We love places and spaces with history and Boston Harbor Distillery is just that. From inventions by Silas S. Putnam, and yachts by George Lawley & Sons Shipyard, and even sweet ice cream confections by the Seymour Family, this building has seen a LOT of things. The most recent of which was this Offbeat industrial vintage wedding weekend celebration.
Cristen & Co. designed this shoot with around the idea of cozying up to a toasty fire in a rustic exposed beamed cabin, wrapped in fur with a stiff old-fashioned gathered with your partner, family, and friends. After all, there’s nothing more romantic than snuggling close to the one you love best. She combined rich tones rustic reds, midnight blues, clarets with subtle shuttle grays and alto beiges that complimented the space and season precisely. Masculine undertones also came into play with the wintry distillery environment like leathers, wood, textured linen napkins and even the pub mix that was set on each place setting.
If you’ve been dreaming of a vampy love-is-brewing (yes, we made a pun there…) wedding, we found your inspiration!
Photography: Move Mountains Co. | Event Planning & Design: Cristen & Co. | Venue & Cocktails: Boston Harbor Distillery | Invitations & Stationary: The Paper Perfectionist | Floral Design: Nectar | Event Rentals: Peterson Party Center | Vintage Furniture & Prop Rentals: Kadeema Rentals | Hair & Make-up: Top Knot, Makeup by Sarah Lord | Desserts: Sweet Indulgence | Bridal Boutique: Your Dream Bridal | Suit: The Black Tux | Bride’s Shoes: Sam Edelman | Bride’s Rehearsal Dress: Top Shop | Bride’s Dress: Truvelle | Wedding Rings & Jewelry: Escott Originals | Napkins: The Everyday Co.