Kirsten and Steve had a beautiful, small wedding at the Worcester Art Museum and the Beechwood Hotel. The celebration was filled with personal touches and meaningful traditions.

The ceremony took place in the elegant Worcester Art Museum, where Steven’s best friend officiated, adding a special, personal touch. The museum's stunning galleries provided the perfect setting, and we were even able to take some lovely couple photos among the art, capturing their love in a truly unique way.

The reception followed at the Beechwood Hotel, offering a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. Kirsten, being Danish, included several Danish wedding traditions that added a festive and unique flair to the day. Guests joined in singing traditional songs to the couple, creating a lively and joyous atmosphere. The toe of Steven's sock was cut off, a Danish custom symbolizing his transition into married life. Additionally, the traditional “brudevals” (bridal waltz) was performed, adding a special and beautiful touch to the evening.

Kirsten and Steve’s wedding was a perfect blend of love, laughter, and tradition, making it a memorable day for everyone involved. It was a joy for me to capture these special moments. Here’s to a lifetime of happiness for Kirsten and Steve!

Photography | Joe Dolen Photography 

Ceremony | Worcester Art Museum

Reception | Beechwood Hotel

Cake | The Danish Pastry House 

Florist | Sparkle

Hair | Jeffrey Lyle Salon

Makeup | Dellaria Salons

Dress | Q-Look Bridal

Jeweler | Sachs Jewelers

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