Key to the Cure at Saks Fifth Avenue
Oct 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm





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About Key to the Cure

Key to the Cure is Saks Fifth Avenue’s Annual event focused on raising money for cancer research. For one weekend in October, Saks Fifth Avenue, Boston is proud to support Friends of Dana-Farber, by donating 2% of sales. 

Royal Wedding Viewing Party at Fairmont Copley Plaza
May 19 @ 6:30 am – 9:30 am

Royal Wedding Viewing Party & Breakfast

Fairmont Copley Plaza and Boston Weddings cordially invite you to attend a Royal Wedding Viewing Party & Breakfast on Saturday, May 19, from 6:30–9:30 a.m., to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The nuptials and all the pomp and ceremony will be broadcasted live in the hotel’s elegant Ballroom while guests indulge in a full English (and American!) breakfast, plenty of tea and scones, and wedding cake to commemorate the occasion. A champagne bar will open at 8 a.m. to toast the happy couple as they embark on a horse-drawn carriage procession through the streets of Windsor, offering Bollinger champagne and traditional British cocktails such as Pimm’s Cup and Bramble.

Guests are highly encouraged to arrive fascinator-ready and dress to impress in traditional wedding wear suited for a royal gathering. A raffle at the party will award a grand prize to one lucky attendee – a two night stay in a Junior Suite at The Savoy in London, Fairmont Copley Plaza’s iconic sister property, inclusive of full English breakfast and a traditional Afternoon Tea. A photo experience will be in the room for guests to capture their own royal moments throughout the morning – red telephone booth, life-size cutouts of Royal family members and more!

Royal Wedding Viewing Party


Did You Know?
Fairmont Copley Plaza has a rich history hosting royalty, foreign dignitaries and countless celebrities. His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, visited the Copley Plaza hotel in 1986 for a private reception in the Ballroom hosted by the British Consulate. See the photo here. Two dozen violinists played from the balconies overhanging the Ballroom and masses of flowers from around the world decorated the room. This was the Prince’s first trip to Boston, visiting for the 350th anniversary celebration of Harvard University.

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