Irene and Ben got married at the Charles River Museum of Industry. The way these two planned their wedding was a refreshing example of style for the sake of substance. They both got ready together in the same hotel suite. They surprised their guest by greeting them to the cocktail hour before the ceremony. The unity ceremony symbolizing two parts becoming one didn’t use candles or grains of sand: They used rum and ginger beer. And instead of cake cutting they had a ceremonial cookie milk dunking to open up the dessert bar. Pleasant surprises around every corner. Congratulations, Irene and Ben!