A Wes Anderson-Inspired Wedding at Malmö Art Museum in Malmö, Sweden

The wedding of Louise Falk (31 and a psychologist) and Oscar Falk (30 and a psychologist) was like a movie. Specifically, it was like a whimsical movie by their favorite director, Wes Anderson. Everything from the venue to the wedding favors was planned with Wes Anderson in mind. Louise and Oscar decided to get married at Malmö Art Museum, a museum located in a historic castle in a moated area of Malmö, Sweden. "It seemed appropriate to get married at a museum since our wedding theme was inspired by Wes Anderson's films," Louise says, because in one of the director's most famous movies, The Royal Tenenbaums, two characters camp out in a museum. Instead of the usual flower arrangements, Louise and Oscar decorated their themed reception tables with silver candelabras and centerpieces based on different Wes Anderson movies. The Royal Tenenbaum table featured a miniature of the house that the Tenenbaums live in. Small tents and a banner reading "Camp Ivanhoe" decorated the Moonrise Kingdom table. And of course, The Grand Budapest Hotel table showcased the movie's iconic pink hotel itself. Other Wes Anderson-inspired details included the Moonrise Kingdom "Let's Go On an Adventure" programs, the "Mendl's Patisserie" wedding favors from The Grand Budapest Hotel and cupcakes decorated with fondant motifs from all of the different movies. Photographer Loke Roos was there to capture the all of the awesome whimsical details!