A Grand Rapids Art Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Christine and Neil wanted an artsy, eclectic vibe for their wedding day, which was held at an art museum in Grand Rapids.

Christine and Neil wanted an artsy, eclectic vibe for their wedding day, which was held at an art museum in Grand Rapids.

Colorful mixes of berries and blooms, all in shades of orange, peach and white, were placed in milk glass vases on the reception tables.
Low Wildflower Centerpieces
The couple was married in a Christian-based ceremony inside a pocket park next to the museum.
Neil wore tiny succulents accented with brunia berries on the lapel of his suit.
Crisp white linens allowed the colorful centerpieces to take center stage at the reception.
A vintage card catalog held the escort cards, which sat on a bed of moss and were filed away in alphabetical order.
Christine was very particular about her bouquet; she wanted it to be artsy and nontraditional. Her eclectic mix of succulents, billy balls, garden roses and trick carnations was wrapped with wedgewood-colored ribbon.
The flower girl wore a simple white dress while the ring bearer wore a gray vest with matching pants and bow tie.
Christine's lace and chiffon strapless gown had a natural waistline that was accented with a simple sash.
The simple two-tier cake was iced in white buttercream and topped with fresh strawberries.