Fairmont Copley Boston New Years Eve Wedding, Brady + Caitlyn
“Ever since these two have met, things have changed. Cait is not the exact same person that she was before. She was strong before and she is stronger now. And while she was happy before, she is happier with Brady by her side. I cannot picture anyone more perfect for my sister than Brady. “
And how did Caitlyn’s sister first know something about this guy was different? When on an annual family trip to Costa Rica, the typically present in the moment Caitlyn had her head buried in her phone texting with Brady.
Despite it being the 2nd coldest New Years Eve on record and Brady getting over the actual Flu, they threw an incredible party. Well, Brady is a Ranger vet, so I guess him powering through the flu is not a surprise since he is a total badass. Caitlyn met Brady while he was still in the service, and they enduring long distance and one deployment.
After some fun getting ready, we hopped over to St. Cecilia’s church. In my completely biased opinion, it is the best church in Boston to get married at. The lighting is great, and Father John always adds a personal touch to his homily that is warm and genuine.
*swoon* Just look at the way Brady looks at Caitlyn as she comes down the aisle.
This their thirteen minute glorious wedding film, and yes there is a new year’s eve countdown included.
The Fairmont Copley grand ballroom is a sight to behold. A truly luxurious gold and white and plenty of room to fit their 230 guests comfortably.
I honestly can't think of a better way to spend New Years Eve, than at a wedding. Brady and Caitlyn sure did show us all how ITS DONE! Hot damn look at that dance floor.
A lot of the credit has to go to Sweet Tooth and the Sugar Babies for putting on a serious show for the guests and keeping the energy going until and well past midnight.
And now your moment of zen……
Love a good Boston wedding? How about a Boston Harbor Wedding??! You read that correct. This wedding reception took place on a boat in the Boston Harbor.
Photographer: Shane Godfrey Photography (who also gave us a ride home because our car would not start that morning THANK YOU)
Band: Sweet Tooth and the Sugarbabies
Venues: Saint Cecilia's Roman Catholic Church & Fairmont Copley Plaza