Happy Wednesday LDT readers! If you haven't read Susan and Moses' (SuMo) Wedding Part 1, take a glance because you'll find some helpful Do-It-Yourself ideas! On the beautiful sunny yet windy morning of May 15, 2010, Diane and I were the day-of coordinators for SuMo’s aqua and red affair. The gorgeous, bride wore a stunning, strapless, mermaid dress with a sweetheart neckline by Allure and held a all white bouquet made of Hydrangeas, Ranunculus and Freesia. Dana Tran, from Bumble Bee Landing, created all the flowers for the entire wedding party. I would highly recommend her because she’s absolutely fabulous.
The ceremony was held outdoors with the back drop of Boston at the Hyatt Harborside Hotel and the brunch reception was at Rocca Kitchen and Bar. The last stop of the night was at Hai Le Moon restaurant in Chinatown. The very talented photographer, Joshua Behan, captured every moment brilliantly!
SuMo decided on a brunch reception because they wanted an atmosphere that was intimate, fun and budget friendly. The wedding was most definitely one of a kind. Some of the many highlights of the brunch were the three different flavors of Bellini's: Mimosa, Pear, and Blood Orange. The delicious hor' dourves were prepared by Chef Tiffani Faison, who appeared on Bravo’s Top Chef Season 1! The photo-booth with fun props and six different types of cake were from Dessert Worksin Norwood. My most favorite moment of this wedding was when Susan sang Moses a song which was a total surprise to him and the guests.
All the vendors we worked with were phenomenal. A special thanks to Diane for assisting me.
Susan and Moses, I love you both and thank you for allowing me to take part of your wedding. I can see the love you have for one another. It's simply pure, kind, and incredible.
The wedding of SuMo was also featured in one of my favorite blogs, La Belle Bride.