Ben and Lewis live in Sinagpore, but the unfortunate reality is that while same sex marriage has been legal in Massachusetts since 2004, and 2015 for the rest of the U.S., it is not in Singapore. So while Ben was working in Boston for the summer, he decided marrying his partner in the first state that would allow him to do so (in the U.S. at least) seemed fitting, at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.

They hosted an intimate morning ceremony, followed by a light brunch, a nap(!), and a multi-course dinner reception at L’Espalier. A wedding filled with equality, relaxation, and not one, but two meals, is my kind of wedding!

Exterior of the Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston Old South Church Boston Groom getting ready at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Two Grooms getting ready together at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Winston Boutonnieres for a same sex wedding Boston Two Grooms wedding rings Wedding day portraits of two grooms in Boston Two Grooms at the Boston Public Library Boston wedding portrait with two Grooms, a trolley, and the Fairmont Copley Plaza Winston wedding ceremony floral arrangements at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Same sex wedding ceremony in the Singleton Room at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Grooms recess up the aisle of their wedding Brunch wedding reception in the Copley Room at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston L'Espalier wedding reception details Private event room at L'Espalier for a wedding reception Grooms get ready for their dinner reception at L'Espalier Wedding guests at L'Espalier wedding reception Wedding reception meal at L'Espalier Server running plates at L'Espalier

Ceremony: Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston | Dinner Reception: L’Espalier | Florals: Winston