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Katie and Mike's chic city wedding at the Cleveland Museum of Art featured gorgeous modern details.
The couple shared their first look on a hidden rooftop parking deck.
Katie and Mike's wedding day began at The Schofield, a funky Kimpton boutique hotel right in the heart of Cleveland. The hotel holds special meaning for the couple — Katie's parents live in a luxury apartment there. The couple exchanged vows at St. Paul Catholic Shrine before heading to the Cleveland Museum of Art for a chic, sophisticated reception.
The bride chose a fit-and-flare gown by Pnina Tornai, paired with a stunning cathedral veil. Katie's bridesmaids wore chic black gowns and carried understated white bouquets.
The groom and his dapper groomsmen take on the city.
Katie and Mike share a kiss beneath her veil.
The weather report called for rain, but luckily, it held off until mere minutes after the couple and their attendants arrived at St. Paul Catholic Shrine for the ceremony. After their ceremony, guests were taken by Cleveland's famous Lolly the Trolley to Cleveland Museum of Art for the reception.
The bride dreamed of suspended floral arrangements, but the museum's sky-high ceilings encouraged floral designer HeatherLily and event coordinator Kirkbrides to get creative. The team built a custom acrylic piece to suspend florals above the head table, adding mirrors underneath to create the illusion that the flowers were floating.
As they arrived, guests were greeted with an opulent escort card display featuring acrylic cards suspended from an orchid-adorned hedge.
A modern invitation set the tone for a chic city affair.