A Real Life "Night at the Museum" Wedding!
A unique wedding set at the The Fernbank Museum featuring dinosaur details as a nod to the venue.
Matthew and Dawn weren't about to have your run-of-the-mill wedding day. Not a chance. Instead, they chose The Fernbank Museum (the location of their first date!) and totally embraced the unique venue - dinosaurs and all. Thanks to Kelli Lynn Photography for the images that speak for themselves!
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From Kelli Lynn Photography... This wedding was so unique! The bride & groom own their own photography business, so they had a certain vision in mind for their wedding, and their vision came to life perfectly! The Fernbank Museum is where Matthew & Dawn had their first date, and they wanted to come back to where it all started for their wedding. The museum itself is amazing, with a huge dinosaur sculpture located in the Atrium of the museum. They decided to add to the natural essence of the museum and incorporate dinosaurs into their wedding theme! Not only that, Dawn herself made several of the geometric shapes that were used for centerpieces and for the ceremony decorations herself! One of the highlight features of the wedding decor was the amazing cake that looks like there was geode rock in the cake!

I absolutely LOVE this couple! As photographers themselves, I knew their wedding would be amazing. Not only that, they were the best bride and groom to work with and were a dream to photograph! This wedding definitely promotes taking your wedding vision and running with it. Do not be afraid to step out of the box for your wedding and use decorations and colors that stand out and represent who you are!
Additional Vendor Credits
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Event Coordination
Mabry Events
Floral Design
Flowerbuds Florals
Wedding Dress
David's Bridal
Stephanie Norton
Bold American Events
Hair + Makeup
Brushworx Hair & Makeup
SiFi Entertainment, Simon Rimmer
Groom's Attire
Men's Wearhouse
Venue, Venue Coordinator
Fernbank Natural History Museum
Good Karma Photobooth
Invite Suite
Peach and Oak
Film Processing
PhotoVision Prints