A funky and colorful craft museum wedding

Funky, colorful, and personalized was the goal for this celebration of Mary and Carl. It was intended to be outdoors, but the backup rain plan had to be used! Good thing the indoor space was awesome.

Mauryn Kkira at Creative Wedding Solutions handled the design, decor, and custom centerpieces at this colorful and bookish wedding. It was held at the very awesome Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts, which gave them a really interesting backdrop. The photography was courtesy of Allan Sinclair and Belfield and Nack.

Button-bedazzled branches set the scene for the ceremony.

The colorful ceremony backdrop.

The aisle was lined with painted jars.

A home plate for the vows!

Mary wore this amazing orange gown from MoMo SoHo.

A Harry Potter ring book carved to the chapter 'The Unbreakable Vow.'

The packaging for these sweet little box favors was created by Mary's sister.

The groom's dad made this cake. For real!

The centerpieces were a collection of items that were inspired by Mary and Carl: books, bottles from their home bar, and their love for travel.

Ending the night with this Hora was the way to go. This looked like a truly excellent party for these two and their loved ones. Check out the rest of the story over at Maura Kkira's blog.

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  1. I'm totally stealing the harry potter carving to unbreakable vow thing!! How is it I never thought of that, OMG!

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  2. Beautiful and so colourful! Congratulations.

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  3. OMG I love the HP book carving. I will think very hard on this for my upcoming. Thanks

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  4. Mary and Carl are two of the nicest, most genuine people you will ever have the pleasure of knowing.

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