Whitney and Chris got married on the most gorgeous day in the most gorgeous of ways. They opted to forgo a traditional wedding guest list in favor of a small, intimate wedding that focused on their closest friends and family. And with a guest list of just 35, the world was their oyster!
Following a beautiful and moving ceremony in the Boston Public Garden on a perfect Spring day, guests hopped into Ubers and headed for Menton, arguably the finest option in luxury dining in Boston.
Krissy Price, owner of Boston Pollen decorated the private dining room at Menton with lux seasonal florals and fruits as the staff at Menton chilled Aubry Champagne and mixed signature "Little Devil" cocktails for guests upon arrival.
The James Beard nominated restaurant crafted an amazing four-course meal consisting of fresh oysters and crudo, delicious Wagyu beef and even a special banana creme pie (the groom's favorite.) And perfectly synchronized service guaranteed that everyone was served their courses within moments of one another.
As the wine flowed and the hours ran late, the laughter grew louder, and Connie Miller of Studio Atticus Photography captured every beautiful moment, particularly the beauty of the bride's custom-made wedding dress from designer Delphine Manivet.
Thank you, Whitney and Chris, for allowing us to join you on your wedding planning journey. Your wedding was so beautiful, graceful and moving and we were so grateful to be a part of it.