Caroline and Sergio have a love story that stretches around the world from Mexico to Dubai and Boston. Their wedding reflected their international love in a way that was beautiful, exciting, and romantic with multi-cultural toasts, music, dancing and more. We are so excited to post Nicole Chan Photography's stunning photographs of Caroline and Sergio's big day below.
The day started out perfectly - a sunny, 80 degree June day. Caroline got primped and primed with hair and makeup done by Makeup 2 Die 4 in Fairmont Copley Plaza's bridal suite with her family and bridal party. The bridal party donned teal floor-length gowns with bright floral bouquets, reflecting Sergio's Mexican heritage, by Lindsay Norris Designs before heading over to Trinity Church in Copley Plaza for the first look.
The couple met in the garden courtyard at Trinity Church for their emotional first look. Sergio was ecstatic to see his bride in her white strapless gown with full, textured skirt (just wait until you see their dancing shots!) and Caroline was emotional seeing her dapper groom in a classic black tux. The wedding party snuck a peak at the first look and joined in for a photo session before the ceremony began.
The ceremony started at five, with guests from all over the world. Twilight cascaded through stained glass windows and into the historical church as Caroline and her father descended down the aisle where Sergio waited to meet them. The ceremony incorporated Caroline and Sergio's multicultural romance with prayers and vows in English and Spanish. Guests teared up as the pair exchanged emotional vows and were named husband and wife.
A mariachi band congratulated the couple outside the church as a crowd gathered in Copley Square to see the married couple. Bubbles surrounded the couple as they exited the church and lead the mariachi band around the square, a nod to Sergio's Mexican heritage, and to the Fairmont Copley Plaza where Ackers Brothers trio played smooth jazz to set the mood for cocktail hour.
The sun began to set as Caroline and Sergio were introduced to guests as a married couple. Guests were served dinner as Kim McHale serenaded them with her six-piece band and lighting set the mood from Boston Events. Guests were treated to emotional toasts from the couples' family members with translations in both English and Spanish.
The night picked up with DJ Marc Anthony from Murray Hill Talent playing hits from all decades. Guests were offered a dance break with late night tacos from Cha Cha Cha. Caroline and Sergio snuck off for one last photo session in Copley Square, and boy were the results romantic.
We had such an amazing time working with Caroline and Sergio, and can't wait to see where the next stop in their marriage is. Congratulations Caroline and Sergio!
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Life got too crazy to blog, but please enjoy these archives of some of our favorite past weddings.