Elegant Boston Wedding At The Alden Castle
Amy and Jason wanted showcase their mutual adoration for classic elegance for their summer wedding at Boston’s beautiful Alden Castle. Soft pinks and whites perfectly matched the decor of the main room and summer mood as guests arrived for the ceremony where the Keros String Quartet greeted them with lively classical music. Amy wanted a refined yet joyful ambience to process down the aisle so an arrangement of “Canon in D” was performed that would elevate in volume and intensity as each member of her wedding party walked in, ultimately revealing the bride in an glorious peek created by the quartet combined with the sweeping doors opening to their adoring guests.
After the cocktail hour in the Modern Club Room, guests were escorted back to the main ballroom for the reception that was expertly executed by the Alden Castle staff led by Cindy Goodman. Guests were treated to a beautiful first dance to “That’s How Strong My Love Is” by Otis Redding as well as heartfelt toasts and cake cutting. The energy in the room was palpable with the guests chomping at the bit to have a chance to dance with the bride and the groom. The excitement and enthusiasm continued to the very last song of Van Morrison’s “Tupelo Honey”.
I invite you to look at more pictures from this wedding by the incredibly talented Carly Michelle Photography.
Venue: Alden Castle; Photography: Carly Michelle Photography; Floral & Design: Foret Designstudio; Stationary: Minted; Ceremony & Cocktail Entertainment:Keros String Quartet; Reception Entertainment: DJ Omari, Keros Entertainment & Nightshift Entertainment