Kay and Kevin wove their Vietnamese and Thai backgrounds throughout the day which included Kay wearing four different dresses throughout the wedding day and evening. Kay actually got her traditional American wedding dress in Thailand and had it shipped here. They are a sweet couple that really put value on getting a quality wedding film, and I’d liked that! The ceremony was short, but very sweet, and as you can see from the trailer, the groomsman and bridesmaids were ready to celebrate.
Vendors we worked with included:
Salon: D’Iorio’s Salon
Flowers/Cake: Gerardo’s Italian Bakery (West Boylston, MA)
Officiant: Spiro Efstathiou
Photographer: Dat Nguyen
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Men in Black caught my eye right away as we both set-up for the reception. It was clear to see that this wedding band wanted to perfect each of the special moments that evening, as every instrument had to be precisely tuned for every formal dance. Before the reception started, the band’s leader, Jeff, coordinated with the facility, the photographers and the cinematographers to make sure everyone was on the same page and that doesn’t happen all that often. Jeff emceed the introductions and did a fantastic job getting the crowd rocking early on, as the family, bridal party, and bride and groom entered the tent at Gore Place in Waltham, MA. The dance floor was packed from start to finish with a little band-crowd interaction mixed into the evening to keep the energy at its highest.
The band comes with plenty of credentials, as they have earned three straight the Knot – Best of Wedding awards and two straight Wedding Wire Bride’s Choice Awards in the Boston wedding market. Men in Black was chosen by Dropkick Murphy’s Tim Brennan to play at his wedding and the band was also chosen to be the wedding band in the movie “The Proposal” with Sandra Bullock.