6 Ways to Make Your Wedding More Wonderful
Making your wedding day memorable is one of the most exciting parts of planning a wedding. Here are 6 ways to make your wedding more wonderful, so you and your guests will walk away with enough memories to last a lifetime.
Luxurious reception and accomodations at Hotel Marlowe – Boston, MA
Add whimsy and ethereal wonder to your wedding, day or night. For couples looking for a vibrant boutique venue that lifts their wedding day to divine heights, Hotel Marlowe is an enchanting choice. They’ll pamper up to 200 of your guests with warm hospitality, luxurious accommodations, lovely views, and exceptionally prepared local cuisine by Executive Chef Jay Silva of Bambara Kitchen & Bar. The secluded, newly renovated courtyard at Hotel Marlowe allows you to say “I Do!” as well as dine and dance with your guests beneath the open sky, just over the Charles River in Cambridge. This venue allows you to tailor your wedding, indoors and out, and celebrates your unique aesthetic.
Our favorite package? Their To the Moon and Back package. Hotel Marlowe’s new armillary sculpture will be illuminated in the colors of yours choice as you walk down the aisle or dance in the courtyard. Your love story can be projected on the hotel’s façade, showcasing memorable moments, and your anniversary will be commemorated with a custom paver in our courtyard sitting area.
Endless options at BESWOON – Portland, ME
Still in the early planning stages of your wedding? Save the date – Saturday, March 26th for a unique bridal showcase to find your inspiration. BESWOON is an event where you can explore, experience, and enjoy what wedding professionals have to offer.
This curated bridal showcase is staged to feel like a real wedding. At this event, you can explore three different wedding themes, all designed by amazingly talented wedding professionals. Enjoy delicious food + drinks from the best catering companies, listen to music from talented bands/musicians/DJs, view gorgeous floral designs, stunning lighting options, and just get a feel for what YOU want to create for your own wedding day. Bring your fiancé or have a fun night out with your friends, just don’t forget your tickets!
Customized dream weddings at Sheraton Commander – Cambridge, MA
Looking to completely customize your wedding day? Create your dream wedding at the Sheraton Commander Hotel located in historic Harvard Square. This intimate and exclusive setting allows couples to enjoy the privilege of being the only event taking place at the hotel per day (which is rare to come by!) Experience timeless ballrooms and delicious menus for you and up to 220 guests. To learn more about what the Sheraton Commander has to offer, please visit www.sheratoncommander.com.
Gorgeous city back drop at Royal Sonesta – Boston, MA
Nothing can compare to your promise of love in front of friends, family and a perfect backdrop of the city in which you fell in love! Capture the magic of your wedding by playing off the romantic sparkle of the Boston skyline. A wedding at Royal Sonesta Boston puts your love, and your guests, front and center to overlook the Charles River making for a spectacular waterfront wedding. Complemented by an array of newly-renovated indoor and outdoor venues that are ideal for either a small, intimate affair or a lavish, enchanted to-do, Royal Sonesta Boston offers the perfect combination of New England charm and modern elegance. From deliciously prepared cuisine and intimate, one-on-one service, Royal Sonesta Boston takes care of every detail before adding a few delightful touches of their own! While you are counting the ways you adore your spouse-to-be, might we suggest you also count the reasons to honeymoon at Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach?
Delicious dishes that your guests will remember for years to come from Capers Catering – Boston, MA
For over 20 years, award-winning Capers Catering has been an innovator the Boston catering market with unique spins on classic dishes, event design, and presentations. Owner and author, Emma Roberts and her team of experienced event professionals enjoy establishing long term relationships with each client. Capers’ prides itself on responsive customer service and care for the environment.
They believe that locally sourced seasonal ingredients make for sensational meals. That is the reason Kevin, the executive chef, has spent time building relationships with many farmers and artisanal partners. Capers menus are handcrafted and capitalize on the value and integrity of each dish. They source their ingredients from local dairy farmers, produce farmers, artisan cheeses makers, brewers, fish mongers, poultry and livestock farmers, bee keepers and many more neighboring artisans.
Capers excels in listening to client’s ideas and objectives, creating customized farm-to-table menus and event plans for executing even the most ambitious signature styles. Pushing the boundaries of design and culinary expressions are a hallmark of the company. To learn more about Capers Catering please visit www.caperscatering.com.
Your wedding day hair, perfected – Salon Eva Michelle, Boston, MA
Your hair style for the big day should fit your overall wedding day vibe. Salon Eva Michelle on Newbury Street can help you determine your bridal style, and their stylists will make sure you have fun during the process. Pictured here are classic, romantic, vintage, and modern looks. The stylists adore creativity when it comes to wedding hair, so think outside the box! The goal is always to customize your look for your wedding day. Owners Michelle Lee and Eva Mustafai are both Best of Boston winners who joined forces in 2011 to build a full service, high end hair salon on Boston’s famed Newbury Street. The principal stylists at the salon are focused on continuing education and training with the latest industry techniques, products, trends and styles. Step inside their beautiful, modern space and be transformed for your big day! For more information, or to book an appointment please visit www.salonevamichelle.com.
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