A Garden-Inspired Museum Wedding at the Cleveland Museum of Art in Cleveland, Ohio

The architecture and beautifully designed spaces at the Cleveland Museum of Art served as the ideal setting that Jackie Mueller (26 and a brand manage

The architecture and beautifully designed spaces at the Cleveland Museum of Art served as the ideal setting that Jackie Mueller (26 and a brand manager) and Bryan Misencik (25 and a business analyst) wanted for their urban, garden-inspired wedding in Cleveland, Ohio. Since flowers played such a big part in the theme of their nuptials, the bouquets created by Plantscaping and Blooms ended up being nothing short of gorgeous—from the ivory and blush bridal bouquet filled with garden roses, dahlias and succulents to the bridesmaid bouquets that had similar flowers in bright purple hues. The ceremony took place outside the museum with a backdrop of the lagoon, needing little decor besides the rose petals covering the aisle and flower arrangements where Jackie and Bryan shared their first kiss. For the reception inside the atrium, so much natural lighting flooded the space through large glass windows that guests felt as though they were still outside. Round dining tables had bird nests, wooden boxes and birch pots that brought the garden vibe to life, filled with flowers arrangements we loved—ranging from hydrangeas to dahlias and accents of ivy that reflected the blue, purple and green palette. Check out more of the garden-inspired details that filled this urban wedding, captured by Genevieve Nisly Photography, below.

Bryan went with his mom and sister to pick out Jackie's engagement ring, which ended up being a round-cut solitaire diamond set in a pave band, with a diamond-encrusted setting. Her wedding ring matched the engagement ring setting and band, both purchased from Kolick's Jewelers. Bryan's ring came from Kleinhenz Jewelers, which had two black stripes on the outer edges of a silver band.
As Jackie walked down the staircase, her elegant cathedral-length veil simply made of tulle trailed behind her. She purchased the veil at Martina's Bridal—the same bridal store where she bought her dress.
The bridesmaids bunched their bright purple round bouquets together, with Jackie's bouquet in the middle. The bridesmaid arrangements of roses, hydrangeas, silver brunia, ivy and jasmine made up the round shapes. The bridal bouquet embodied similar blooms but in shades of blush and champagne, all arranged by Plantscaping and Blooms.
Jackie walked down the stairs in her Amsale white dress made of silk, with a sweetheart neckline and an hourglass shape that fit her wonderfully. She purchased the dress from Martina's Bridal, where she also purchased her cathedral-length veil made of tulle.
Jackie and Bryan embraced in happiness as they saw each other in their wedding attire for the first time. They both sported a very classic look—Jackie in a white silk strapless dress and Bryan in a charcoal gray suit with a black tie.
Jackie walked arm in arm with her parents down the aisle toward the front, where Bryan awaited her arrival for the ceremony. Since the architecture of the museum surrounded the space, little decor beyond the rose-covered aisle had to be added.
Using a soft color palette filled with champagne and blush, the bridal bouquet embodied a natural, vintage look to fit the garden-inspired theme. Blooms ranged from garden roses to dahlias, mixed with succulents and ivy.
Bryan stood across from Jackie during the ceremony with his groomsmen behind him. Bryan stood out wearing his custom-made charcoal gray suit designed by Balani Custom Clothiers, while his groomsmen wore lighter gray suits designed by JoS. A. Bank.
Jackie and Bryan shared their first kiss during the outdoor ceremony, with a beautiful backdrop of the lagoon and fountain on the property. Jackie's elegant silk wedding dress had a long train that trailed in the back, with her cathedral-length veil that blended in beautifully.
Bryan and Jackie parted from the ceremony toward the stairs leading into the museum, walked right past a beautiful statue perched on top of a stone pillar that reflected the building's gorgeous architecture.
The reception took place inside the Cleveland Museum of Art's atrium, where natural light poured in through the large windows. This created a feeling of being outside, which seemed perfect for the garden-inspired theme that Bryan and Jackie brought to life.
A wooden box filled with brown pebbles displayed rows of white escort cards, with guest names and table numbers written in navy blue script.
A bird's nest centerpiece made up of honeysuckle vines rested on top of low acrylic boxes, holding up an arrangement of roses, dahlias, silver brunia, dianthus, aspidistra leaves and succulents. "We like the variety of all the centerpieces, but still had a cohesive look with the matching colors," Jackie says.
Jackie and Bryan stood in line with their wedding party, who dressed in light gray and purple attire that matched the day's palette. The groomsmen wore light gray shades designed by JoS. A. Bank, with navy blue ties and pocket squares that matched the short  bridesmaid dresses.
Jackie rocked a white dress with a beautiful mermaid-style silhouette that fit her classic look wonderfully. The gown had a strapless sweetheart neckline and a thin silver belt wrapped around the waistline, adding a touch of elegance to the outfit.
The cocktail hour took place inside the atrium, naturally light from the surrounding large windows. A collection of bamboo trees separated the cocktail hour space from the reception area.
At the reception, round dining tables covered in a variety of linens brought color to the atrium space. A gray napkin was draped over the top of the plate at each setting, where guests sat in farmhouse chairs.
Instead of having a traditional book, Jackie and Bryan had guests sign a wooden board that depicted the state of Ohio in the middle. A small red heart showed in the corner of the Ohio design, representing their love for the state that brought them together.
The four-tier cake was displayed on a silver stand, covered in buttercream frosting and decorated with fresh flowers to match the reception's arrangements. The sweet dessert had textured designs on alternating layers, created by Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes.
As Jackie danced with Bryan during their first dance, her sheer sleeves glistened from the embellishments accenting the shoulders. The gems added a nice sparkle to her already dazzling look.