The Fenway Wedding
A Boston couple decided to tie the knot at Fenway Park, but with a twist. Instead of vows, they reenacted famous baseball bloopers, complete with the bride sliding into home plate. They even had a seventh-inning stretch with hot dogs and peanuts for all the guests.
The Swan Boat Procession
A creative couple opted for a swan boat procession in the Boston Public Garden for their wedding. The entire bridal party and guests paddled across the serene pond while the bride and groom exchanged vows from a giant swan boat with a “Just Married” sign.
The Freedom Trail Marathon
A fitness-loving duo decided to say “I do” with a Freedom Trail-themed marathon wedding. The wedding party, dressed as colonial patriots, ran the trail from start to finish, with spectators cheering and tourists joining in for the fun.
Duck Boat Wedding Parade
One adventurous couple transformed their wedding into a Boston Duck Boat Parade. The bridal party hopped onto amphibious vehicles, led a quirky procession through the city streets, and eventually splashed into the Charles River for a waterside ceremony.
Bridal Party Swan Boats
Instead of traditional transportation, a Boston wedding party hired a fleet of swan boats to take them from the ceremony to the reception venue. They navigated the waterways of Boston while sipping champagne and waving to surprised onlookers, giving “swanning down the aisle” a whole new meaning.
The Lobster Roll Surprise
At a Boston wedding, the bride’s bouquet toss ended up sailing right into a lobster pot in the middle of Quincy Market. Imagine the surprise on the face of the tourist who thought they were about to enjoy a lobster roll but instead caught a bridal bouquet!
Fenway Faux Pas
During the wedding vows at Fenway Park, the officiant accidentally mixed up the lines, and the bride said, “I promise to love you, even if you root for the Yankees.” The entire ballpark erupted in laughter, and even the Red Sox mascot waved a white flag in mock surrender.
The newlyweds planned to take a romantic boat ride in Boston Harbor. However, they mistakenly boarded a duck boat tour filled with enthusiastic tourists. The bride and groom ended up giving an impromptu tour of their love story as the quacking tourists clapped and cheered.
The Freedom Trail Fiasco
During a wedding photoshoot along the Freedom Trail, the bridal party accidentally led a group of tourists off course. It took them 20 minutes to realize they were following a bride in a white dress rather than their guide, and they cheered when the real tour guide showed up.
Cheers to the Wrong Couple
At a Boston bar-themed wedding, the bartender accidentally served a “Cheers”-themed cocktail to a random couple seated at the bar. The guests erupted in laughter as the confused couple raised their glasses to the newlyweds. To this day, they joke about the “Cheers to Love” mix-up.