Diana and William have known each other for a long time - all the way since high school! On their 10 year anniversary, they took a trip to London, Paris and Rome. While they were watching the beautiful light show at the Eiffel tower, William pulled out a small box. Diana burst into tears of joy as the moment she had been waiting for had finally come! The rest as they say is history.
"William asked me "Did you enjoy the sparkles of the Eiffel Tower?".
When I said that I did, he told me "Well, I have a sparkle for you too."
The bridal party started their day by getting ready at the Eliot Hotel in Boston. Their rooms were full of friends and family getting their hair and makeup done, as well as helping Diana into her dress. Diana chose a beautiful Tara Keely ivory gown with a lace elongated bodice, sweetheart neckline with scallop detail, and a tiered tulle skirt. Her shoes were a pair of Badgley Mischka heals that had a crystal accented detail on the toe strap. Jenny Luu did a phenomenal job on all of the bridal party's makeup. The party's makeup stayed flawless all the way through the night.
Venue: Gardens at Elm Bank
Planner: Mikado Weddings
Makeup Artist: Jenny Luu
Florist: Haus Of Blooms
Bridal Gown: Tara Keely
Wedding Rings: Leon Ohanian & Sons
Transportation: Ludwigs Limosine
Caterer: China Pearl
Dessert: Kane's Donuts
Lighting: CJC Lighting
Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas
After everyone was beautiful and ready, we all took a ride in the trolley to the Boston Public Common Garden, where Diana and William met for a first look. Although it was a busy day in the park, we were able to capture beautiful portraits of the bride and groom, as well as the bridal party.
Leaving Boston, we headed to the always beautiful Elm Bank Gardens in Wellesley. The gardens were full of beautiful flowers and foliage. The ceremony site was fully decorated with floral pieces from the Haus of Blooms.
After the exchange of 'I do's, the wedding party and guests headed over to the cocktail hour located in the gardens. Hor d'oeuvres were passed around as everyone was congratulating Diana and William over drinks.
The majority of the details of the reception come from all the hard work and creativeness of Diana. She worked tirelessly with her bridal party to create all of the DIY details. China Pearl catered a ten course meal, finished with cake and Kane's donuts for dessert. Following dinner, the night was full of cheers and laughter as Diana and William went from table to table, toasting their new adventures as husband and wife. The evening ended with a sparkler send off.
Enjoy all the details created by the bride and groom for this beautiful wedding at the Gardens of Elm Bank. Everything about this wedding is just pure perfection. Thank you Diana and William for allowing us to document your most important day. We were so honored!