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Vendor Spotlight: EVOO

Posted by Angel Babbitt Harris  November 6, 2013 12:18 PM

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When you consider the cost of hiring a DJ, booking a caterer, paying for rentals, choosing centerpieces, and securing furniture, opting to have an intimate wedding dinner in lieu of a traditional (and often times expensive) reception sounds like a perfect plan.

For us, EVOO was that perfect plan. We worked with EVOO's incredible staff to secure the space for our wedding dinner. Every interaction we had with their team was stress-free. The semi-private dining area we chose accommodated our 60 guests comfortably. The food? Amazing. EVOO's menu features a delicious variety of organic, local and sustainable ingredients. They even created a custom menu complete with a photo of us. Little details like that make my heart smile!

We were able to save a significant amount of money by selecting EVOO as the location for our wedding dinner. The atmosphere was intimate, allowing for us to spend more time talking to our loved ones. It was a special evening, indeed!


If you are planning a small wedding (under 75 guests), I highly recommend considering what we did. It was simple, yet elegant. We stayed true to our budget and our personalities, and we will always have memories of the special time we had at EVOO on our wedding day!

EVOO, 350 3rd Street, Kendall Square, Cambridge, 617-661-3866. Visit their website at for hours and menu.


Our private dining area at EVOO on the wedding day. Photo credit: Maureen Cotton Photography


Simple elegance. Photo credit: Maureen Cotton Photography

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Angel Babbitt Harris, formerly of the Expertly Engaged blog, is now "Newly Wed" and learning how to navigate life as a happy wife. Angel lives for weekend getaways to Brooklyn with her husband and anything currently playing on Netflix. She works as a Marketing Manager for a non-profit organization in Boston. Need newlywed advice? Have newlywed advice to give? Reach Angel directly at or tweet her at @MrsHarrisTweets.

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