We Represent Boston Wedding Bands, Boston Wedding DJs, and Boston musicians for weddings ceremonies, cocktails and receptions and corporate and private events. There is only one place in New England where private events take on a swank, sophisticated, truly cosmopolitan tone. Only one city in this region can capture the contemporary vibe of a glitzy downtown benefit or the elegance of a classy black tie wedding.
Boston is the destination for all things chic.
With an impressive skyline overlooking the Charles River and Atlantic Ocean, Boston is home to some of the most visually stunning buildings in the United States. The John Hancock Tower is probably the most obvious, composed entirely of glass and standing as the tallest building in New England at 790 feet. In the shadows of the tower are the Old South Church, completed in 1875 and the Boston Public Library, established in 1848. Both boast some of the most beautiful detail and meticulous architecture still in tact from the 19th century.
Planning a Back Bay wedding? Start at the Arlington Street Church on Boylston Street in Copley Square. After some pictures on the steps of the Old South Church and in the grass outside the tower, head over to the Fairmont Copley, the Four Seasons, or the Gamble Mansion on Commonwealth Avenue. As the reception draws to a close, gather your friends and head over to one of the hundreds of night spots in town, including The Palm and Bar Ten at the Westin Copley. Your wedding will be an event of luxury, and one not soon forgotten.
- Parking is often considered the only drawback of having your wedding or private party in Boston. Look into parking validation for your guests. Some venues even offer deals on parking for entire parties. Putting this information on your invitations can eliminate undue stress on your guests and make for a smoother event, ensuring that everyone is able to arrive on time.
- Having your wedding or event at one of Boston’s many luxurious hotels is an easy way to make sure your guests (out-of-town or local) will be safe after the event and have a place to spend the night. If you are planning to host an event elsewhere in the city and have guests coming from out of town, consider the use of a shuttle bus to transport people from their hotel to the venue.
- Road blocks and detours are quite common in Boston, so be sure to take all proper precautions to ensure the safe and punctual arrival of your guests.
- Lastly, contemplate the timing of your wedding or private event. Towards the end, guests often want to go out and see more of the city. There is no better place to do so than Boston! Most night spots close at 2AM but many shut their doors before 1. Consider finishing things up around 10 or 11 to give you and your guests a chance to paint the town! Have fun!