Marni and Bruce’s wedding at the Commander’s Mansion in Watertown, MA kicked off the first of our July events.
The early evening ceremony took place just outside the mansion in the beautiful grape arbor. Rabbi Joe Eiduson officiated a lovely traditional Jewish wedding ceremony for the loving young couple.
The couple said their vows under a Birchwood Chuppah decorated with sheer white fabric and breathtaking flowers. Equally beautiful floral bouquets hung from elegant gold chivari chairs along the aisles.
With the comfort of her guests in mind, Marni had personalized bottled waters available, along with hand-decorated fans.
Following the ceremony, cocktail hour was held inside the mansion. O’Malley’s Floral Expressions did a wonderful job adorning the mantels with roses and baby’s breath along with the black and white vintage-looking photos of Marni and Bruce.
Each parlor offered a different food station for guests to indulge in, while they signed Marni and Bruce’s hand-crafted guestbook, and enjoyed the live pianist and sax duo. The reception took place outside in a beautifully decorated tent. The sweetheart table was absolutely stunning, along with the tent itself, which was adorned with lights across the top creating a very romantic atmosphere.
Once the bridal party was introduced, Marni and Bruce went into their first dance as husband and wife. Immediately following, everyone flooded the dance floor for the traditional Hava Nagila. And what a blast that was!
We were honored to be a part of Marni and Bruce’s special day!
Tent Lighting: DesignLight