Wedding Venue Spotlight: Four Seasons Hotel, Boston MA

Four Seasons Hotel, Boston MA

We have been very lucky to work with such amazing wedding venues throughout the Boston area and beyond. One wedding venue that we have the pleasure of designing at last summer was the Four Seasons Hotel located in the Back Bay of Boston.

The Four Seasons Hotel has a variety of beautiful options for rooms to host any wedding or event. They offer first-class service and always put together elegant and classic weddings. The wedding of Tali and Drew took place towards the end of August, where both the ceremony and reception took place at the Four Seasons but in two different ballrooms.

The bride requested for soft romantic florals throughout the wedding venue and for her own bouquet. Her bouquet was made up of blush roses, white calla lilies, blush dahlias, and white cymbidium orchid. These flowers fit perfectly with one another to help create a lot of depth and texture to the bouquet. We continued with the blush roses and dahlias for the bridesmaids to pull them all together. To give the gentlemen and young men a little style, we used a white calla lily with green accents for their boutonnières.

The Governors Room was the perfect space to have the ceremony; the white chuppah that was used fit perfectly. We used white, pink, and blush hydrangeas and roses as well as white stock along with white phalaenopsis orchids that cascaded down a glass vessel for the ceremony. The reception that took place in the classic grand ballroom where we continued with white and light pink hydrangeas. For the centerpieces we used tall glass cylinder vessel that had diamond gems and cube vessel with a silver diamond wrap around it. Finally for dessert, we added white and blush roses that cascaded down their stunning 4-tier cake. The wedding was a combination of romantic and sophisticated and the Four Seasons Hotel played a large part in making that happen!

A big thank you to Jenny Moloney for capturing this beautiful wedding, check out more of her work here!