So sometimes the government shuts down and you have to select a backup location for your wedding ceremony the next day. This little hiccup didn’t phase Jamie or Ben though. Earlier this month they married at deCordova Sculpture Park, despite congress, in a semi-private ceremony. Then a few days later they threw a fabulously fun dance/beer pong playing (this is how they met!) shindig at The Artists for Humanity EpiCenter.

As a lover of color (and a good dance party) I couldn’t have had more fun working with these two!

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Ceremony: deCordova Sculpture Park | Reception: The Artists for Humanity EpiCenter | Coordination: Janie Haas Events | Catering: Max Ultimate Food