Today’s bride and groom are self-proclaimed math nerds who were introduced to one another because of their shared love of numbers. So what does a brand new venue + a sunny day + an absolutely smitten couple equal?
The sum…Aaron and Adriane’s perfectly calculated math themed Museum wedding…of course!
With Emily RC Photography behind the lens, there are so many cute details to love about this wedding. The adorable handmade escort cards, the math problem table numbers, (genius), and the caramel corn favor bags with the couple’s hand-drawn faces on them. All such creative ideas that fit the couple and their desires beautifully!
Photographer: Emily RC Photography // Dress Designer: Allure Bridals // Other: Caricatures by Len Peralta // Museum: Cleveland Museum of Art // Caterer: Cleveland Museum of Art // Floral Designer: greenSinner // Invitation Designer: Love vs. Design // Favors and Gifts: Popped! // Cake Designer: The White Flower Cake Shoppe // Dress Designer: Vera Wang // Submitted via Two Bright Lights
From The Bride:
Venue: Aaron and I are both researchers, so we put a lot of effort into finding the perfect location for our big day. Eventually we settled on the Cleveland Museum of Art because it is a simple, beautiful, iconic space in Cleveland that we knew we could make our own by adding special touches that reflected us. The ceremony took place outside on the steps of the South Terrace. From there, our guests made their way through some of the art galleries into the museum’s newly renovated atrium. We were one of the very first couples to use this spot for our reception!
Inspiration Behind the Design: We didn’t want to compete with the sparse beauty of the Cleveland Art Museum, but rather play off of the canvas that it provided. Our designer focused on natural colors and lots of texture in the centerpieces, incorporating vintage books, lanterns, old silver trays, and wood in a sort of “English garden style” that reflected our taste. We were able to integrate the art theme by creating a backdrop for the band of empty canvas frames and by hiring Len Peralta to draw caricatures of our guests throughout the evening, staged as a whimsical street artist. This helped make the event more casual and playful amid the grandeur of the museum.
Do-It-Yourself: We created all of the paper products for our big day; there was a whole lot of hand stamping that went into it! One of our favorite projects was our place cards for the guests. We had researched over a hundred different ideas and finally decided to come up with something on our own that tied together the other DIY components. After trial and error and a couple of dozen samples, we decided to use the meal selection stamps inside a word bubble.
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