We have a fun opera house wedding to share with you today, that boasts a bold and vibrant color palette of green & orange! There are so many fun details to this wedding, I don't know where to begin. Everything is "pin"worthy for you planning brides out there, that is for sure!!
Cathy of Cathy Mores Photography shared some of those details with us:Jamie is a graphic designer and Brian is a car guy. They met at a VW dealership on the east coast and recently moved to the midwest to be closer to family and begin their own. The ceremony and reception took place at a local historic opera house. Jamie is all about awesome--so the whole day was filled with things like "the best day ever" and during the ceremony, "will you take Jamie to be your awesome wife?" Jamie handmade all of the paper flowers for the tables, the bridesmaids bouquet and her own bouquet as well. Her dress was by Vera Wang while the bridesmaids wore Modcloth dresses. The guys' shoes were skateboard-inspired with tongues out. The altar was a salvage fireplace backed with ribbon and place cards hung from a salvaged door. After the ceremony they had a restored Ford as a getaway car. They served a breakfast buffet for dinner (evening ceremony) and ended the night with limo rides to the bowling alley for an after-hours celebration. Her DIY and design work is throughout the wedding: flowers, place cards, table gift, altar. A Jenga guestbook welcomed guests.
Behold Jamie & Brian's fun Opera House Wedding, captured by Cathy Mores Photography:
What a carefree and fun loving couple Jamie & Brian make! I love how everything was relaxed, unique, and out of the box. Serving breakfast for a dinner reception, the un-traditional bridal party attire (love Modcloth by the way!), post nuptial bowling...Jamie & Brian did their own thing their way, which is great to see. They looked like that had so much fun attending their own wedding!
I love it that Jamie designed so much of the wedding. The flowers and escort cards are gorgeous! The Jenga guest book is definitely unique! Would you do something similar with your guest book?
Many thanks to Cathy Mores Photography for the beautiful submission!