Ve nu e s
A beautiful Cake, Candlelight and
Sparklers can mean only one thing -
Summertime! Do it up for your
summer wedding, from rented Limo
Coaches and Trolleys to planned
sightseeing tours for your guests, to
glorious summer Florals, Tablescapes
and Invitations for your Ceremony
and Reception. Knock everybody’s
socks off with your flair and
imaginative design. Your Reception
fun will begin with your cool and
creative Signature Drinks, and end
with your triumphant designer Late
Night Snack Stations.
by: Patrick McNamara
ring on the warm weather! Like Fenway
Park, Summer breezes, drives in the
countryside and along the coast, we New
Englanders love our glorious summertime
weddings, don’t we? From the golden mid-day
sun to clear starry nights, WE-CAN’T-GETENOUGH.
The aroma of Clambakes, the creativity
of Summer Hors d’oeuvres & Displays, Sizzling
Summer Entrées, Glistening Drinks, Imported
Beers and Wines at the Bar, the dazzle of Fireworks
- what could be better? Bring your own warm
weather wedding to a creative crescendo with the
best that only summertime can offer! Y
Festive Bistro Lighting, blooming annuals and perennials, lush ambiance and an architectural gem of a Pergola, make the Terraces at DoubleTree
by Hilton Boston Bedford Glen, 781-276-7551, a great location for your gorgeous one-of-a-kind Ceremony. Follow it up with your Reception
featuring the creative cuisine of Executive Chef, Jayson DeMarco – customizing to your tastes. It’s win-win for you and your guests. Don’t forget
to ask Gina Manganiello, Director of Catering, about their really great Wedding Room Block rates for your out-of-towners!
8 NEW ENGLAND BRIDE May 2017
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