Theirs made history. The first wedding to ever be allowed at the Museum of Fine Arts after their addition of the Art of the Americas wing, Christine and Rob exchanged vows in front of over 250 friends and family in the breathtaking Koch Gallery. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Rotunda under the paintings of John Singer Sargent, celebrated with dinner and dancing in the Shapiro Courtyard, and enjoyed a cake replica of the LOVE sculpture.
Our good friends at Boston Wedding Films created this stunning highlight clip in addition to filming the event. It was a true honor to plan and be a part of this magical event.
The wedding ceremony was featured in Boston Weddings Magazine.
For Casey and Kyle, Cape Cod was their special place. And what could be more quintessential Cape Cod than a gorgeous summer’s wedding oceanside on the South Lawn at Chatham Bars Inn? Casey’s style and good taste emulated throughout every detail of the wedding, and their friends and family did not disappoint on the dance floor!
Annie and Adam were a beautiful couple. Camp sweethearts, they had a strong vision for what they wanted on their wedding day: an intimate evening of family and dear life-long friends to celebrate their love. It was a joy to plan their wedding as I had already had the privilege of planning Annie’s older sister’s wedding a few years prior. The evening at L’Espalier in Boston was filled with meaningful traditions and details, accented with gorgeous orchid centerpieces , dramatic smoked glass, and a stunning multi-course menu by award-winning chef Frank McClelland.