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Stylish Lounge with Leather Couches
From $50/hr
Stylish Lounge with Leather Couches
Boston, MA
Located in renovated an 1805 historic building on Broad Street in Boston's financial district the venue has a large capacity but feels intimate. A combination of lounge, bar and dining sections with private environments and beautiful appointments, its as perfect for movie, photoshoots as it is for dining and events.
From $50/hr
Chic and Elegant Restaurant Dining Area
Boston, MA
Located in renovated an 1805 historic building on Broad Street in Boston's financial district the venue has a large capacity but feels intimate. A combination of lounge, bar and dining sections with private environments and beautiful appointments, its as perfect for movie, photoshoots as it is for dining and events.
From $250/hr
Downtown Private Club with Panoramic Views
Boston, MA
In the heart of Boston's financial district, our Club is as captivating as the 360-degree views of a beautiful city rich in history. This Member-supported business Club reflects a proud spirit that defines its Boston College heritage. Our Private Events Team is happy to assist with all your filming and event needs.
From $500/hr
Upbeat and Interactive Venue and Bar in Boston
Boston, MA
This venue is an interactive, rock & roll dueling piano show and bar. You sing and laugh along while our players perform your song requests, embarrass your friends and make fools of themselves on stage. The more you sing, the better we sound!

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About Boston

Boston attracts an estimated 1.7 million international visitors each year as well as 19 million domestic tourists. The city is home to several key annual events including the Boston Marathon, Boston Pride Festival, and 4th of July celebrations. Boston has an equally noteworthy dining scene with selections of dynamic restaurants offering choices of delicious fare.

Tourists are never short of activities to do around the city with plenty of outdoor shopping centers, eclectic galleries, and sporting establishments to visit. The city's neighborhoods offer different styles and they provide yet another interesting sight to behold on a sightseeing stroll around town

Boston is also known for its great deals from room upgrades, complimentary desserts offered at restaurants, and discounted theater tickets. You should consider choosing a Boston wedding venue for your upcoming big day.

Wedding Options in Boston

Naturally, securing a venue for your big day is one of the big checklist items that you need to sort out ahead of time. Once you have a Boston wedding venue locked for your big day, the next step is gathering all the resources needed to transform the space into your dream location.

  • Invitations
    The wedding invitation not only alerts guests about your impending nuptials but also gives them a glimpse of what's in store for the big day. It should give a hint about the theme, but if guests are required to dress the part then mention it on the invite. The program gives the entire rundown of how the ceremony will progress and place cards instructs sitting arrangements. It's also a kind gesture to send out personalized thank-you notes after the big day.

  • Decorations
    Every couple has a different vision for their wedding and some prefer something more intimate while others go all out on a lavish event. Regardless of whether you have a courthouse ceremony or settle for a destination wedding in Boston, decorations can help you create the tone for your big day. Selections of wedding vendors in Boston can supply your occasion with floral arrangements, streamers, furniture rentals, and tableware.

  • Wedding Cake
    The wedding cake takes center stage during the reception and it's often a spectacle to behold in itself. Selections are endless and it equally comes down to an individual couple's preference. You won't go wrong working with the best bakery in Boston to deliver this highly anticipated treat.

  • Entertainment
    The age-old question stands and that's whether a DJ or band will suit your wedding. Again, it's a matter of preference but sampling the music scene in Boston can point you in the right direction. The city houses ensembles like the Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Boston Pops Orchestra. The Boston neighborhood of Roxbury is where New Edition, the R&B group, hails from.

  • Wedding Favors
    Wedding favors are small gifts that the couple presents to guests who attend their big day. It serves as a token of appreciation thanking everyone who took the time off their schedule to attend the wedding. Allow your creative juices to reign and figure out what would best represent your gratitude without breaking the bank.

Wedding Companies in Boston

Whether you are a local or having a destination wedding in Boston; it's wise to get some expert help. Organizing your big day can prove quite tasking and with the professional help of a planner, you can plan a magical as well as seamless occasion.

