An Elegant, Glamorous Wedding at the Cincinnati Art Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio

Inside the Great Hall of the Cincinnati Art Museum, this elegant ballroom wedding came to life through glamorous decor and a palette of blush, black, white and gold accents. Ashley James-Stokes (30 and a category manager) and Denzel Mann (30 and a pharmacist) fell in love with the indoor museum space, where they set up gold chiavari chairs that faced the grand staircase where they got married. Ashley's bridesmaids sparkled and shined with their floor-length pink Badgley Mischka dresses embellished in sequins, and the groomsmen kept it classy with their black Calvin Klein tuxedos and bow ties to match. The hall flipped for the reception, where guests found their names written in gold on floral escort cards. While friends and family members took their seats at blush-covered dining tables set with gold dinnerware, Ashley and Denzel sat in the chairs labeled with "Mr. & Mrs." gold signs on the back. Roselle Photography captured their cake on camera, and it almost looked like part the museum—a three-tier white cake that embodied the black, pink and white palette through different patterns on each layer. Our favorite detail? The pears painted gold with names of guests written on artificial leaves, letting friends and family know of where to sit while embodying gliz and glam. See more of the dazzling details that had us all hooked, below.