Urban Wedding at Four Seasons Boston

If you live in Boston, then you likely know the fabulous Lynn Dale and her husband Frank Wisneski. They are as fun as they are stylish! When they decided to tie the knot last month, the Presidential Suite at the FOUR SEASONS BOSTON was the perfect location. All of the photographs were taken by CHERYL RICHARDS.

Presidential Suite

The ceremony and cocktails were held in the suite. When guests arrived they were greeted with hot cider or white wine. A pianist was playing Cole Porter in the background. The ceremony was performed by Frank’s oldest friend from junior high school. Lynn's daughter and her mother, along with Frank's two daughters all participated in the ceremony. 

The dress was a sequined mini by Vera Wang paired with a custom designed birdcage veil.

The shoes were ostrich feather MANOLOS.

The bouquet of calla lilies was done by WINSTON'S. When Lynn got to the front of the room, she untied it and it came apart in to 5 small bouquets. One for her daughter, one for her mom and one for each of Frank's daughters - symbolizing they were all in it together. Love this idea! 

Dinner was held downstairs at Aujourd’hui. Lynn designed a custom 37’ serpentine table with PETERSON'S PARTY CENTER

WINSTON'S FLOWERS  did tall branches with hanging votives as the centerpiece for the table.

Each menu card was personalized and also served as the place card.

After dinner, Lynn surprised everyone (including her new hubby) by opening the drapes at the end of the dining room to reveal a lounge with after dinner drinks, a cheese course and a private concert. Lynn worked with the New England Conservatory (where Frank is the new board chair) and a few of their musicians performed. And the finale, in honor of the groom, was the Yale Fight Song!

Congratulations and may the honeymoon last for many years to come!


  1. What a gorgeous affair!! So elegant..and those Manolos..WOW!! Stunning....I like how the menu card was circular placed in the center of the plate...its those special touches that make an affair/party so special!

  2. Wow! Now that is a nice dinner!
    Love the elegant simplicity.

  3. So unique, and quite stunning! Love the bouquet parts.
    xo Cathy

  4. So enchanting and I love the idea of the bridal bouquet becoming five smaller one - a lovely way to have everyone feel part of the family!

  5. It's a fabulous place. I like the concept and the decorations. By the way, congratulations to the couple.