Last weekend was something special! Rohan and Leslie finally got married!
They originally had planned to have a May 30th wedding day at the Columbus Museum of Art, but had to quickly maneuver their plans when Covid surfaced. They weren’t sure when they would be able to be married. After pushing their date out a couple of months, there was still a bit of uncertainty. But everyone was so happy that things went as planned and we had a gorgeous day!
I love the art museum, and I think it’s such a special and unique place for couples to have their wedding. There are so many beautiful collections of pieces along with gorgeous architecture and details throughout the whole venue. They recently added an entire new wing which has a modern style, and a banquet area. You really can’t go wrong with this venue!
Even though the ceremony was small, Leslie and Rohan looked amazing with their boho style! Just check out that incredible beaded gown! And the light blue sport jacket Rohan wore was a nice breath of fresh air from the black and navy that you’ll see all over Pinterest.
The whole day was the perfect balance of laid-back and traditional. While they had a traditional ceremony, Rohan and Leslie walked down the aisle together after sharing a first look together. After family photos, we explored the museum together and then went downtown for a few skyline shots. Instead of a traditional reception dinner at Le Veque, the newlyweds opted to share a large spread of pizzas from their favorite local restaurant with their family.
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