Brynn & Terry were planning on having a classic wedding at the Cincinnati Art Museum for over a year. They wanted to keep things elegant and clean with black and white as their main palette with touches of gold. Brynn has incredible taste and a great eye for detail and knew she wanted to incorporate cute little elements that show off their life together such as having their fur baby Parker be the ring bearer, having his sweet little figurine on top of the cake and as the signature drink.
About 6 weeks prior the wedding, due to Covid, the venue let them know that masks were required at the museum even the bride and groom. They would be OK to be without during their vows and eating but Brynn was not OK with that. She wanted more freedom to celebrate the love she and Terry shared and on a last minute decision, they moved their wedding to one of Cincinnati’s most popular parks and created a reception fit for a king and queen on the property of their family friend. We had a tent built up from the ground on a platform, hung chandeliers, had a black and white checkered dance floor and tons more beautiful details. Cocktail hour was by the pool where their late night pizzas were served as well as an assortment of desserts. The night ended with a beautiful sparkler exit and the two were ready to start their lives together.
It all came out beautifully and we were glad to be there to help make sure it went smoothly.