History was front and center for the wedding of Tiffany and Samantha with a ceremony at Boston’s North Church and a reception at the Omni Parker House, one of the oldest hotels in the city. We love having a theme to design to and happily embraced the inspiration of the historic North Church, the
signal lanterns in the church steeple, and silversmith Paul Revere who took to his saddle to ride through the night and warn the colonists the time had come to take a stand for freedom. To commemorate, our wedding couple hunted down vintage footed silver trophy cups for the centerpieces. We filled the one-of-a-kind cups with lush blooms with cream and blush roses and peonies that echoed the bride’s luxurious bouquet. Centerpieces were partnered with glowing lanterns and leather-framed table numbers. The bride’s bouquet was a love note written in flowers with a mix of roses and grand peonies. But no revolution this time around; on this day, the activity at two of the city’s oldest gathering places was all about love! Best wishes, Tiffany and Samantha!
Flowers: Copper Penny Flowers
Photographer: Siri Jones Photography
Venue: Omni Parker House