When a rustic setting meets an elegant wedding celebration.
“That’s where I’m going to get married,” Will said. As Maren put it: you don’t mess with a ten-year-old boy’s dream wedding.
Farah Pierre-Louis and George Blount had a city romance – the Cambridge couple met at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and got engaged at their favorite downtown restaurant. But their wedding was a purposefully low-key beach affair, filled with personal touches.
No fuss or frills - how one couple kept their wedding small and simple.
When a wedding is more like a celebration of lasting love and growing family, rather than new beginnings.
How do you keep a big wedding intimate? For Rochelle Ballard and Shelley Stewart, the answer was simple: include everyone.
Everyone loves a birthday surprise. A little over two years ago, on a February night at the Ritz in Oak Bluffs, Sarah Soushek’s surprise was meeting Colin Murphy.
Philbin Beach has always been special to Sarah Shriber and Taylor Ives, who met when they were one and grew up next door to each other.
“We could not be more different, but were the same at the core. It was unbelievable; it was magical. I was hooked. I was madly in love.”