Coming together in a mere six months, the wedding event was coordinated and held at Hyatt Regency Boston where Boston-area wedding vendors including G2O Spa + Salon, Brooks Brothers, Men’s Wearhouse, New England Country Rentals, Style Me Pretty, Uber, Bella Sera Bridal Boutique, Bella Bridesmaids, MiniLuxe, Sam Adam’s, Bacardi, I Do Films, and more donated their services to the bride and groom.
The hair and makeup services were donated by G2O Spa + Salon, the award-winning “Best of Boston” salon and spa located on Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay, which styled the beautiful bride, her wedding party and the mother-of-the-
In keeping with the elegant Nantucket theme, a nod to the couple’s cherished memories together, makeup artist Tessa McCullough’s goal was to provide the blushing bride with a natural, dewy and sun-kissed look with Krista’s eyes as the focal point. They achieved the brides beautiful look by using Trish McEvoy products including the new Trish McEvoy dual sunlit bronzer and luminous highlighter. Her flawless complexion was enhanced with their pink glow blush, and McCullough used the Paris Nights definer shadow to create the perfect smoky eye. The look was pulled together with Trish McEvoy’s sheer passion fruit lip color.
Krista’s hair was styled by master stylist Kristen Lee Cardoza who used a soft, sophisticated side-swept updo to compliment the natural makeup and the breathtaking Allure Couture gown which featured a sheer-illusion neckline and sleeveless bodice encrusted with Swarovski crystals. To complement the asymmetry of the dress, Cardoza had soft tendrils cascading over one shoulder. To achieve the look, Cardoza used Oribe Texture Spray and Oribe Sculpting lotion to help create volume and Oribe Superfine Spray Strong to hold Krista’s tresses in place.
The bride’s entire look was pulled together with a pale pink nail color inspired by the internationally acclaimed Boston Ballet, a custom-made, Swarovski crystal bracelet and antique flower earrings from MFlynn Accessories. To complete the wedding party, stylists Elle Martens and Whitney Fonseca gave each bridesmaid, the mother-of-the-
About G2O Spa + Salon:
Providing The Formula for the Essentials of Life, G2O is Boston's Day Spa Resort for men, women and couples. Originally opening in 1994 as Giuliano Spa for Beauty & Wellness, G2O underwent several expansions at its first location on Newbury Street before moving into its all-new home at 278 Newbury Street in 2010.To create G2O's present home, Founder and CEO Joyce Hampers purchased two historic Newbury Street brownstones in 2008, subsequently joining them to form one unified space. By its reopening in August of 2010, the resulting structure had been completely transformed to create a totally "green" building. Just a block away from its original location, the all-new G2O celebrates a new generation of innovative spa and salon services and amenities ranging from Brine Inhalation Therapy to the Bali Paradise Experience, Acupuncture treatments, state-of-the-
At G2O Spa & Salon, water is acknowledged as a life force that sustains, rejuvenates and cleanses. Water, of course, is a common denominator for us all, making up 80% of the human body. With shimmering glass tiles, white lacquered finishes and sparkling chrome accents, G2O offers a refreshing, whole body and mind experience designed to complement the contemporary urban lifestyle. Utilizing a crisp blue and white color palette, the tone throughout the building's five floors is fresh and modern.
G2O was the 2103 recipient of City of Boston’s Greenovate Award.