Kate & Danny have shared a love of museums throughout their relationship. Danny even proposed at the Museum of Natural History. So, when it came time to plan their wedding they chose to feature museums prominently in their day.
The ceremony was at the African Meeting House on Beacon Hill at the Museum of African American History. The building was recently renovated and is a gorgeous space for a wedding. The reception was at the Charles River Museum of Industry, whose name also ties in to where Kate & Danny met – the Charles River Creative Arts Program.
The Charles River Museum is a great place to spend a few hours roaming around, let alone a wedding! The space is perfect for a couple who wants to make their wedding their own. Kate used her design skills (she's a jewelry designer) and created the most beautiful and unique centerpieces I have ever seen. Each tablescape was based on a museum they have visited in their travels. Beyond all the details though, Kate & Danny had one of the most heartfelt and downright fun celebrations I've yet to witness. There were plenty of tears and tons of dancing - with and without horse heads.
Beth Bauer stood in for Peter at this wedding, and I was so grateful to have her by my side.
Thank you, Kate & Danny! Peter, Beth & I are so glad to have celebrated with you over this last year.
Ceremony Location: African Meeting House | Reception Location: Charles River Museum of Industry | Dress: BHLDN | Hair & Make-up: Stacey Frasca | Invitations & Paper Goods: Goosefish Press | Florals: Winston Flowers | Caterer: Capers Catering | Bridesmaids Dresses: Amsale | Groomsmen: Baldwin Formals | DJ: Beat Train Productions | Ceremony Music: Sam Stambler – Bluegrass Trio