A sweet and vintage wedding at Massachusetts' Museum of Industry

Grace and Heather had their wedding at the Charles River Museum of Industry outside of Boston. It has amazing details like old industrial machine ring bearings. The brides coordinated their yellow and green details to match the venue perfectly. I love the old window escort card holders and the cake with bird toppers, and even the old school trolley matched! Massachusetts-based Love + Perry Photography captured the details and shared them with us.

There's more to see over at Love + Perry's blog post!

  1. Can we pleaaase get a wedding profile from the brides?! I love it!

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  2. So sweet! I love how the yellow flowers pop in every photo. What a cheerful, lovely theme. It makes me smile :)

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  3. I am in tears!! How adorbz is this wedding!! Oh Emmmm Geeee!!

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  4. Eeeek, that's in my town! A friend of mine is considering it for her wedding venue–I am definitely sending her over here to check out the photos!

    The picture of the Dad crying almost made me cry.

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  5. I think it would take me pages to list all the things I love about these images. Firstly, I love the white suit! Secondly, the venue is amazing and I have never thought to have a ceremony at a museum! It provides so many unique photo ops. Thirdly, your party looks amazing. Wish I was there!

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  6. Ah! Two women I know got married there several years back, and if I still lived in Boston, that'd be on my list of places I'd love to get married. Beautiful!

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  7. I love this wedding! These two women are so beautiful with such timeless elegance and class! You have to see the pictures on the blog. Just Wow…

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