A Greek and Tamil Wedding Extravaganza at the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Four Seasons Boston
At Mint To Be Events, we firmly believe in creating unforgettable wedding experiences that blend cultures, traditions, and love. Recently, we had the honor of planning a remarkable two-day wedding celebration, merging the vibrant Greek and Tamil cultures. This unique event took place in the heart of Massachusetts, with the Tamil Hindu ceremony and sangeet held at the magnificent new Four Seasons hotel in Boston, followed by a grand reception at the prestigious Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO). Join us as we delve into the magical moments and breathtaking details of this cross-cultural union.
To protect the privacy of our amazing client, we are posting pictures of the setup only.
Just how beautiful is this all floral mandap setup executed masterfully by our friends at the Wedding Design.
Nicole and Karen from our awesome team at Nicole Chan Photography capturing the beautiful display.
The first day of the festivities began with the Tamil Hindu ceremony, a sacred union of two souls. The Four Seasons hotel in Boston provided a stunning backdrop, seamlessly blending modern elegance with traditional elements. Our team, in collaboration with the talented Wedding Design team, carefully curated the decor, incorporating vibrant colors, intricate mandap designs, and floral arrangements that mirrored the couple's cultural heritage.
Following the ceremony, guests were treated to a delightful evening of appetizers, dinner, and dance during the sangeet. The Four Seasons' exquisite ballroom came alive with the enchanting melodies of Indian music, courtesy of the renowned Boston Sound and Light Company. The atmosphere was electric as family and friends mingled, celebrated, and danced the night away, creating memories that would last a lifetime.
Day Two: A Historic Reception at the Boston Symphony Orchestra
The second day of this amazing fusion wedding was a historic occasion as it marked the first time an Indian-based event was held at the illustrious Boston Symphony Orchestra. The magnificent venue provided a grand stage for the couple's reception, where Greek and Tamil traditions merged beautifully. Dicicco Designs, in collaboration with our team, meticulously crafted a decor that seamlessly blended the opulence of the BSO with the couple's cultural aesthetics.
As the evening unfolded, the hall was filled with the harmonious symphony of love and celebration. The reception featured captivating performances, heartfelt speeches, and an exquisite feast that combined flavors from both Greek and Tamil cuisines. With the talented Ripcord Entertainment taking charge of the entertainment, the dance floor was never empty, and the laughter and joy reverberated throughout the night.
Capturing the Moments: Nicole Chan Photography
A wedding of this magnitude and cultural significance required a photographer who could effortlessly capture the essence and beauty of every moment. We were fortunate to have Nicole Chan Photography on board, whose exceptional talent and keen eye for detail helped immortalize the love, joy, and cultural fusion that unfolded throughout the two-day celebration. The stunning photographs serve as cherished mementos, allowing the couple to relive their special day for generations to come.
The Greek and Tamil fusion wedding was an extraordinary celebration of love, culture, and unity. Mint To Be Events, together with our esteemed partners, Wedding Design, Dicicco Designs, Boston Sound and Light Company, Ripcord Entertainment, and Nicole Chan Photography, worked tirelessly to bring the couple's vision to life. This unforgettable two-day extravaganza at the Four Seasons hotel and the Boston Symphony Orchestra will forever stand as a testament to the power of love and the beauty of cultural fusion. We are grateful to have been a part of this incredible journey, creating memories that will be cherished for a lifetime.
Indian Wedding Day Venue: @fsbostondalton
Greek Church: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
American Wedding Reception Venue: @bostonsymphony
Photo and Video: @nicolechanphotography
Indian Catering: @tashanbedford
American Catering: @gourmetcaterersboston