If you’re thinking of having a summer ceremony, having an Akron Art Museum wedding can solve a lot of logistical challenges; here, you’ll find everything you need all in one centrally located venue. Preparation areas for both you and your future spouse, outdoor as well as indoor locations for ceremony, family, and bridal party sessions; you won’t have to worry about the weather here (and by the way: the catering service is second to none!)
This blog post is part of a series I’m doing on out-of-the-box weddings. In this episode, you’ll see how this Akron beacon of culture can do much more than showcase fabulous works of art; it can actually be a really fun place to enjoy your wedding!
The building is an expansive glass and steel structure that features a three-story glass-enclosed lobby that lets in a ton of natural light (this means you can get the ambiance of the outdoors regardless of the weather). With a direct connection to the art galleries, your guests can enjoy a leisurely stroll amongst paintings and sculptures; a bonus that you won’t find at your standard wedding venue.
The video will feature the wedding of Nick and Jamael Scucs from start to finish. You’ll see how the cultural elements of the museum add fun and excitement to the ceremony and reception. You’ll also experience my fly-on-the-wall approach to photographing weddings; during the ceremony, I photographed from many different angles, all without the guests even noticing my presence! With multiple levels available to me, I was able to capture the vows, as well as the guests, from dramatic angles
Grab a latte and Peek into Jamael and Nick’s Akron Art Museum wedding in the video below!
Got questions? Feel free to reach out to me in the contact form below the video and I’ll be happy to answer them!