Chic + Modern Downtown Wedding

Simple elegance is what this graphic designer bride (she designed the invites herself!) had in mind for her late-summer Boston wedding, held at the sleek Ritz-Carlton Boston Common. Ann and Dave pulled it off, with all-white arrangements and bouquets by private florist William Mizuta and a breathtaking lace gown from Monique Lhuillier. White pillar candles and clear glass vases kept the evening sparkling and completed the contemporary look while also infusing warmth. The only source of color–navy bridesmaids dresses from Priscilla of Boston–are a bold, graphic element in the airy scheme. Photos from Kate Rose Photography capture the minimalist design that’s anything but stark and cold. Ann says everyone spent most of the night dancing to music by Soho, which meant the couple and their guests burned off enough calories to indulge in a four-tier dessert from Cakes to Remember. We think this whole affair is something to remember!

Lace Bridal Gown With Crystal AccentsClassic Bridal Updo With Curls

Classic White Aisle RunnerWhite Ceremony Arch With Candles

Boston Hotel Wedding Kate Rose

Navy Blue Bridesmaids Dresses

Wedding Couple Portrait Kate Rose Photography 1Wedding Couple Portrait Kate Rose Photography 2

Sleeveless Lace Bridal Gown 2

Round Reception Tables With Bamboo Chairs

Tall White Floral Arrangement With Candles and Place CardsSleek Four Tier Round Wedding Cake

Soft Gold Table Linens

Ballroom Wedding First DanceBoston Wedding Kate Rose Photography

Photography – Kate Rose Photography \ Venue, Day-of Coordination and Catering – Ritz-Carlton Boston Common \ Floral – William Mizuta \ Bakery – Cakes to Remember \ Band – Soho \ Calligraphy – Jan Boyd Calligraphy \ Linens – Table Toppers \ Ceremony Musician – Peter Clemente \ Makeup Artist – Lynne Avallone \ Bridesmaids Dresses – Priscilla of Boston \ Gown – Monique Lhuillier \ Bridal Salon – Madeleine’s Daughter \ Jewelry – M. Flynn \ Shoes – Kate Spade \ Suit – Custom by Southwick from Drinkwaters \ Letterpress Printing – Mike Dacey of Repeat Press