To The Moon & Back: A Celestial Art Gallery Wedding
Freckled Fox Photo
October 16, 2023
Ashley and Cameron wanted their day to be filled with intentionality and colour. Every detail was curated to fit who they are and their love story. They knew they wanted a winter wedding at the museum where they had their first date. "January 7th (7 is our lucky number) was open which happened to be a full moon in Cancer which is our shared star sign", Ashley began. "We knew we wanted to incorporate similar details into the theme of our day."
A Fuss-Free COVID Wedding with A Silver Sequin Dress!
April 6, 2021
Getting married during Covid certainly made for unusual circumstances for Ruth and Ricci’s October wedding, but for them, it only made it feel more special. “I love the photos of us and our guests with masks on,” Ruth told us. “It captures how much of an odd year it’s been, but it didn’t stop us from doing what we set out to do.”
Simple and Modern Art Gallery Wedding
Mike and Tom
February 22, 2016
Liz and Luke said "We do" in October at Millennium Gallery in Sheffield. They wanted a simple and modern wedding with Autumnal colours and plenty of homemade touches.
Gorgeous Art Gallery Wedding: Amy & Earl
August 6, 2014
Amy and Earl were married at Legend City Studios, an art gallery in Phoenix. "We wanted our wedding to be one big Party", explained the bride. "We went into the planning stage with one goal in mind. We wanted to have a wedding we’d love to attend. Our goal was to have fun and make sure everyone else had fun as well."
Modern Art Gallery Wedding with Food Trucks: Margot & Jared
Our Love is Loud
March 12, 2014
The wedding of Margot and Jared was held at Artwork Network, an art gallery in Denver. The ceremony was officiated by the groom's younger brother, Kyle. But this wasn't the only thing that made their wedding special, unique and personalised. "I think from the minute we started actually thinking about what the wedding would be like, we both just wanted it to be fun", explained Margot. "A party for all of our closest friends and family. As unstuffy as possible. From there the details just fell into place. Food trucks were wayyy cheaper than traditional caterers, we both love pie, we both love whiskey, and we love throwing parties."