We have such a colorful wedding to share with you today, submitted by Luminaire Images. It is so cheerful, as is the beautiful couple. I love the choice of venue, which is the Long Beach Museum of Art. Museums have to be one of my top types of venues to get married at. My first choice of venue was a museum, but it just didn't pan out for my own wedding, although I had beautiful visions of what our wedding would have looked like in such a setting.
Photographer Molly shared with us a bit about Kate & Ryan's wedding:Citrus hues and ocean views colored Kate and Ryan's wedding at the Long Beach Museum of Art earlier this month. Kate, a painter and art teacher, ensured that there were plenty of bright colors and artistic details to be found, including unique table numbers she painted herself, as well as cakes inspired by a Wayne Thiebaud painting. Also present was a series of notecards from women in Kate's family from their wedding days, starting with the original by her great-grandmother regarding a special handkerchief that Kate ended up pinning beneath the folds of her dress.
I love the idea of the special notes to pass down each wedding. It's a beautiful gesture to a family's long standing tradition.
Please enjoy Kate & Ryan's Colorful Wedding, beautifully captured by Luminaire Images:Photographer: Luminaire Images//Cake Designer: French's Cupcake Bakery//Lighting: Glam Event Stylist//Floral Designer: Jackie Combs Floral & Event Design//DJ: Just Dance Events//Shoes: Nina Shoes//Submitted via Two Bright Lights
The color palette of orange, pink & yellow is perfect for the setting! I do love the hand painted table numbers that the bride created herself. It adds such a special touch when brides and grooms incorporate their own talents into their wonderful day.
Many thanks to Luminaire Images for submitting to us Kate & Ryan's beautiful wedding!