Rachel Kashdan is a staff writer at Boston, covering interior design and weddings online and within Boston Home and Boston Weddings. She studied journalism at Boston University and has previously written for ElleDecor.com, Veranda.com, and Metro.
The revamped dwelling features large expanses of glass that lead to a vast outdoor space.
Most waterfront properties pale in comparison to this quirky dwelling, set on a pier.
In the back of the home? A pergola-covered patio, complete with a stone pizza oven.
The recently-renovated home boasts an adorable yard and a roofdeck with harbor views.
We’re not sure who is more adorable: this couple, or their dog.
Their friends surrounded them aboard other vessels to watch the socially distanced ceremony.
After COVID-19 postponed their celebration, the bride and groom were married by their planner at his parents’ home.
The ultra-romantic restaurant celebration featured just 20 guests.
Loungewear, booze, and plenty of eats.
A child psychiatrist and a social-justice educator weigh in.
From dropping off gifts and décor to live streaming an erotic dance class.
Known as the Mainstay Collective, a group of top local vendors is joining forces to offer dreamy elopements and intimate celebrations.