Melissa and Bryan’s modern Artists for Humanity Epicenter wedding in Boston is one of my all-time favorites! It was the perfect summer day, with all the sunshine and warmth. We really couldn’t have asked for better weather for their big day! I’m thrilled to share more about their modern Boston wedding with you.
The morning of their wedding day, Melissa got ready with her bridesmaids. They had so much fun getting their hair and makeup done and toasting with mimosas. When it came time to get into her dress, Melissa’s mom and maid of honor helped her. Then, she had the sweetest reveal with her bridesmaids! Similarly, Bryan and his crew had a great and relaxing morning spending time getting ready for the day ahead.
Something that made this wedding so special was how sweet and fun this couple and their wedding crew were! Everyone was so incredibly kind, and they were a blast on the dancefloor later in the day, too!
For Melissa and Bryan’s first look, we headed to the Boston Seaport. Bryan and his groomsmen arrived via boat, which was so fun for me to capture. The couple shared an emotional first look and posed for some couple’s portraits with the magical Boston skyline backdrop. We explored more of Fan Pier Park for more portraits and wedding party photos as well. I love that Melissa and Bryan chose to have a Boston Seaport first look. It made for such great photos and was a highlight of their day!
Then it came time to head to the ceremony and reception venue, Artists for Humanity Epicenter. Before the ceremony, I explored the art exhibits with Melissa and Bryan for a few more portraits. Don’t they look like true models? They were so easy and fun to photograph, and you can feel their warm personalities through their wedding photos.
The Artists for Humanity gallery made for a stunning and unique venue for Melissa and Bryan’s ceremony and reception. For the ceremony, the focal point of the room was the floor-to-ceiling windows letting in just the right amount of light. Melissa and Bryan said their vows in front of a beautiful baby’s breath arch as the backdrop, and there was a delicate baby’s breath installment hanging from the ceiling for added elegance.
After the ceremony Prepped & Primped flipped the space for the reception, totally transforming the room. I love how they used long, family-style tables to give an intimate feel. Each table was gorgeously decorated, and the baby’s breath arch was repurposed for the wedding party table. Artists for Humanity made for such a cool venue! It had the perfect artistic elements throughout!
“Genevieve… these pictures. I’m so emotional! Thank you for capturing everything so perfectly. I can literally feel the laughter and energy in every photo. I just got to relive the best day ever thanks to you! Bry and I are in awe. Thank you so so much for these beautiful memories. You truly are the best!”
Thank you to this wonderful Artists for Humanity Epicenter wedding vendor team!
Venue: Artists for Humanity
Coordinator: Prepped & Primped
Second Photographer: Bella Gavini Photography
Hair Stylist & Makeup: Gina Maria Hair Design & Makeup
Wedding Dress Designer: Jenny Yoo from Flair Boston
Bridesmaid Dress Designer: Azazie
Men’s Attire: Classic Tuxedo and Custom Clothing
Caterer: Gourmet Caterers
DJ: City Event Group