  • Corinthian Events
    Corinthian Events are dedicated to supporting your vision to the last detail with precision. Their expertise includes planning meetings and conferences, destination management, and organizing special events. Even better, they take care of the heavy lifting including sourcing for a venue, designing the event, and making arrangements for the entertainment.

  • Marrero Events
    If you need help finding a suitable wedding venue in Boston and executing the entire event; Marrero Events can hold your hand through the process. The award-winning planner specializes in producing personalized service, management, and event design. They can put together private residence nuptials, beautiful destination weddings, and corporate events.

  • EFD Creative-Event Planning & Design
    Wedding branding is what EFD Creative do best and they are ready to bring your luxury event to life. They excel at putting a personalized stamp on your big day by delivering the experience a couple envisions. The result is a unique branded wedding that sets a couple's nuptials apart from all the rest.

Pros and Cons of Weddings in Boston

Boston played a crucial role in shaping American history, from when colonists from England established the city in 1630. Following the revolutionary Boston Tea Party, the city rose once again in the 1800s and transformed into an industrial center in the 20th century. Still, the city has its good and bad sides that could affect your upcoming Boston wedding plans.


Boston encourages walking
All you need is a comfortable pair of shoes to explore the city on foot. The public transport system is also quite efficient and you won't have trouble getting around Boston.

  • The selection of food is exceptional
    Boston provides a dizzying array of cuisines from different cultures and ethnicities that can influence your wedding menu. The seafood is fresher, chowder served with ketchup is a must-try, and a quick sandwich is always a deli away.

  • Access a taste of Europe in the U.S.
    The city has a reputation of feeling European while offering predominantly American-centric experiences. With streets displaying embers of America's past history, it will inspire anyone looking for a meaningful wedding theme.

  • It's centrally located
    The city is accessible to several locations along the Atlantic coast. It gives you an endless list of opportunities to extend the celebration before or after your nuptials.

  • Sports fans feel right at home
    A sports fan who has convinced his better half to incorporate some football-themed components to their wedding will love Boston. It's home to the Red Sox, Celtics, Patriots, and Bruins.


  • Boston is a city of commuters
    While the public transport system is efficient, Boston has a reputation as a city of commuters. Therefore, you may want to choose a wedding and reception location within walking distance or go for an all-inclusive venue.

  • The cost of living is high
    Boston is more expensive than Los Angeles, Chicago, and even Miami. It trickles down to accommodation costs and expects to pay a lot or settle for budget options in the not-so-great neighborhoods.

  • It's challenging to navigate the city
    As a visitor trying to navigate the city for the first time, you might get lost in the confusing streets. Traffic congestion is a reality at any time of the day and therefore, you want to localize all the elements needed for your wedding.

  • Parking is a nightmare
    Tied to the traffic problem, parking in Boston is equally a hair-raising experience. Plan ahead of your commute to navigate this problem or simply settle for a Boston wedding venue with ample parking.

  • The weather has a mind of its own
    Like most other northeastern areas in the U.S. Boston gets chillingly cold in the winter and even in the warmer months. You could wake up to a crisp spring morning only for the sun to turn unbearable.

Famous Locations in Boston

  • Fenway Park
    America's most beloved ballpark is on the list of must-visit places for sports fans. Even for the non-sports-inclined person, a tour of Fenway Park is both interesting and fun. After all, it's the home of the Red Sox and hasn't really changed since it opened in 1912.

  • Faneuil Hall
    Faneuil Hall is dubbed the cradle of liberty and it dates back to the 1740s. Peter Faneuil, a Huguenot merchant, built the establishment and presented it to the city of Boston. His condition was the market hall would always be open to members of the public, and so it stands to date.

  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston
    The Museum of Fine Arts Boston displays collections of Persian fine arts, impressionist paintings, and treasures from ancient Egypt. Its new American Wing is dedicated to the national collections of outstanding furniture, silver, decorative arts, paintings, and a list of other significant items from past eras.