A Classic Yellow Wedding at Forest Park Visitor and Education Center in St. Louis, Missouri

The Forest Park Visitor and Education Center in St. Louis, Missouri, was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. The space has since been renovated, and Joanna Caster and Tim Heitz loved the Spanish architecture and clock tower. After their religious ceremony, complete with a bubble-blowing grand exit, the couple went to the historic venue for their reception. They used a bright yellow and ivory color palette in every detail, including the lush floral arrangements and wedding party attire. Joanna boasted a more traditional look with her modified A-line gown and white lace peep-toe heels. The couple wasn't afraid to make their day ultra-fun and even had huge Mylar balloons that spelled out “Just Married,” which they released into the air. Instead of a typical wedding cake, they served a four-tier cheesecake topped with drizzled icing from Hank's Cheesecakes. Delicious!