Perhaps it’s the couple’s style or the fact that their Wes Anderson inspired wedding was held in my home state of Pennsylvania, but I can’t stop looking at the photos from Kelly and Ian’s celebration! The pair dated for over 10 years before tying the knot in a traditional Serbian ceremony. Because their ceremony was so formal and meaningful, Kelly and Ian’s greatest desire was for guests to exhale and have fun at their reception at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
The gents wore navy suits, and the ladies wore soft neutrals – a gorgeous combination! The bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces designed by Green Sinner were filled with beautiful blooms that were garden inspired and ever-so-slightly whimsical (I just love Juliet garden roses, y’all!). Covers from their favorite children’s books acted as table numbers, games were filtered into their entire evening in order to encourage guests to mingle and enjoy, and Wes Anderson acted as a major source of inspiration.
Today’s wedding, planned by Tamra at Green Sinner, is modern, colorful, and a complete joy. The photos from Caitlin Thomas Photography are such a wonderful way to end the week and kick start your weekend. Enjoy, friends!
How amazing are all of the Wes Anderson inspired details in this wedding? And the florals, the color palette, the design… everything is so fun! Even more so, we love how perfectly Kelly and Ian’s wedding day represents the two of them- icing on the cake!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Caitlin Thomas Photography // Reception Venue: Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh // DJ: DJ Digital Dave // Floral Designer: Green Sinner // Makeup Artist: Jae Lee Paredes Makeup Artistry LLC // Caterer: Rania’s Catering // Event Planner: Tamra Birchfield // Hair Stylist: Briana Rasici // Invitation Designer: Alexis Thornlow
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