City Museum in St Louis Missouri Real Wedding
City Museum in St Louis Missouri real wedding. Liz and Nate wanted a wedding day that reflected their love for St. Louis, as well as each other. Their friends and family traveled far and wide to join in their wedding day at City Museum. The couple incorporated their own personal touches into the eclectic venue for a truly radiant, joyful experience. The style of the wedding centered on fall colors. For starters, Liz would wear a pair of navy blue Badgley Mischka heels.
She wore a strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline that was touched with floral appliques and carried a bouquet full of fall-inspired flowers.
Nate looked like aÂ handsome modern-day groom in a light gray suit with a skinny white tie and pocket square, and stylish brown shoes.
His groomsmen wore similar suits with matching navy blue ties. Their boutonnieres were as colorful as the ladiesâ€™ bouquets.
Lizâ€™s bridesmaids reflected her beautiful blue heels with navy blue dresses. Long strapless gowns with layered skirts were a coordinating and colorful choice.
The two exchanged handwritten vows in the Vault Room at the City Museum in St. Louis. They laughed and cried as they each read what came from their hearts. The love these two share for one another was certainly palpable.
Afterwards, they made their way outside to admire the architectural wonder of the museum and take photos with each other.
The impressive structures made for stylishly cool backdrops for photos. They embraced the museumâ€™s rich artistic flair with the tenderness of the occasion.
Guest books come in all shapes and sizes. For Liz and Nate, a wooden pallet served as their guest book, with guests signing around the wedding date and a painted image of the St. Louis Arch.
They had handmade displays in the reception space and also included personalized games for their guests to enjoy throughout the evening.
Liz and Nate incorporated color through the flowers at the reception. Each table featured multiple small flower arrangements and candles with an adorable chalkboard table number.
Their wedding cake featured the bounty of the season. Three white buttercream frosted tiers, each with a different design, were generously adorned with sugar-dusted pears, grapes, and cranberries. What a beautifully delicious treat!
They spent the night dining and dancing to the sounds of a live band with their loved ones. The entire evening was a festive time for all to surround Liz and Nate with love and sentiments as they start the next chapter of their lives together.
Your venue can be as unique as your love story. Liz and Nate had a vision for what they wanted their wedding day to reflect and they incorporated it wholeheartedly. Guests were left with not only a feeling of where they were, but who it was, that made the celebration worthwhile.
Photographer: Â Alison Duffy Photography Event Planner: A Bride's Ally Hair Stylist: Abigail's Salon Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Allen Edmonds Floral Designer: Always in Bloom Shoes: Badgley Mischka Band: Dance Floor Riot Caterer: Hollyberry Catering Company Tuxedo and Mens Attire: J. Crew Jewelry: J. Crew Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo Dress Designer: Lazaro DJ: Rockstar DJs Reception Venue: The City Museum Shoes: The Frye Company Tuxedo and Mens Attire: The Original Penguin