A love story that begins with a great first date and whose next chapter of marriage began on a December evening two years later. Old South Meeting House first choice for their wedding, a beautiful and historic non-denominational venue that was walking distance from their home and the Ames Hotel.
After the ceremony we shuttled over the bridge to Kendall Square for a wedding reception and incredibly delicious dinner at West Bridge. Like most winter weddings, this one primarily took place after dark. Using the lights of the city really helped bring the atmosphere of holiday sparkle into the images.
The bride get ready at a beautiful corner suite at the Ames Hotel with her mother and bridal party. A fur jacket and a quick ride over to the Old South Meeting House to begin the ceremony. A traditional New England meeting house, OSMH is a beautiful place to get married and way bigger than it looks from the outside. The night was crisp and sparkly and perfect for a winter evening wedding.
West Bridge received the guests and the food kept coming. A small area was reserved for the dance floor, but guests partied throughout the restaurant, keeping themselves warm and celebrating the couple.
A fun, and truly 21 century Boston wedding. Weaving in historic spaces (the Georgian OSMH, the retrofitted Romanesque Revival of the Ames) and modern ones with exposed brick and beams (West Bridge). Sophisticated, elegant and fun.
Shout out to Maxx for makeup, Hallie for the florals, Greg at 5Star for the keeping the dance floor overflowing, Flour Bakery for cake, Modern Pastry for guest gift take away boxes and Alexis for keeping all the moving parts in order.