An Old Hollywood classic theater same-sex wedding

Updated Oct 12 2015

Becca Dilley Photography sent us this gorgeous wedding in Madison, Wisconsin, and we were super stoked about the awesome style and INSANELY COOL cake: a huge pedestal with flames and mini-cakes hanging down!

The couple, Cailin and Joanne, also rocked an Old Hollywood vibe with a retro theater venue, the Orpheum Theater. It's a perfect fit with our era-inspired theme week too!

Love this capitol backdrop.

The Orpheum began as the Music Hall in 1852 and served as the original home of the New England Conservatory.

An epic theater vantage point.

The top was actually lighted from within!

A friend of the couple, Leigh Henderson, made the cake.

To check out the rest of the photos from this old Hollywood-inspired wedding, head over to Becca Dilley's blog post.

  1. Wow wow wowee! What a beautiful wedding! Love the shots your photographer took–and that cake! Congrats you two! 🙂

  2. Wow, this one is made entirely of awesome! Beautiful venue, beautiful brides, just all kinds of gorgeous….

  3. I didn't understand the sense of scale on that cake until they were cutting it! O_o

    What a gorgeous place and a beautiful couple.

  4. Yay, the Orpheum! I love that space. This wedding looks spectacular there — great design sense, especially the dinner in the orchestra pit. Dang. Style love.

  5. LOVE the cake and venue! I have a thing for theatres I think. The photography is amazing as well!

    Congrats! 🙂

  6. WOW!!! What spectacular photos. The brides are gorgeous and the bridal party looks like it's made up of fun, friendly people.

  7. O…m…g. I think this is one of the most amazing weddings I've ever seen. That cake?! That venue!? Those brides?! GORGEOUS. I also think the shot of the bridal party walking away from the Capitol building is a really gripping, inspired shot. Amazing all around!

  8. Oooh, never thought of dining in the main theater! We're also planning to have our wedding in a theater, but I figured we'd just put the tables in the lobby or another room. I actually love the tables there! gorgeous!

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