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Ceremony Caters to the Indie Bride From Gowns to Thank Yous

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Don't be surprised if New England weddings start to pop up more on impeccably styled bridal blogs and magazines—with the opening of bridal boutique Ceremony on Charles Street just last week, ladies can now browse the pick of the indie-designer crop in a bright, lofty space. The vintage-inspired but decidedly modern aesthetic championed by owner Alix Childs stands apart from both the budget and the couture selections elsewhere in Boston, with an exclusive roster of internationally-sourced labels that speak to a laid-back glamor.

In addition to a growing collection of nearly ten dress designers (Childs describes five of them here), Ceremony also stocks a curated set of accessories including bejeweled clutches by Santi alongside beaded vintage purses, art deco baubles from Lulu Frost and Jennifer Behr, as well as headbands and veils from Twigs & Honey. Once the dress and venue are locked in, Ceremony will also lend a hand in the invitation process with books of samples from custom printers like Fine Day Press, Printerette, 42 Pressed, and Bliss and Bone. Finally, customizable return address stamps can be picked up for save the dates, invites, and after the big day to thank guests.

Email to schedule an appointment.
· Meet the Standout Bridal Designers Coming to Beacon Hill [Racked Boston]
· Ceremony [Official Site]