings. The facilities provide a beautiful and historic location for any special event, amidst dozens of exceptional historic Herreshoff boats at a spectacular waterfront property overlooking the historical Bristol Harbor.

Photographer - Shannon Matos Photography

Bride - Kaitlyn MacDonough

Groom - Ken Boyer

Venue - The Peacock Alley House

Location - 169 Hope St., Bristol, RI 02809

Date - August 2017

Season - Summer

Camera - Canon EOS 5D Mark lll

Lens - 100mm 2.8 macro

focal length - 100mm

Shutter Speed - 1/200

Aperture - 4

Iso - 400

Lighting - One on-camera Canon 600RT speed light 

Makeup - Jacquelyn Vokey

Hair - Salon Trio

Flowers -

Copy write information - Shannon Matos Photography 2017

Location: 169 Hope St., Bristol, RI 02809.