Michelle and Joe’s Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center Wedding was charming in every way.
From the thoughtful goodie bags to the adorable figurines on the cake, it was clear how excited the couple were for their big day. They even had ice cream sandwiches with whole cookies before the ceremony! Sign me up for any wedding where the bride and groom care as much about their guests as Michelle and Joe did.
Learning is central to their lives.
Even after getting their graduate degrees at Northeastern and Harvard, Michelle and Joe have never stopped the pursuit of knowledge. They frequent museums, read books together, and travel extensively. Joe says that “even when things don’t go according to plan, I feel happy being around Michelle and I know that we’ll still have a good time together.” That is certainly the best attitude to have about your wife. Joe’s caring nature is what made Michelle fall in love with him. From rescuing her shoes from the ocean to always having snacks on hand, Michelle loves how he is always thinking of her. Their mutual affection and desire to keep improving is admirable and is a strong foundation for their future life together.
Their Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center Wedding was so fun.
Surrounded by all their friends and family, Michelle and Joe were married under an assortment of flowers and hops. Their reception was full of laughing, silly dancing, and a few tears. The food was delicious (thank you Saltbox), Big Party Orchestra kept everyone moving to the beat, and Mayflour Confection’s cake was to die for. Michelle and Joe’s wedding was perfect and we wish them all the best on their honeymoon in Spain!
Photography: Nicole Chan Photography
Wedding Coordinator: Whim Events
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Jenny Yoo Dresses
Florist: Whim Events
Band: Big Party Orchestra
Cake: Mayflour Confections
Videographer: BZ Gibson
Makeup: Kailen Hodge
Hair: Lindsay Griffin