Ron and Karen’s wedding took place at what is fast becoming one of our favorite wedding venues in town; the Cleveland Museum of Art. Having the opportunity to host such a significant life event as a wedding at a location with so much history, beauty, and culture is really an incredible thing. But before we made it to the museum it was off to Lake Erie as the lake has always played a part of Karen’s life, so we stopped by Voinovich Park so that the lake could be a part of the wedding day as well. Even if it was dangerously close to the Browns stadium, something that Ron, a diehard Steelers fan, was able to overlook. 🙂
The ceremony took place on the South terrace overlooking the lagoon where the trip down the aisle involves multiple sets of marble stairs and a close brush with Rodan’s Thinking Man sculpture. This setting, topped off with floral arrangements by Neil Leeson, was absolutely perfect. The reception afterwards was held at one end of the Atrium in a space sectioned off by the indoor greenery which greatly helped to make a very large space feel much more cozy and intimate.
A huge thanks are owed to Amy and Trisha of At Last Event Planning and Sheri from the museum for all their hard work to make this wedding such a success!
Congratulations, Ron and Karen!
Let’s start with some of Genevieve’s favorites:
And some of Genevieve’s favorites: