Orlando Museum of Art Wedding | Allie + LJ

He’s a little shy and she is super bubbly.  Allie and LJ’s love brought them together for a stunning wedding at the Orlando Museum of Art.

Their celebration started at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Downtown Orlando. The rich decor of the rooms perfectly reflected their color scheme for the day. Allies hair and makeup were beautifully styled by the Luma Bridal team.

It was very important to Allie and LJ to include their family on their wedding day. Allie surprised her dad with a father daughter first look, his reaction was priceless. Allie and LJ also opted for a first look before heading off the Rollins Knowles Chapel for the ceremony. LJ waited for Allie by the grand piano of the Grand Bohemian Hotel lobby.

The chapel was simply decorated with Ivory, Red and Blush floral arrangements. We love that they chose to use the historic architecture to frame the ceremony. Instead of a unity candle lighting, Allie and LJ decided to create a unity glass as a symbol of their marriage. You have to see these pieces of art because they are gorgeous!

After the ceremony we took just married portraits around the chapel and in the museum. Unfortunately we had to avoid some rain but we didn’t let that shadow the fun!

Their reception hall was dressed with glamour and romance. Dream Designs Florist beautifully incorporated red and blush roses on everything from the seating chart to the cake, which was designed by Party Flavors.

One of Allie’s favorite things to do is dance. When the Leonard Brothers Band started playing she changed into her traditional red Chinese dress and got on the dance floor.

Coordinator: Tickled Pink Brides, Kristi Kriebel

Ceremony Venue: Rollins Knowles Chapel

Reception Venue: Orlando Museum of Art

Florist: Dream Designs Florist

Photographer: Ashley Jane Photography

Caterer: Cuisiniers Catered Cuisine and Events

Band: Leonard Brothers Band

Videographer: BK Films

Cake: Party Flavors

Rentals: Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals

Hair + Makeup: Luma Bridal

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