Good morning friends! Today, I am showing some wedding day love for one of our favorite couples, Jennifer and Matt!
Our couple hosted their Jewish wedding ceremony at the very creative American Visionary Arts museum in Baltimore, Maryland. Have you ever been to the American Visionary Arts museum? It will definitely feed your creative senses!
The entire bridal party (including the flower girl) was stunning. Don’t you just love their matching pajamas? They look so relaxed!
Jennifer and Matt were married in the courtyard of the museum under a beautiful white chuppah. They were surrounded by 200 of their family members and friends, along with the museum’s giant art structures. (I told you this was a creative venue!)
How cute is this photo?!? It’s one of the ring bearers capturing a photo of another ring bearer and the flower girl with a cell phone. So sweet!
Wedding guests were greeted by a sparkly black-tie wedding reception. The centerpieces (created by DaVinci Florist) featured white roses, hydrangeas and and calla lilies in black vases. The black and white table linen were complemented by an overflow of twinkling candles, pearly napkin rings, and silver die-cut table numbers.
The sweet treat for the night brought a little more fun than a traditional wedding cake! Wedding guests enjoyed these amazing black, white and grey cake pops created by Pariser’s Bakery.
And, you got to love a good Hora Dance. It’s one of my favorite traditions for a Jewish wedding reception. Check out Jennifer’s face!
Thanks for stopping by our blog today, and enjoy your holiday season!
Love and Soul Always, Kawania
Photos by James Ton Photography