The pure and effortless love that this couple has for one another is undeniable! This wedding took place in a beautiful museum, with art and beauty surrounding them, they had the honor of committing themselves to one another in front their family and friends. The first look had us all in our feels and made the way for such a stunning day for these two! We hope that you enjoy getting a small glimpse into this couples love story. Happy Scrolling!
From the Photographer: After getting ready, we began with a private first look between Emily and Alex. Alex started to tear up as soon as he saw Emily. It was such a sweet moment and she was truly a vision with the biggest smile on her face at the sight of Alex. After a few minutes together, we took some couples portraits and then rolled into bridal party and family photos. The bright cranberry dresses that the ladies wore, the florals with hints of red and blush, and the black tuxes on the guys all popped against the neutral cream classic architecture of the columns.
They tied the knot at Harvard’s Memorial Church in a beautiful ceremony. The ceremony was emotional, full of joy and some laughter, and incredibly sweet. Emily and Alex had loved ones do readings and present the gifts for communion, adding a personal touch to every part of the ceremony. And they couldn’t have been happier as they walked back down the aisle as husband and wife!
From the Photographer: Emily & Alex’s Harvard Art Museum wedding in mid-September was an elegant black tie affair that embraced modern touches for a chic city soiree. They were married at Harvard’s Memorial Chapel and then they danced the night away at their beautiful reception held in the Harvard Art Museum. Emily & Alex are smart, kind, funny, and constantly cracking jokes together. They love to laugh and are incredibly thoughtful and this resulted in a
wedding that included their loved ones all throughout the day.
From the Photographer: One of the coolest things about getting married at the Harvard Art Museum, besides the space itself being absolutely beautiful, is that the couple can head into the museum early for portraits in the galleries. And then during cocktail hour, all of their guests can stroll through the galleries, enjoying the art on display. The reception space was elegant and romantic with florals in gold vases and a long head table draped in garland. They each added a personal element to the reception: Alex made sure beer was available from his employer Samuel Adams and Emily’s love of cake was reflected in a dessert bar of cakes in a variety of flavors and decoration.
photographer: Lynne Reznick Photography / venue: Harvard Art Museums / floral designer: Poppy Floral Designs / dress boutique: Allegria Bridal / dress designer: Enaura Bridal / cake designer: Sweet Tooth Boston / makeup artist: Petal Blush Beauty / hair stylist: Petal Blush Beauty / mens formalwear: BlankLabel / film lab: Photovision / stationery – Gus & Ruby Letterpress / band – The Buzz Boston / bridesmaids dresses – Dessy / catering – The Catered Affair