Wedding planning starts with booking a venue most of times. There are a large number of venue choices out there in Boston, from an elegant ballroom wedding to unique Aquarium wedding. However, I found the Lawn on D wedding in Boston was simply amazing and fun for everyone at all ages!
Located in South Boston waterfront, the Lawn On D is an event space designed for both public and private events. It’s owned and operated by Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. This unique South Boston wedding venue has a 2.7-acre outdoor event space on D Street next to the BCEC and Westin hotel. The freshly planted trees, greenery, the pavilions and lights up swings made this space vibrant with urban vibe.
The Westin hotel next door made the commute easy for bride and groom from getting ready to their ceremony. It’s just matter of walking distance rather than driving distance and worry about traffic. The summer ocean breeze picked up bride’s veil perfectly. I have no doubt all the guests were appreciating that moment as well. As sun was going down, everything else lit up, the surrounding buildings, the pavilion for wedding reception and the swings. These circle shaped outdoor swings lit up in different colors, hung from geometric structured metal frame. Guests couldn’t resist to have a sit and got pictures taken, from kids to adults. It’s perfect for kids to have some fun on their terms. As the night was falling, the lights up swing was even more magnificent against the twilight sky in the middle of the city.
I thought Lawn on D is a very cool outdoor wedding venue in Boston. However, it was not as cool as the bride and groom. They had some really unique touch to their wedding. It was my pleasure “meeting” beer hops for the first time. The sweetheart table was decorated with beer hops instead of traditional floral. They also had a special dance for all the guests, wearing lights up shoes. All the guests were amazed as I was. It pushed this celebration to its peak. This wedding venue was perfect and cool as this beautiful couple.
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