This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food
Photos by Leslie Swan Photography

Taylor and Jade chose the American Visionary Art Museum as their venue because it's a space they personally love, and they appreciate that it features outsider art. And of course, throughout the celebration, guests could wander the museum and look at the art. Bonus for art lovers! To up the craftiness game, Jade sewed her entire wedding outfit! Their decor was also heavily DIYed and included succulents and sprigs of Eucalyptus.

They opted to have a small, private wedding ceremony a few days before their bigger party with friends and family. That way their wedding celebration had a major focus on friends, family, and food. They skipped most of the traditional wedding events, but opted for toasts and a first dance where they invited everyone to join in. Both of them are vegetarians so their catering was a mix of Indian cuisine, a salad bar, and vegan comfort food.

For favors, they gave out prints of a film photograph Taylor had taken at one of their favorite spots. This wedding just screams sincerity and we can't get enough of it…

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art museum wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

This art wedding was a celebration of outsider art, craftiness, and veggie comfort food

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Photography: Leslie Swan PhotographyThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them • Venue: American Visionary Art Museum • DJ: Santana Entertainment • Pies: Dangerously Delicious Pies

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