Once the Museum of Science wedding ceremony and bride and groom portraits were complete, it was time to party. Given the nature of this particular wedding day- it being the Race to the Altar and all- there were news crews on the scene getting the scoop from our couples. When they made it past them, they ventured up to the Skyline Room and d’Arbeloff Suites for their celebration- complete with a grand entrance, dance music, food appropriate to the time of day, and cupcake cutting. They culminated their wedding with a Duck Boat Tour around Boston.
One of our grooms. He and his wife had flown in from Utah for the Boston Marathon. He runs with one natural leg and one prosthetic leg, with the aim of running a marathon in every state. He’s already done 15 marathons in 13 states. While here, they were thrilled to be chosen for a vow renewal ceremony during our wedding marathon.
A chance to say thanks with photos. This day could not have been as amazing as it was if it weren’t for the amazing staff and volunteers of the Museum of Science. As well as all of the professionals who donated their time and talents.
Wedding venue, ceremony site and wedding coordinator extraordinaire: Cheryl Pesakovic from the Museum of Science– Washburn Pavilion, Skyline Room or d’Arbeloff Suite/ Caterer: Wolfgang Puck / Photography: Allegro Photography / Floral Design: Edison from Madison Floral / DJ: Groove Events / Officiants: Elizabeth Gemelli, Helen Kerivan and Michael Backer/ Tours: Boston Duck Tours / Dresses: David’s Bridal / Tux rentals: Russo Tux & Limousine / Sponsors: American Express Travel and Kiss108 FM
Thus concludes the third and final installment of the Race to the Altar story.