On October 15th, 2017 Ryan and Erin Judkins tied the knot in a small and intimate ceremony in Belmont Massachusetts. Their venue was The Mass Audubon Society Habitat Education Center, a beautiful and weathered 1914 Georgian mansion with formal gardens. Their entire wedding was held outside under the cover of the garden's lush trees and was inspired by natural elements. The bride, an interior designer, took control of the creative vision and assembled a very small team to execute on the day off. Paper lanterns were added to the trees for additional ambiance, and the couple's catering team provided light fall inspired food and artisan cocktails. Their florist created two stunning arrangements for the bride and her maid of honor in jewel tones, as well as a beautiful live-runner for the table which was made of berries, pumpkins, flowers, and branches from the garden. The bride's mother provided small chocolates for the guests in lieu of cake. The music for the event was performed on acoustic guitar, provided by a friend of the couple.