Friday, February 14, 2020

Sasha & Max


The poetic duo of Sasha and Max were married in early November at the beautiful Baughman Center. Their reception was held at The Harn Museum of Art. To greet guests as they entered the picturesque venue, they made artistic playbills like the one above.






There is no feeling quite like getting into one's dress on their wedding day. We captured these touching moments of Sasha as she felt the giddiness and emotions on her special day. There were not many dry eyes in the room as her mother helped lace up her corset!



Leading up to the Baughman Center, Sasha and Max entrusted us to create chalkboard messages to go with their Shakespearean wedding theme. We placed them along the walkway so that guests were welcomed into their whimsical storybook beginning from the moment they left their cars. 






 We absolutely adore first looks, and Sasha and Max's first look was so special. They played their own romantic music as their eyes met for the first time, leading to their hug and these sweet photos. Remember how we said there were very few dry eyes earlier? There were none at all this time!




Sasha and Max incorporated vibrant colors to add a bit of spunk into their special day. Bright teal bridesmaids dresses complimented Sasha's gorgeous violet flowers 








When having your wedding reception at an art museum, why not make some art yourselves? Sasha and Max took some gorgeous photos with their photographer that highlighted both the beauty of the The Harn Museum of Art and the beauty of their love.



Speaking of love, we loved the details they put into their wedding! Simple elegance at its finest. Not only were the place settings to die for , but the hand-made card box made their wedding stand out. Talk about adding personal touches!



Who says the guests are the only ones who can enjoy some wedding cake? Check out this photo of one of the Harn's residents getting ready to chow down on Publix's delicious creation.



We wish many years of blessings and joy to Sasha and Max as they start writing their happily ever after together! Thank you for trusting us with the first chapter!


Wedding Venue: The Baughman Center
Reception: The Harn Museum of Art

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