Names

Names

Congressman Seth Moulton weds Liz Boardman

Paul Morse

Congrats to US Representative Seth Moulton and Liz Boardman, who got married under not-so-sunny skies in Marblehead Friday.

Moulton, who’d proposed to Boardman in June on the Speaker’s Balcony of the US Capitol Building, got hitched at Marblehead’s Old North Church in front of a crowd that included family, friends, and few fellow pols and other familiar faces.

Guests included Sam Kennedy, president of the Red Sox; Maura Healey, attorney general of Massachusetts; David Gergen, political commentator and former presidential adviser; retired General Stanley McChrystal; and US congressmen Joseph Kennedy III and Eric Swalwell of California, and Republican Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin.

Advertisement

The wedding was officiated by the Rev. Tom Kennedy and the reception afterward was held at the Eastern Yacht Club in Marblehead, where Seth was a busboy as a teen. The music at the ceremony and reception was performed by local musicians, including the organist from Memorial Church at Harvard.

Get The Weekender in your inbox:
The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond.
Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here

Guests enjoyed food and beverage from a variety of local restaurants and breweries, including Opus, the Salem restaurant where the newlyweds had their first date, as well as Shubie’s, Firenze Trattoria, the Blue Ox, Notch Brewing, and Bent Water Brewing.

Moulton, a 38-year-old former Marine Corps officer who was once ranked by TheHill.com as one of D.C.’s “most beautiful people,” had been dating Boardman for more than two years. She is a senior client partner at the executive search firm Korn Ferry, where she does talent consulting, executive searches, and organizational assessments for national and global sports leagues and brands. She works out of the company’s New York office.

We did a little online sleuthing and discovered that the happy couple is registered at Pottery Barn, but the registry is private so we don’t know if they want bath towels, plaid napkins, or a gravy boat.