Sydney and Cameron were as bright and delightful as their spring wedding! They had a spring wedding at an art museum, which turned out to be bright, modern, and so much fun! We paired lucite chairs with blush linens and bold florals to create a bright, yet feminine look. We loved helping Sydney and Cameron to bring this special day to life!


The Details


Sydney paired these gorgeous jeweled shoes with her gorgeous beaded gown. The look was elegant with a hint of glamour. We loved the sparkle that this detail brought into her day!



Classic gold rings and a perfectly bridal veil completed the classic, glam look.



The couple shared a private first look where they got a glimpse of his classic tux and her gorgeous, romantic dress!



The Decor



For the decor, we opted for modern lucite chairs to go with the bright florals and soft blush linens.



Organic arrangements and romantic votives created an intimate yet fun glow to the table.


The Flowers



For the flowers, bright and bold was the name of the game! We used coral charm peonies, ranunculus, cumquats, lilac, sweet pea, and maiden hair fern to create this bright, punchy look.



Theres nothing quite like spring flowers!



The couples cake was simple and adorned with sugar flowers to match the rest of the wedding florals. We love the statement that this cake made against the butterfly exhibit wall at the museum!



Sliders, fries, and fresh veggies kept the guests happy and full while they danced the night away.


The Bridal Party



Handsome groomsmen in tuxedos with a soft pop of yellow in their boutonniere.



Sydney’s gorgeous leading ladies wore bright coral to accent the florals and the brides bright lip color.



Congratulations to an amazing couple! We wish we could relive your party again and again!


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Photogrpahy by Mikki Platt | Cake by Flour & Flourish | Catering by Luxe | Design, Planning, and Florals by Rachael Ellen Events | Linens by La Tavola | Rentals by All Out Event Rentals


A Spring Wedding at an Art Museum