July 7, 2018

About Us

After four years of dating, John proposed to Katherine surrounded by her three favorite things - family, Swizly (their dog), and wine. They are so excited to tie the knot and celebrate these three things in their favorite city of Boston with all of their friends and family!

Weekend Details

  • Welcome Drinks

    The Daily Catch Seaport

    2 Northern Ave.
    Boston, MA 02210

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    Friday, July 6, 2018 • 8:00pm
  • Saturday, July 7, 2018 • 3:00pm


    St. Cecilia Parish

    18 Belvidere St
    Boston, MA 02115

    Bus transportation will be provided from St. Cecilia Parish to the Reception

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  • Reception

    The State Room

    60 State Street, 33rd Floor
    Boston, MA 02109

    Bus transportation will be provided from The State Room to the Sheraton Boston Hotel starting at 9:30pm.

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    Saturday, July 7, 2018 • 5:00pm
  • Saturday, July 7, 2018 • 11:30pm

    After Party


    955 Boylston St.
    Boston, MA 02115

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Click a marker on the map below for information about each of our events!

Things To Do

South End - Dinner


253 Shawmut Ave.

A tiny, cozy Italian place that holds the award for Evan’s (Katherine’s brother) favorite pizza.

SRV (Italian), Toro (tapas), The Butcher Shop (Italian), B&G Oysters (seafood), The Beehive (drinks/live music)

Fenway/Kenmore - Dinner

Island Creek Oyster Bar

500 Commonwealth Ave.

Perfect for your New England seafood fix with the best Raw Bar in town!

Blackbird Donuts, Tiger Mama (Thai), Sweetcheeks BBQ, Loretta’s (Southern), Eventide (seafood)

Seaport/Fort Point

The Barking Crab

88 Sleeper St.

Casual waterfront seafood joint with open-air picnic-table dining & views of the Boston Harbor.

Pastoral (pizza), Empire (sushi), Row 34 (seafood), Committee (Greek), Legal Harborside (seafood), Sportello (Italian)

Back Bay - Dinner

Saltie Girl

281 Dartmouth St.

Katherine’s favorite restaurant because of the many seafood options and great wine list!
Walk-ins only.

The Friendly Toast (breakfast), FiRE+iCE (family-friendly dinner), TICO (tapas), Stephanie’s (lunch), Flour Bakery (multiple locations), Eataly (Italian market)

North End - Dessert

Mike’s Pastry

300 Hanover St.

Deep in Boston’s North End District, this famous pastry shop is where you’ll find the best cannoli you’ve ever had. Leave the gun!

Neptune Oyster (seafood), Bricco (Italian), Al Dente (Italian), Union Oyster House


Harpoon Brewery

306 Northern Ave.

The best beer hall to enjoy a pint or a flight with the best soft pretzels in the city.

Trillium Brewing Co., Night Shift Brewing, Aeronaut Brewing Co., Sam Adams Brewery



45 Province St.

Known for sourcing wine from all over the world; they’ll sell you any of their bottles by the glass as long as you commit to two!

Frenchie, Spoke, Les Sablons, The Salty Pig



348 Congress St.

There are no menus here – just describe your ideal cocktail and the bartenders will make it happen.

 The Hawthorne, Highball Lounge, Yvonne’s, Wink & Nod, Backbar, Lion’s Tail


Top of the Hub

Prudential Tower
800 Boylston St.

Don’t let the entrance through the mall fool you – this place’s 360˚ views of Boston are unbeatable.

Lookout Rooftop Bar at The Envoy, Pier 6, ReelHouse


Museum of Science

1 Science Park

The perfect museum for both kids and adults filled with interactive exhibits on each floor.  Don’t miss Katherine’s favorite part - the math exhibit!

Boston Children’s Museum, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Institute of Contemporary Arts


Boston Duck Tours

Multiple Locations

Explore Boston by land and by water led by the most entertaining tour guides in the city.

New England Aquarium, Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, Whale Watch Tours, Harvard Yard


Boston Esplanade

Swizly’s favorite spot to catch Boston’s beautiful sunsets and the best view of the 4th of July Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.

Public Garden, Harbor Islands, Arnold Arboretum, Navy Yard, Harborwalk, Rose Kennedy Greenway


Newbury Street

The perfect eight block stretch to walk to the city’s best boutique stores and outdoor patios.

Quincy Market, Beacon Hill, SOWA Open Market, Prudential Mall, Harvard Square, Copley Place


Wedding Hotel Block

Sheraton Boston Hotel ($)

We have a block of rooms available at a discounted rate at the Sheraton Boston Hotel located in Back Bay, approximately one block away from St. Cecilia’s Parish where the ceremony is being held.

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Hotels near the Ceremony

Hilton Back Bay ($$)

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Marriott Courtyard Boston Downtown ($$)

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Boston Marriott Copley Place ($$)

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Westin Copley Place ($$$)

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Taj Boston ($$$$)

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Fairmont Copley Plaza ($$$$)

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Hotels near the Reception

Ames Boston Hotel

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Boston Marriott Long Wharf

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Omni Parker House

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To and From Boston

Air Flying into Logan Airport, located a short 10-15 minute drive from the heart of Boston, is by far the easiest airport to fly into. Alternatives include Manchester, NH and Providence, RI, each of which are located approximately one hour outside of the city.

Amtrak Taking the train into Boston is a good option for those of you coming from the east coast, with stops available both at Back Bay Station and South Station. Back Bay Station is located approximately three blocks from the Sheraton Boston Hotel as well as St. Cecilia’s Parish, where our ceremony is being held.

In and Around Boston

Bus transportation will be provided from the ceremony to the reception, as well as from the reception to the Sheraton Boston Hotel, at the end of the night. However, if you want to explore our city on your own, look into these options!

Car Rental Boston is a very driveable city with parking garages and street parking available in every neighborhood.

MBTA Public transportation (bus, subway) are available throughout the city, with numerous stops located in the Back Bay area of Boston where the ceremony is being held. The public transportation system in Boston is quite extensive and therefore you likely do not need a car to get around the city.

Uber Uber is readily available throughout Boston.

Taxi Taxis are readily available throughout Boston.

Hubway These easy and affordable public bikes can be found throughout the entire city and are a great alternative to traditional public transportation.


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