THE BRIDE: Emily, 26, a nurse anesthetist THE GROOM: Nate, 28, a physician's assistant THE DATE: July 16
The sleek, minimal look inside The Toledo Museum of Art's Glass Pavilion inspired the day's modern style. Taking cues from the work of their favorite glass artist, Dale Chihuly, Emily and Nate branded their day with bold colors and a clean aesthetic.
Some of the dinner tables were topped with simple vases filled with orchids.
Tall branches lined the aisle and led up to the wall of windows that served as the ceremony backdrop.
A simple calla lily on Nate's lapel kept the focus on his sleek, monochromatic look.
Emily's showstopping bouquet included bold purple vanda orchids mixed with fuchsia calla lilies.
The mod square cake (decked out in the same glass art pattern as the invites) got a dose of playfulness from custom wooden peg toppers.
INGREDIENTS LOCATION: Glass Pavilion, The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio CAKE: Petit Fours Patisserie & Cafe FLOWERS: Bartz Viviano Flowers & Gifts Inc. PHOTOGRAPHY: Mary Wyar Photography
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