Sooji and Joe’s Elegant Endicott Estate Wedding

I have a special fondness for Sooji and Joe.  They’re sweet, talented and totally in love with each other.  And they’re in the wedding business which makes them extra fun!  Sooji and Joe are florists and met in school learning the craft.  They now work together and created every piece you see on their wedding day!  When I arrived at the Endicott Estate, Sooji and Joe were still putting the finishing touches on the room.  It had to be tough putting all that work in on your own wedding day, but it was totally worth it.  The centerpieces with white hydrangea and orchids were beautiful.  The bouquets of calla lilies were simple and gorgeous and you have to check out the amazing ceremony pieces and place card table piece.


They both ran upstairs with just enough time to prepare for the big day.  Joe surprised Sooji with the most lovely bracelet.  It was a gorgeous day for an outdoor ceremony by the gazebo on the Endicott Estate property.  And we were able to take some beautiful portraits under one of the many big, beautiful trees on the vast lawn of the estate while their 50 guests enjoyed cocktails and hor d’oeuvres on the mansion porch.  After cocktail hour, guests were moved inside for an elegant dinner by East Meets West Catering while they enjoyed the music of a jazz quartet.  There were some great dancers in the room, but, the most lovely dance of the day was Sooji and Joe’s first dance.  It was beautifully choreographed and the couple proved to be completely at ease on the dance floor!






Don’t forget to check out their full slide show!


Flowers – Sooji and Joe! Central Florist and Nursery

Harp: Gilded Harps

Band: Boston Jazz Quartet

Caterer: East Meets West Catering

Venue: The Endicott Estate

About the Author:
Nikki Cole is a professional photographer who captures Weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Senior Portraits and other life events. Please contact her to start telling your story!

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