A Little Theatre Wedding in Kansas City, Missouri

Tessa and Zach chose a neutral color palette that included shades of gold and green. We wanted our wedding to display a classical elegance, while crea

Tessa and Zach chose a neutral color palette that included shades of gold and green. We wanted our wedding to display a classical elegance, while creating a comfortable environment for our guests, says Tessa.

The bride's ivory, fit-and-flare Casablanca gown had a ruched bodice, sweetheart neckline and beaded bow applique at the hip. Choosing my wedding gown was more difficult than I imagined, but was an experience my mom and I will forever cherish, says Tessa.
Tessa carried a lush, green and white bouquet filled with roses, ranunculuses, stock, hypericum berries and hydrangeas.
Tall cylinder vases were topped with round bouquets of white and light green hydrangeas.
The couple paused for a quiet moment on the balcony and looked out over their friends and family enjoying the festivities below.
The four-tier, ivory wedding cake was decorated with hand-piped beading and gold lace at the base of each tier.
From the moment they first visited The Little Theatre, the couple was in awe of the elegant, unique and intimate setting. I immediately fell in love with the room, says Tessa. It was absolutely stunning!
The wedding party attire was formal and elegant, with the groomsmen in contemporary black tuxedos and the bridesmaids in floor-length taupe gowns.
Small centerpieces filled with white roses, hydrangeas, ranunculuses and stock topped some of the guest tables at the reception.
Tessa loved the natural beauty of the church, so she chose to keep the decor to a minimum save for two large floral arrangements that sat on either side of the altar.
The couple paused for a kiss on the trolley that transported the bridal party from the hotel to the church.