The State Room has three of my favorite Boston wedding venue spaces.
- The Great Room hosts a 2,400 square feet of glass for a panoramic view of the skyline! It can host 650 people for dinner and is two floors, with a balcony most commonly used for cocktail hour and the main floor, which usually a perfect spot for the ceremony and dinner.
- Harborside Salon is one of the most well-known, and luxurious salons in the city. With a gorgeous view from 33 stories high, Harborside has been host to hundreds of weddings. For those looking for a more intimate setting, the salon offers two smaller salons with retractable walls that can be used for any event.
- Cityside seamlessly blends historical pedigree and modern elegance, with an open floor plan and 8 windows showcasing the breathtaking views of the financial hub.
My all-time favorite to take State Room wedding photos is The Great Room! The windows are floor to ceiling (20 feet high and 120 feet across) and offer panoramic views of the city WHILE still being in the city. It’s remarkable. The Great Room can host 650 people for dinner. I love it when couples have their ceremony in this space, mainly because it means that brides can walk down the floating staircase into the ceremony space. It’s rare that I’m able to be indoors from a high vantage point, photographing the bride and all of her guests AND the skyline all at once. In terms of State Room wedding photos, this room is where it’s at.
Here are recent Boston State Room Wedding photos that I photographed there!
Nina and Michael were married on the Boston State Room's 33rd floor - the best spot for Boston City
Ali and Adrian’s Boston State Room wedding was elegant, artistic, and full of life. Their wedding
Eileen and Ray had the most picturesque Boston State Room wedding ceremony, followed by a ten