Who says you need a year to plan the perfect celebration? Jacquelyn and Bryan hosted an intimate winter wedding after a short five month engagement, and I think we can all agree the results were as beautiful as their courtship at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts.
Jacquelyn wore a tea-length Carolina Herrera gown and a simple tulle veil, and carried a wintry white bouquet. Pearl drop earrings and a double-strand bracelet were classic additions to her chic bridal look, and as snow began falling, Jacquelyn stayed warm beneath a bejeweled cardigan and chubby fur coat. Her bridesmaids wore simple black dresses with piles of pearls and cozy black coats, while Bryan wore a classic black Ralph Lauren suit and tie.
The pair exchanged vows before family members at a friend's Newbury Street art gallery. After the intimate ceremony, the couple met the rest of their guests at Bistro Du Midi, one of their favorite Boston restaurants, for a fabulous French meal and plenty of glasses of Champagne. The newlyweds shared a slice of cake from Flour Bakery before heading off into the snowy night, hand in hand, to start their life together as husband and wife.
I'm certain that Jacquelyn and Bryan revisit their gorgeous winter wedding and the beautiful images by Alison Conklin Photography often–after all, wouldn't you? I'd love to know–what's your favorite detail from this Boston fête?