This Jewish interfaith wedding was no ordinary event! Bride Staci and groom Jason were literally the stars of their own show when the couple were married on stage at a sophisticated art deco theater in Maryville, Tennessee. The entire day was perfectly captured by JoPhoto.
Staci really personalized her wedding party – keeping the spring colors of red and purple consistent throughout the bridal party bouquets – but choosing a larger, tulip blend for her own. Opting for a bolder flower in the bride’s bouquet is a great way to maintain the theme but still highlight Staci as the day’s star!
Does this one-shouldered, lace-overlay gown with antique crystal belt look familiar?? You may have seen it on TLC’s Say Yes to The Dress last year. Staci purchased this elegant dress from Bridals by Lori in Atlanta, GA. Her matching bracelet tastefully brings the whole look together.
The crystal chandelier also sparkled above the couple beautifully throughout the ceremony. The dark backdrop and twinkle lights created an illusion of a starry midnight sky as Staci and Jason, who is Jewish, completed the traditional breaking of the glass, after which all the guests yelled, “Mazel Tov!”
Jason, the owner of a production company called Juicebeats Productions, performed a song he wrote for his bride as part of their first dance. It proved not only an amazing romantic gesture for Staci, but a charming personal touch for their guests to be a part of!
Once the ceremony was complete, the party moved onto the dance floor. No Jewish wedding is complete without the hora and of course, the indescribable entertainment of watching the happy couple and their families being wildly lifted in a chair!
Theme: Art Deco (View All Wedding & Party Themes)
Colors: Red, Purple, Bling
Floral Designer: Flower Shop
Dress Store: bridals by lori
Makeup Artist: Pretty N’ Pink, Ruffles & Rouge
Event Venue: Capitol Theatre
Editorial Partner: Two Bright Lights