A beautiful two piece gown, the perfect accessories, touches of lavender, and a gorgeous handmade Chuppah were just a few of the memorable details of Miriam and Ryan's fall wedding, but it was the palpable love you could feel from everyone who shared in their day that truly made this event special.
The couple's big day took place at the perfect location for the two, the Knoxville Museum of Art. This venue boasts two gorgeous courtyards and a modern, sleek style ideal for such an affair. The two were wed outside under a beautifully crafted Chuppah, a canopy characteristic of Jewish wedding ceremonies. The ceremony incorporated various poems read by friends and family, and a friend was granted the honor of marrying the two, which made these nuptials even more meaningful; the two shared personalized vows before celebrating their matrimony by breaking the glass and sharing a kiss as guests shouted, "Mazel Tov."
We are so thrilled to share Miriam and Ryan's wedding with you today, and we wish them nothing but happiness as they begin their journey as husband and wife.
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Venue- Knoxville Museum of Art | Dress and Bridesmaids' Dresses- BHLDN | Suits- The Black Tux | Catering- Calhoun's Flowers- Jennifer Roden | Chuppah- Gerry Moll | Officiant- Elizabeth Phillips | Chairs- All Occasions Party Rentals | Film Lab- The Find Lab